No longer content with merely being a mixer, Coca-Cola is moving into Japan’s highly competitive canned spirits market.
Not only were the drinks HP and MP created for those who enjoy gaming, but also as a way to help cut sugar consumption.
Yesterday Starbucks employees across the country were ravaged by stampeding hordes eager to get their mouths on the new Unicorn Frappuccino. Today the Starbucks Reddit is filled with their tales of courage and survival.
A new Ghostbusters movie is upon us, and Hi-C used that fact to do exactly what former drink box addicts hoped it would. The glowing green nectar has returned. All hail Ecto Cooler.
Starting next month, Asahi is rolling out "Freezing Cider." It will be sold at minus 5 degrees celsius (23 degrees fahrenheit). How cool is that?
The merchandising geniuses at Rovio are back again. This time around, instead of incredibly weird meats and Star Wars-themed video games, the fine folks that make Angry Birds have now released a series of Angry Birds Colas.
Aside from making us all hungry, commenter FortWaba shares with us the supplies he needs to make it through a video game all-nighter. What food and drink fuels your power-gaming sessions? Bring enough to share in today;s Speak Up on Kotaku.
We here at Kotaku do love blending booze and gaming and by we, I mean me.
As seen at the kick-off party at the DICE gaming convention at the Red Rock Casino just outside of Las Vegas. (Apologies for relying on my Blackberry to snap this photo.)
Sidling up to the bar at a trendy club and explaining how one makes "Boomer Bile" would identify you first as "disgusting" and then, after further explanation, "disgusting and a huge nerd."
When Electronic Arts takes over a bar, they don't just throw up a bunch of gaming kiosks and a couple of Communist slogan-themed logos, they also come up with their very own list of game-themed drinks.