In Space, liquids don’t pour, they float, forming themselves into nearly spherical blobs.
Captain Haddock talking to his whiskey, Explorers on the Moon, p 5.
(Fiction. Destination Moon and Explorers on the Moon began to appear in Tintin magazine March 30, 1950) Astronaut Joseph Allen, PhD. chasing his orange juice. Scanned from How Things Work In Space, page 89. Allen flew two Space Shuttle missions in 1982 and 1984 Wikipedia.