In the United States, the night before Thanksgiving is one of the biggest drinking and party nights of the year. If you plan on (safely) partaking, celebrate with fair trade adult beverages!
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Wacky Wednesday. Drinksgiving. Thanksgiving Eve. Blackout Wednesday. The night before Thanksgiving in the U.S. has many names. No matter what you call it, in some parts of the U.S. it is one of the biggest nights for drinking and partying. Quite likely this is because college and university students are home for the holiday and like to meet up with their friends from high school the night before. Or because any holiday emphasizing ongoing interaction with loved ones is likely to be stressful!
If you partake in alcoholic beverages, consider going with a fair trade option like Fair. Their products are made with ethically sourced ingredients and manufactured by distillers who are treated fairly. You can also get inspired to make your own alcohol by our Pinterest page of fair trade booze by clicking the button above!
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