February 12, 2008

We Don't Want to Live in a World Without Car Bombs

irishcarbomb.jpgWe don't even want to dignify this, but we felt we should cover it. And you realize, of course, we're talking about Irish Car Bombs, not those other ones.

At least, now we know to never, ever, ever go to Virginia again.

Yes, there is a place in the cocktailian United States where a bartender can spend a year in jail for serving some of the most common cocktails. A 75 year-old law in Virginia makes it illegal for an establishment to sell any mixed drinks in which beer or wine is combined with distilled spirits. That eliminates a lot of drinks...
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at February 12, 2008 9:26 PM
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