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The World’s Craziest Drinks

Beverages. Refreshments. Libations. Regardless of what you call them, drinks are an essential part of human life and can vary greatly in terms of look, taste, and type. Here’s a look at some of the world’s craziest drinks, most expensive, and most unbelievable drinks:

Craziest Drinks: Oldest Drink

Coolest Drinks Beer

Source: Skirmish

Before bread, there was beer. The favored drink of millions was mentioned in the written history of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia and dates back to the 5th millennium BC. It is believed that beer was discovered by chance, when people stumbled across grain that had naturally fermented. What we know about the history of beer today is a combination of early records and careful speculation.

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Prohibition’s Happy Ending

End Of Prohibition

While the intentions of prohibition proponents were often based on innocuous Christian maxims, the national outcome was markedly less holy. During World War One, the Anti-Saloon League was successful in achieving a nationwide prohibition of the sale and production of alcohol..and ushering in a new wave of organized crime. Ultimately, prohibition came to a much-needed close with the passage of the Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution on December 5, 1933. With that said, getting sloshed in public was still considered a poor sign of public decorum.

The World’s Craziest Bars, Part 2

The second part of All That Is Interesting’s series on the world’s craziest bars:


Sugarloaf Kiosk, Brazil

Craziest Bars Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf Kiosk’s bar isn’t as crazy as the effort you have to make to get there. Located in Rio de Janeiro, the mountain-top bar is only accessible via two ways: a 75-passenger cable car ride or a steep 1, 296 foot climb to reach the summit.

Craziest Bars Sugarloaf 2


Floyd’s Pelican Bar, Jamaica

Craziest Bars Floyds

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The World’s Craziest Bars

The World’s Craziest Bars: Casa Pocho, Spain

The World's Craziest Bars Casa Pocho

Casa Pocho is a bar in Spain where being rude is not an option but rather a necessity. Co-owned by Bernard Mariusz and Michal Lotocki, the bar offers free beer and tapas to customers who insult its bartenders. Barring severe rude words, the customers are allowed to spew milder insults including jerk and idiot. The inspiration behind it? In the midst of a recession, people need to let off some steam.

The Clinic, Singapore

Clinic Bar Singapore

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