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Following the Ukrainian invasion, Russian bars and restaurants are expecting to face foreign liquor shortages.
“About the dangers of alcohol, volumes have been written on the benefits of more than one brochure! From lack of education, we walk for five days and crawl for two! And, on Saturday morning, Russia from space looks like.”
The minimum price of vodka, set by Russia's Ministry of Finance, has been raised. Barely.
A Krasnodar man, sentenced to serve time for theft, marked his release by doing what he does best.
A man disturbed the quiet slumber of the dead while looking for a place to catch himself forty winks.
One Russian city is taking moonshine off the streets by offering a trade: groceries in exchange for booze.
It seems that vampires aren't the only creatures who choose to sleep in coffins; drunk Russians do, too.
Trash-panda no more, this raccoon has developed a hankering for fine wine.
If you enjoy a hefty pour (or three!), you might think twice about what you consume to offset the effects of a night of drinking.
Russia's Ministry of Industry and Trade has thrown its support behind a measure for distance-selling alcohol.
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