NYC soda ban struck down: Hooray for big drinks
Now that a State Supreme Court justice has struck down New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces, here's a look at some of our favorite supersized beverages.
Champagne: For sports celebrations on and off the field, there is no other substitute.
The Growler: Fill this container straight from the tap from your favorite brewery (like Captain Lawrence) and enjoy in the comfort of your own home. Liquid gold, anyone?
A gallon of milk: Don't take it for granted -- the urban legend still holds that no one can finish a gallon in one sitting without losing it.
CamelBak: Generally filled with water, the CamelBak container can hold up to 100 ounces of pure hydration.
Nalgene: These reusable water bottles are found everywhere, from packed SoulCycle studios to the field during an ultimate Frisbee game.
Energy drinks: Kickstart, a fruit-flavored Mountain Dew drink, is the newest energy drink from PepsiCo, but we're certain it won't be the last caffeine-filled concoction to be released this year.
Slurpee: Who doesn't love the 7-Eleven drink that keeps on giving ... you a brain freeze?
Steins of beer: Prost! Clink your glass with a friend and toast with this Bavarian brew, served in a 33.8-ounce container.
Super Big Gulp: Whether you fill it with Coke, Mountain Dew or lemonade, you can keep on drinking this supersized beverage when you're feeling superthirsty.
Gatorade: A tip for every winning coach -- keep a dry pair of pants in the car for after the game.
Snapple iced tea: They say it's the best stuff on Earth ...