A river in Scotland is currently flowing with whiskey

Now this is the kind of stuff William Wallace gave up his spleen for: Thanks to a bottling plant's magnificent slip-up, Scotland's River Ayr is now flowing with 6600 liters of whiskey, and is presumably party city for a bunch of lucky fish.

Environmental groups weren't quite as happy about the booze stream -- they fined Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Limited £12000 (nearly $20000) for their accidental overspill into the roadway by the river. Those buzzkill groups are also probably filtering out Whiskey River (as it shall now be called) right this second, so now's about the time to stop what you're doing and get to Scotland.

Kristin Hunt is a food/drink staff writer for Thrillist. Some of her strongest friendships are built on cheeseburgers. Follow her at @kristin_hunt.