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It's an all-booze installment of Dribbleglass.com trivia. Drink up!

Fear of an empty glass is called cenosillicaphobia.

In Fairbanks, Alaska, it's illegal to feed a moose any alcoholic beverage.

In medieval England, beer was often served with breakfast.

In Germany there is a beer ice cream in Popsicle form. Its alcohol content is lower than that of traditional beer.

Prohibition lasted precisely 13 years, 10 months, 19 days, 17 hours, and 32.5 minutes.

The oldest known recipe in existence is a recipe for beer.

Tom Arnold, Sandra Bullock, Chevy Chase, Bill Cosby, Kris Kristofferson and Bruce Willis are all former bartenders.

The Puritans loaded more beer than water onto the Mayflower before they departed for the New World.

The Ancient Romans used to toast a woman's health by drinking a glass of wine for every letter of her name.

Moron is the name of a wine sold in Italy.

The lyrics for "Star Spangled Banner" were written by Francis Scott Key, but the tune was actually that of a popular drinking song called "Anacrean in Heaven." Anacrean was a Greek poet who was revered as a bard of wine, love, song and revelry. Key's ditty didn't become the official national anthem of the United States until 117 years after he wrote the words for it.

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The more educated people are, the more likely they are to drink alcohol.
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Benjamin Franklin compiled a list of more than 200 synonyms for "drunk," including "cherry-merry," "nimptopsical" and "soaked."

The collecting of beer mats (coasters) is called tegestology.

According to one report, 59 percent of all American males and 37 percent of American females are beer drinkers.

Connecticut and Rhode Island never ratified the 18th Amendment (instituting Prohibition).

Gambrinous is an obscure word meaning "being full of beer."

The more educated people are, the more likely they are to drink alcohol.

Franklin Pierce Adams, American journalist, poet and humorist, was the first to coin the phrase "wine, women, and song."

The largest bottle size of wine is called a Nebuchadnezzar. It holds about four gallons, or 20 regular bottles worth, of wine.

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