Dear Guinness Book Of World Records: Where’s The Alcohol Entries?

The Guinness Book of World Records was originally established to settle drunken arguments in the pubs of Britain and Ireland. This book was the answer to alcohol induced debates that were once only solved through good old fashioned brawls. That is, until 1991, when they banned all alcohol related entries due to fear of litigation. However, the 1979 edition did print these records, which are listed in the link below.

Continue reading about some Guiness Book of World Records releating to Alcohol.

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