Can we all just agree how awesome booze at Taco Bell would be? Taco Bell applied for a liquor license in Madison and was denied, so the company is suing the city for discrimination. Other cantina-style locations have been serving beer and wine and this location simply wanted to do the same. They claim that their request was denied on unreasonable grounds.
In Indonesia, people have been purchasing bootleg alcohol due to the limitations on alcohol sold in the nation. Unfortunately, many batches have been toxic, resulting in the death of over 100 people in the past month alone.
Do you ever order your drink without the ice, hoping you'll get a bit more liquor in the process? People do it with all kinds of things; I know people who order lettuce-less tacos in hopes of getting more cheese! Will a bartender actually give you more liquor to make a stronger drink if you go ice free?