When you're thirsty—or after you've gone for a run—you probably don't reach for a beer, and you certainly don't mix an Old Fashioned. Yet one domestic brewery hopes to alter that (if slightly) with a thirst-quenching beer that, admittedly, doesn't go so far as to claim to actually hydrate you, which would go against all experiential wisdom about alcohol.
But the idea of a quenching, or perhaps even hydrating potable got us wondering, what boozy drinks could we sip to stay hydrated—or, more realistically, help us not get too dehydrated?
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Turns out, some alcohols—and more accurately, how you drink them—can be less dehydrating that other booze-filled beverages. Here's the scoop from our experts.