Surprise! More People Google “Hangover Cure” On New Year’s Day Than Any Other

Google Search Hangover Cure

Image Source: The Washington Post

Google knows all.

Last year, The Washington Post had the great idea to chart the amount of Google searches for the phrase “hangover cure” for each day of the year. And, sure enough, it turns out that the phrase peaks–by an incredible margin–on January 1st. The article elaborates, “interest in ‘hangover cure’ is nearly 10 times higher than average on New Year’s Day.”

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A Brief History Of Booze

If humanity has gotten anything right, it’s alcohol. From barley beer in 8,500 BC to craft brews made, bottled and served right next door, The Atlantic takes you on a quick tour of humankind’s relationship with alcohol. My, is it tasty.

Beer-Powered Cars And The Future Of Energy

Beer-Powered Cars Tanker

Brewtroleum now fuels beer-powered cars across New Zealand. Source: 3News

Climate change and the global energy crisis have escalated to the point where if we want to reverse or limit their impacts, something drastic must be done-and fast. The potentially dire circumstances are enough to drive anyone to the bottle, and for a few people, it already has—albeit for honorable reasons.

While other breweries are busy perfecting gimmicky seasonal brews to satisfy the barflies and frat boys, the minds behind DB Export have been hard at work developing their very own recipe for an alternative fuel—and it comes from an unconventional source.

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These Oktoberfest Pictures Will Make You Thirsty

It’s that time of year again. Along with changing leaves and the clean scent of new school notebooks, late September also welcomes the return of Oktoberfest, a 16-day festival that’s held each year in Munich, Bavaria i Germany. More than six million people trek to the city for Oktoberfest, celebrating Bavarian culture with tasty sausages and soft pretzels and a healthy dose of good German beer.

Along with traditional Bavarian food and drink, the city also celebrates by hosting a number of parades and performances. Check out this gallery featuring the many facets of the Oktoberfest celebration. Hint: you might want to keep a beer stein handy—these pictures are guaranteed to make you thirsty.
 

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Waitress Carries Beer Steins

Source: Hotel Nights

Toast at Oktoberfest

Source: Mashable

Rifleman's Parade 2014

Young men participate in the Rifleman's Parade at Oktoberfest. Source: Lollitop

Rifleman's Parade

Source: Flickr

Munich Parade

Source: Boston

Crowds Gather in Munich

Source: Boston

Gingerbread Hearts Munich

Gingerbread hearts are sold during Oktoberfest. Source: NBC

Parade of Costumes Germany

Source: News Cafe

Oktoberfest Parades

Source: RT

Oktoberfest Carnival at Night

Source: Wikipedia

Excited Festival Attendees in Germany

Source: Daily Mail

Hangover Hill Munich

Festival attendees sleep on the aptly named Hangover Hill. Source: The Global Experience Blog

Ceremonial Bavarian Costume

Woman dressed in a traditional ceremonial Bavarian costume. Source: The Atlantic

Olympia Looping

Olympia Looping, the well-known carnival ride, makes an appearance at Oktoberfest. Source: Wikipedia

Beer Stein Waitress

Source: WSJ

Crowds in Munich for Oktoberfest

Source: The Atlantic

Oktoberfest Carnival at Night

Source: The Atlantic

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