In case you haven't noticed, economy domestic air travel has gone to the dogs. Between soul-destroying security lines, shrinking seat-sizes (as you grow ever-bigger), and ancillary costs for everything that used to be free, a flight anywhere in the US is now stressful enough to drive a man to drink. And pay for it. Thankfully, airlines still stock the mini-bar; we've examined their menus to come up with the top ten for boozing at altitude.
10) Hawaiian Airlines Unless you're Kevin Alexander and hitting Waikiki every month to celebrate your dating anniversary, you're probably not flying Hawaiian Airlines that often. When you do, though, you'll be rewarded with Hawaii's Primo Island Lager, as well as a gratis signature tropical cocktail featuring Koala Rum from Kaua'i.
9) American Airlines As all of the major carriers pretty much stock an almost identical 13ish-strong lineup of staple spirits that include Jack Daniels, Jim Beam Black, Bailey's Irish Cream, Courvoisier Cognac, and Bacaradi Rum, we'll blow through them based on who's mixing it up with something, anything different. In the case of American, it's the addition of SKYY Vodka and Beefeater Gin.