Pick the apples. Wash the apples. Chop the apples into a mash. Crush that apple mash to pump out the juice in a press. Boil the apple juice. Jar the apple cider. Drink the apple cider. There’s nothing like making it yourself. Or watching people make it in the video below and then buying apple cider at the store.
Here's a bit of science that you can perform in your kitchen. You'll need some thawed strawberries, pineapple juice, and a bit of rum.
We were thrilled to see wine made for cats the other day — but this wasn't the first time someone has marketed beer, wine or sodas aimed at your pet. Check out our gallery of the tastiest and wildest beverages for dogs and cats!
A long-preserved historical artifact always carries an air of heady mystery with it. You're touching something that people touched hundreds of years ago. But when it's an alcoholic beverage, preserved for centuries, that head-spinning feeling has the potential to become real. Here are the oldest drinks still in…
The X-Men have shilled for an insurance company, and Green Lantern did a campaign for Subway. But the most hideous movie tie-in of the summer may well be Captain America's collaboration with Dunkin Donuts.
If you're in the New York area, come out to meet your fellow io9 readers (and editors) this Thursday, the 23rd, from 7-9 PM at The Magician bar.
If you're in the New York area, come out to meet your fellow io9 readers (and editors) this Thursday, the 23rd, from 7-9 PM at The Magician bar. Free drinks to first ten comers.
After a long week of conquering the stars — which may seem like decades to a stationary observer — you deserve a stiff drink. Luckily, science fiction has a huge selection of bizarre cocktails, from the Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster to the Flaming Rum Monkey. Sure, some of them may be poisonous to humans, but that's…