Defeat Your Hangover With George Strait’s Fool-Proof Hangover Cure

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I think it’s safe to say that the legendary George Strait has had a hangover or two in his day.

Currently, he is the part owner of an amazing tequila brand called Código Tequila, and although he doesn’t party like he used to, he doesn’t mind having a stiff drink every now and then.

So what’s his go-to hangover cure…


No, not the music of Menudo, the Puerto Rican boy band from the ’80s, but rather the popular Mexican tripe soup. In case you didn’t know, tripe is actually stomach.

According to an interview with the DailyBeast, George let everybody in on his go-to hangover cure saying:

“Yeah. There is one and it’s called menudo. It’s tripe soup. It’s very, very tasty.

When I happen to have the occasional hangover, which I try not to, if I can get some menudo that’s what I get.”

Looks pretty damn good, eh?

A kitchen with a sink and a toaster oven

So there ya have it…

The next time you’re over-tired, under-hydrated, your liver is working overtime, and you need something to snap you out of it? Down a bowl of Mexican cow stomach soup.

Maybe a hair of the dog shot of tequila, and that’ll set you “Strait.”

A black coffee maker on a counter

Cue up the Código.

George Strait Says He’s Working On A New Album


George Strait sat down with Cowboys & Indians magazine, and he revealed a glorious little secret… he has a new album in the works.

He says he’s already working on narrowing down the tracklist, so it sounds like it could be coming sooner rather than later:

“I like making records and plan on doing another one soon. I’m narrowing down my song choices now. I’ve always said I’m a melody guy. A great melody can sell a song the best.

A great lyric with a lousy melody maybe not so much, but a great lyric along with a great melody is obviously what you’re looking to create.”

He also added he’s kept a great relationship with his longtime writer Dean Dillon, who has helped pen many of his biggest hits, like “Unwound,” “The Chair,” “Nobody in His Right Mind Would Have Left Her” and “Ocean Front Property,” just to name a few.

So it sounds like more of that is in our near future too (thank God):

“That’s why I’ve had such a great relationship with Dean Dillon. I think he’s the best melody guy in the business.

His lyrics are great as well, so there you go. There is no specific message or mood that I’ll be shooting for. I just want to put together a bunch of good songs that stand out individually.”

He also told the magazine that his son, Bubba Strait, even has a few co-writes on this forthcoming record. Bubba has written with his dad many times before, so I absolutely cannot wait to hear what they’ve come up with this time:

“It’s been great to see Bubba get into songwriting, guitar, and performing. I love writing with him and we’ll have some new things for the next record.”

Say LESS, George. I don’t know if his plan is to release it in 2024, but if he does, go ahead and clear a spot at the top country albums list.

The King is coming for everybody and it will surely be a helluva project with Dean and Bubba pitching in, too. He didn’t provide much further detail, but that was enough to get me jazzed on this Friday morning.

Over the last five-plus years, he’s only put out greatest hits compilations, live albums, and a couple Christmas albums, so it would be incredible to get a new, true, real deal studio record from him.

And when pressed on how he’s been able to sustain the longevity of his career, and how he’s remained just as popular as ever at a young 70 years old, he offered this advice…

“Staying focused and believing that what you’re doing is good is important; you have to believe in yourself. I always felt like I knew what worked for me and what didn’t.

That might not be the key to longevity – but who can honestly even say what might be? I just always knew that I wanted a career like Merle Haggard or George Jones.

I wanted to still be relevant when I got older. Those guys are still relevant and always will be in my book.”

Amen to that, King.


A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock