Alcohol is very Fashionable, I think, all the different things that come into Fashion, like Rye Whiskey and Mezcal, and Cocktails and Cider on tap (yuck), but it's fun to find novel ways to get loaded, you know? I support the current Fashion of drinking Local Beer in as many forms as I can find it. Meanwhile, I am also going through a personal recurring Fashion of swizzling down "Cold Duck," which I learned on the Wikipedia was originally made with the dregs of wine casks mixed with champagne: "The wine was invented by Harold Borgman, the owner of Pontchartrain Wine Cellars in Detroit, in 1937. The recipe was based on a German legend involving Prince Clemens Wenceslaus of Saxony ordering the mixing of all the dregs of unfinished wine bottles with Champagne. The wine produced was given the name 'Kaltes Ende' ('cold end' in German), until it was altered to the similar sounding term 'Kalte Ente' meaning 'cold duck.'" I think the last bottle of Cold Duck I drank was made outta some Grape Kool-Aid with an Alka-Seltzer dropped in, urp! Anyway, I enjoy it, and it's way better than Four Loko, which was very Fashionable for a few seconds, Ironically, I think, like Smirnoff Ice, which I also do not recommend, no offense. Man, I wish there was a place that made Local Cold Duck, that would be great, blurp!