BYU most sober school, 13 years in a row

In Provo, hops refer to how high you can jump on a basketball court and brewing is what you do with root-beer extract and dry ice. Ask for a cold one and you'll get you a Sprite, and if anything starts fermenting, it's either your roommate's mystery meat in the fridge or a chemistry experiment in the Clyde.

That's why it shouldn't come as a surprise that BYU has, for the 13th year in a row now, been dubbed the nation's most stone-cold sober school by the Princeton Review.

The LDS-owned school's Honor Code prohibits anything with more bite than a Barq's Root Beer and more foam than a mug of hot chocolate. (However, the cookies-and-cream chocolate milk and BYU brownies can quickly become addicting.)

"Every year we feel pretty comfortable going into the rankings," BYU spokesman Todd Hollingshead said. "We're pleased to see we've come out on top. We're looking forward to next year and staying at the top."

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