Daily News: Miller High Life Is Key to Longevity and How to Saber Champagne with an iPhone

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-osphere.

– A New Jersey woman who just turned 110 credits her longevity to drinking three Miller High Lifes and a shot of Scotch each day for the past 70 years.

– Bacardi may have some competition: Captain Morgan is releasing a white rum with a £1m campaign in Europe.

– 130,000 litres of “potentially toxic” fake vodka were seized from an illegal booze factory in the town of Windes in the UK.

– Tennessee police may have to destroy $35,000 worth of beer because a of a store that was caught selling without a permit. #smh

– Ten hectares of vineyards and around 25,000 bottles of wine were destroyed by wildfires on Croatia’s Dalmatian cost.

– An artist in Australia painted a portrait of surfing legend Wayne “Rabbit” Bartholomew—out of beer.

– At long last: Soylent 2.0 is here, in liquid form.

– Finally, now you, too, can saber a bottle of Champagne with an iPhone.

[Photo: Flickr/Jeff Kubina]