We all have ideas in our minds of what the Gold Rush years were like, and what blossomed from that. No doubt, our thoughts–and the actual history–involve a lot of alcohol. In fact, in 1852, San Francisco had 350 bar rooms, and in 1853, 537 places in the city were serving alcohol. Ever wondered what exactly San Franciscans were sipping on in the 1800s? If so, read on.
I was recently dragged to a ritzy bar by a couple of my friends. I obliged, but only because it was someone’s birthday, and you CAN’T say no on birthdays. Anyway, even with pre-partying, I ended up spending waaaay too much on liquor because apparently SOME bars don’t sell vodka
We here at BAS Headquarters are always thinking of new awesome things to bring to you, our dear (and depraved) readers. So with this in mind we’ve teamed up with the fine folks over at Drink Me Magazine to bring you a new drink recipe every Thursday. That way you can
I talk about Madrone a lot, but how could I not? Every night has it’s own unique draw, so you never know what the crowd’s gonna look like (although for me the main draw is usually a bar stool and cheap whiskey). Perhaps one of the more unlikely nights at