100 Years of Modern Drunkard Magazine
Ah, what a drunken century it's been, and thankfully the Modern Drunkard has been there to guide us through. From its humble beginnings in Boston, the Modern Drunkard has survived Prohibition, multiple world wars and the wine cooler-addled '80s with wit and style.
Our favorite headlines from the past:
"Should the Drinking Age be Raised to 13? No!" The Genteel Drunkard Sep. 1909
"Top 10 Speakeasy Passwords." Modern Drunkard Jan. 1922
"I Invested Millions in Scotch - One Bottle at a Time!" Filthy Rich Drunkard Aug. 1928
"Are Light Beers Light Enough?" Moderate Drinker Mar. 1985
Learn the full history of this plastered periodical with the comprehensive and humorous retrospective, 100 years of Modern Drunkard Magazine. And while you might have trouble finding back issues that extend all the way to the turn of the century, make sure to subscribe now so you don't miss out on any more fun in the future.
And while you're at it, don't forget to pick up your copy of the Modern Drunkard book.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 24, 2005 7:58 AM