Posts Tagged ‘4loko’

4Loko Might Be Dead, But There’s a Replacement: CREAM, the 30-Proof Alcohol-Infused Whipped Cream

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

OMG, it’s CREAM, the alcohol-infused whipped cream.

And it’s just the thing for you in this post-4Loko world.

“Get Creamed,” as they say:

“Get Whipped,” as they say:

But the Marin Institute does not approve:

“The ink is barely dry on the Food and Drug Administration’s letters to makers of alcoholic energy drinks and already there’s another kid-friendly alcohol product gaining attention and spurring buying frenzies across the country. Alcoholic whipped cream, anyone?

For a mere $13 a can, (with the cutesy name “Cream”) booze-enthusiasts can score their 30-proof party-starter in childlike flavors such as chocolate, cherry, orange, and raspberry. At about the equivalent alcohol content as Bailey’s Irish Cream or Bacardi Mojito, each shot packs a whallop. And how should one consume it? Let’s ask the company. The MySpace page of the product’s creators urges you to try adding it to Jello shots – a staple of college parties everywhere.  But remember: whip responsibly.”

Whip responsibly, indeed.

Yalie NIMBY Outed by Uptown Almanac after SFPD Shuts Down 4 Loko Party in Dolores Park

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Uptown Almanac‘s Kevin Montgomery is all steamed this AM about an Eli who had the popo shut down* our recent Four Loko party in Dolores Park.

Learn about Crackdown Deja Vu all over again at Dolores Park Works and consider attending the public meeting, if you’d care to.

Is this man Local McNimbydouche? Via KevMo:

Anyway, it seems that elements of SafeCleanGreen Mission Dolores might be at the meeting as well. Play nice. people:

Dolores Park Works is organizing a community meeting to discuss safety, law enforcement and 19th & Dolores has been set. The big day is September 1st, from 6:00-8:00, at Mission High School cafeteria, which is located across from the tennis courts in Dolores Park (entrance to cafeteria off of Dolores & 18th).

We will be covering:

  • 19th & Dolores pedestrian safety & proposed changes
  • Park patron safety and law enforcement

We will be hearing from:

  • Captain Corrales, from the Mission Street Police Station
  • Eric Anderson, RPD Neighborhood Service Area Manager (replacing Bob Palacio)
  • Manito Velasco, Engineer, SFMTA
  • Ilaria Salvadori, SF Planning Department (Streetscape project)
  • Adrian Field, RPD Park Section Supervisor for the Mission Complex
  • Marcus Santiago, RPD Park Ranger

This is your chance to hear how and why the signs were installed, how laws will be enforced, and plans for 19th & Dolores traffic calming. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. Please help us spread the word.”

*Wow. Circulation-cutting, tight-as-possible jeans are in again? Did not know that.