Brewed By: Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma
Owned By: Heineken International
Method: Bottle [12 FL OZ]
Quantity Consumed: 7
Comments: The thing about Sol is that you must stick a lime in the bottle in order to appreciate it. Once you have one Sol, you can have six more and still think you are still drinking your second one. Sol doesn’t do much damage to your motor abilities BUT don’t think that I’m saying you should just keep guzzling them down without restraint. No, no. Consume in moderation over a few hours. 7 is moderation when looking at the big picture. Also, I’m pretty sure you will enjoy the taste. It’s much better than any other beer that I’ve had. I’ll be ordering my next shipment soon.
Grade: A (Not perfect, but what beats it?)
Behold the world’s tax dollars at work. A Russian professor at the Saint Petersburg Technological University has developed a process that allows him to take almost any kind of alcohol, turn it into a powder, and then pack it into a pill for easy transport. Yeah, someone actually took the time and the research money to figure this out. Why bring a bottle of wine to your next dinner party when you can just drop a few tablets of whisky on the kitchen table and call it a night?
“We have developed a technology that allowed us to turn any liquid solution into powder,” the scientist was quoted as saying by a web portal.
The mastermind behind the technique is Evgeny Moskalev, who was first able to produce vodka into a “dry” form, supposedly to make it easier for consumer to calculate an exact dosage. After the transformation, the “dry” vodka (or whiskey, or beer) can fit easily into bag or even your pocket.
Screw underage drinking, it’s all about thizzin’.