The Daily News Register

The Daily Register offers citations of recent publications and news
related to the history of alcohol and drugs.

 

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18 defining moments in craft beer

http://vinepair.com/articles/18-most-defining-moments-craft-beer/

As of Nov. 30, 2016, the USA had 5,005 breweries.

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Why is teatime in the afternoon?

http://time.com/4640082/teatime-history/

Discusses popularity of tea in England.  Contrasts afternoon tea (also called low tea, little tea, or handed tea) with working class high tea (also called great tea or meat tea).  Afternoon tea became an established ritual in the 1840s.

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In the Muslim world, Christians have a complicated relationship with alcohol

http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2017/april/they-will-know-we-are-christians-by-alcohol-muslim-world.html?utm_source=ctdirect-html&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_term=9467089&utm_content=502543043&utm_campaign=email

Citation courtesy of H. Paul Thompson

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Making sense of making meth (article)

Jason Pine investigates meth in rural and semi-rural northeastern Missouri.

http://www.academia.edu/22186685/Making_Sense_of_Making_Meth

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Beer books

Dave Hoops discusses his favorite beer books.

http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/features/taste/4238811-hoops-hops-beer-industrys-books-range-topics

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How Irish pubs shaped American communities

Guinness paid for this article.

http://paidpost.nytimes.com/guinness/friends-you-havent-met-yet.html?tbs_nyt=2017-mar-nytnative_hpmod&cpv_dsm_id=10191878&module=PaidPostDriver&region=PaidPostMOTH&pgType=Homepage&action=click

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