Scratch that. We may drink frequently, excessively, expensively..but we don't necessarily drink well. And there is a difference. It takes a certain talent to settle on the right cocktail for the activity at hand, from stellar first dates to awkward reunions with old friends. In How to Booze, Marshall Altier and Jordan Kaye say "A good drink, when it's put together right and is suited to the occasion, transforms you into a better version of yourself." To this end, the book pairs cocktail recipes--both classics and modern inventions--with nearly every conceivable social situation. For instance, in the section entitled "Back in the saddle after seven long months," Altier and Kaye advise the drinking of a gin rickey, and compare the end of a sexual dry spell to the tearing-down of the Berlin Wall. The advice is hilarious, the writing is clever, and the drink recipes are fantastic (recently I made a whiskey sour from How to Booze and was not even remotely disappointed). To give you an idea of how awesome the book is, I'm randomly giving away 5 copies. Write your perfect cocktail pairing--the drink to the situation--and I'll send you a book. Happy drinking reading!