When I was in Barcelona a few years ago, four friends and I made the near-fatal mistake of ordering a 5L tower of sangria at a bar that I can only assume is famous for attempting to murder idiot American tourists.

That sangria was responsible for a full night of belligerence and a very aggressive hangover, and soon you can experience the joy that is alcohol sucked from a tower—Bierhaus NYC in Midtown is now offering 100 ounce Mimosa Towers during their "Adult Daycare Brunch," probably because you need to be piss drunk to tolerate Midtown and/or something called "Adult Daycare Brunch."

The towers start at $40 and can be paired with one of the German eatery's brunch entrées, like a Bavarian waffle, Alpine pancake or sausage sandwich.

If you'd prefer to stay away from a tower full of champagne and orange juice, there's a Make-Your-Own-Bloody-Mary bar, or you can opt for one brunch drink with your meal for a total of $17.

Participants in "Adult Daycare Brunch," which runs from noon until 3 p.m. on Saturdays and all day Sunday, can also request games like Connect 4 and Giant Jenga so you can hit people with giant Jenga bricks to test whether or not alcohol really does dull pain.

Alternatively, you can make your own mimosa tower out of, say, a vacuum cleaner tube, and spend your entire weekend throwing up on your floor.