Daily News: Vintage Beer Can Collection Is Worth $1.6M, Milk Cocktail Makes Waves in Glasgow

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere:

– A bar in Glasgow is getting attention for serving only one drink, a gin-based cocktail where the main ingredient is milk.

– The popularity of craft beer may be higher than ever, but that demand is making it increasingly hard for smaller brewers to get their hands on cans for packaging.

– A restaurant in China is trying to make money off of the country’s terrible air quality by charging customers for clean air.

– One man who has been collecting vintage beer cans for the past 40 years has amassed a collection worth $1.6 million.

– Hundreds of Rudy Kurniawan’s counterfeit bottles of wine were destroyed at a Texas landfill, and there are pictures to prove it.

– Why hangovers feel a bit worse for those post-40: Shrinking organs.

– Finally, the latest in customers-suing-beer-companies-for alleged mislabeling: A New York man has sued Miller Brewing Co. because Foster’s is no longer brewed in Australia.

[Photo: Flickr/Paul Flannery]