March 2011 2
Are you looking for a new way to cure that hangover from last night? We think we found it. The budweiser Chelada works wonders for curing hangovers the day after. The beer/tomato mixture seems to work magic together. Hell, we even like them when we’re not hungover. We think they taste great, we seem to like the bud light better than the budweiser.
These Budweiser chelads seem to be much more convienent than having to make a bloody mary, yet they deliver the same hangover curing effect.
Anheuser busch is offering Budweiser Chelada all over the country in mass distribution. You can find these chelads in pretty much any gas station or local store.
These Cheladas comes in a Bud light version and a Budweiser version. It’s all taste preference on which one tastes best, we’ve heard different opinions on them.
Budweiser also made a Chelada fact sheet:
Clear Liquor & Dark Liquor Facts and Myths
MYTH: Clear Liquor is Cheap liquor
Truth: This can ring true sometimes since clear liquor is alcohol in it’s normal state upon distillation and hasn’t been aged, etc. Just because a liquor is clear though doesn’t mean it’s cheap. You must learn to choose your liquors wisely.
MYTH: Switching between the two liquors (clear & dark) will make you more intoxicated faster.
Truth: Alcohol is alcohol regardless of color unless the percentage of alcohol in the liquor is different. If the percentage is the same then both liquors will cause intoxication at the same rate. This rate is called absorbtion and is dictated by various factors.
MYTH: Clear Liquor will get you drunk faster than Dark Liquor
Truth: Alcohol is simply alcohol. What dictates the level of intoxication from alcohol in a person is the absorbtion rate of that person. Absorbtion factors include body weight, amount of alcohol, metabolism, gender, etc.