Your Carbon Pollution Infused Beer Is Killing Off Bloody Mary’s Which Help With Your Beer Hangovers

This is simply horrible. Horrible. What are we going to do?

Bloody Marys Kill Hangovers, but Climate Change May Kill the Bloody Mary

Grub Street went deep on the impact of climate change on the surprisingly large number of ingredients that go into a Bloody Mary on Wednesday. It’s an great piece but the news isn’t good for enthusiasts of the drunk’s favorite soup.

The experts Grub Street spoke to agreed that the ingredients that make up Bloody Marys may be threatened by our changing climate, as tomatoes, vodka, Worcestershire sauce, and more could be impacted by climate change, which would in turn impact a bartender’s ability to make a half-decent Bloody Mary if your goddamn hangover won’t subside and can someone tell me why the sun is so fucking bright?

Perhaps the news will be enough to get out the brunch crowd vote — one bar manager that Inverse spoke with says Bloody Marys and other drinks with produce could increase in price by about 15 percent in her location due to a rise in produce and vodka costs for the establishment.

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Clearly, if we want to continue enjoying Bloody Marys, the beloved boozy brunch beverage, we’ve got to get serious about climate change before it’s too late to save the booze.

These people. Sheesh.

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3 Responses to “Your Carbon Pollution Infused Beer Is Killing Off Bloody Mary’s Which Help With Your Beer Hangovers”

  1. Wait a minute. Don’t tomatoes and do better in a hot, sunny garden? And if there’s a vodka shortage, tequila is a fine susbstitute (more hot and sunny). Besides, old dinosaurs like me LIKE hot weather.

  2. JiminAlaska says:

    I brew my own beer and haven’t had a real hangover in 20 years, so I don’t have a problem with the increased cost of a bloody Mary.

    However I’m looking forward to a 432 foot sea rise caused by global warming so I can enjoy my beer sitting on my newly ocean fronting beach here in North Pole, Alaska.

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