India consumes half the world's whiskey, but the French drink the most per person at 2.15 litres per person annually.
Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty beer glass.
An attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the world's most expensive cocktail was thwarted when a customer dropped and broke a bottle of Cognac that was worth $77,000.
In the 1800s, on average, Americans drank 90 bottles of whiskey per year - about 1.7 bottles per week. This was because at the time, whiskey was sold at 25c per gallon, making it cheaper than wine, beer, tea, coffee and even milk!
In Finland, the word 'kalsarikannit' means to get drunk alone at home, in your underpants.
The inventors of Mountain Dew originally made it to be mixed with whiskey.
In Australia when it gets very hot, the nectar in some flowers ferments and turns into alcohol. Bees that get drunk from the nectar are not allowed back into the hive - guard bees keep them out to prevent them from making alcoholic honey. Spoilsports!
Also, this fermented flower nectar in Oz routinely gets the rainbow lorikeet drunk. When intoxicated, these birds make loud drunken noises which many people find bothersome.
Mixing alcohol with your favourite diet mixer gets you 18% more drunk than mixing with its full fat cousin. It also gets you drunk quicker as your body doesn't recognise aspartame as food and the alcohol gets absorbed more quickly.
The most expensive beer in the US is Samuel Adams' Utopia. In 2019, just 77 wooden casks were brewed and each bottle cost $210.00. At 28% ABV, it is banned in 15 States.
Vodka can be used as a hair conditioner, to treat jellyfish stings and also makes an effective bug repellent. Resourceful!