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Craft herbaceous homemade drinks with simple syrup infusions
Elevate your tea and tipple game with some flowers and leafy greens.
How To Use Science To Get Better Bar Service
A study on how body language affects who bartenders serve will help teach a robotic barkeep to recognize new customers.
When Do We Break Up Someone Else’s Drunken Fight?
A new study examines when people decide not to mind their own business.
A Restaurant With Adjustable Acoustics
Fun fact: When the music in a bar gets 22 percent louder, patrons drink 26 percent faster. But if the … Continued
Social Sensors Built Into E-Cigarettes Let Smokers Find Each Other In Public
Thanks to smoking bans in most states, cigarette smokers are relegated to taking their habits outside, where they can easily … Continued
The Bar Is Open: A Slot Machine That Pays In Drinks
Gambling just to win silver coins can get boring. Instead, play for a perfectly crafted cocktail. The BarBot was built … Continued
Harold McGee, Food Science Guru, Turns His Attention to Serious Drinking
At a cocktail convention, McGee and other experts unleash a cutting-edge arsenal of handy science
Driving Intellects and Quenching Thirst
PopSci heads to Nerd Nite to pump its brain full of knowledge and its belly full of beer