Drinking

“Road Beers” Could Make Their Return To Montana
“Road Beers” Could Make Their Return To Montana
  You heard me right. If House Bill 206 passes, the "road beer" could make its return. Currently, drivers and passengers are not allowed to drink alcohol while driving. Because of obvious freaking reasons. However, a few lawmakers, including the bills sponsor, House Representative Daniel Zolnikov (R-Billings) thinks that "road beers" should be allowed for passengers. ... Read M
Power of Parents Program Helps Parents Talk to Kids About Underage Drinking, How to Start Conversations
Power of Parents Program Helps Parents Talk to Kids About Underage Drinking, How to Start Conversations
Three out of every four kids say their parents are the leading influence on their decisions about drinking and that’s why the Department of Revenue’s Liquor Control Division and the Interagency Coordinating Council on State Prevention Programs have partnered with Mothers Against Drunk Driving to provide the Power of Parents program in Montana.
A National Disgrace In Ireland
A National Disgrace In Ireland
The Irish have a hard earned reputation for enjoying a pint or two of bitters. They'll use pretty much any excuse to drink (sounds like Montana). It's Tuesday... "time for a pint!" You get the idea. Their history is long and colorful. The first written record of Irish whiskey dates back to the early 1400's and the first known Irish Pub opened in 1198...