2013-2014 was a big year for Coronado Brewing — a GABF medal, a couple awards from the World Beer Cup and their 18th anniversary. So what better way to celebrate those achievements than by unleashing a big IPA? Using a potent combination...Show More Summary
Vessyl wants to help you avoid drinking your calories. Whenever you pour something into this smart cup, a display gives a readout on the contents—such as coffee or beer— then a calorie count for that item, measured by sensors in the cup. The companion app gives more detail, such as protein and sugar totals. READ MORE »
Tim Howard was one of the United States' heroes at this summer's World Cup, and after his performance against Belgium in the round of 16, no one should ever expect him to buy a beer on American soil again. However, the beloved goalkeeper needs a break and will be taking a year off from international play, according to U.S. Show More Summary
If you wanted a bit more Monster Hunter memorabilia in your house, this is your chance to import some beer steins. The Japanese Capcom store has opened up a new listing for some very nice cups, which range from 5,184 to 8,424 yen. After you finish your drink you'll be staring straight at a "Quest Clear" emblem, which is a nice touch. Show More Summary
Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to play a round of giant beer pong with host Jimmy Fallon. The "ping pong balls" are actually volleyballs, and the cups are about as big...
QuickSilver, Alan Beers’s 1957 Chevrolet pickup, takes the top prize in Reno. Photos courtesy Barrett-Jackson. In addition to bragging rights in the world of street rodding, the Ultimate Best in Show award at Reno’s Hot August nights brings with it the Barrett-Jackson Cup and a cash payout of $30,000, the richest in the hobby. Factor […]
Lady with a drinking problem. Traditionally, when you're getting soaked in beer at a baseball park, it usually means you've won something, like a pennant or the World Series. In this case, the only thing the woman wearing the #42 jersey...Show More Summary
At least three people tried to catch this home run—although "tried" might be a stretch for the guy in orange—and it eluded all of them. With all the hands in front of her face, this poor woman made no attempt whatsoever to catch the ball, and probably assumed at least one of the dudes around her was going to snag it. And yet, boom! Read more...
Canadian actor Seth Rogen has apparently always wanted to drink out of the Stanley Cup, and his dream finally came true Saturday. While in Montreal for a "Just for Laughs" gala, Rogen wanted to drink beer out of the Stanley Cup in attendance. Show More Summary
4.8 / 5 Stars | 5 Reviews by Chef John "All you need for a flavorful barbeque sauce for inexpensive, tasty beef flank steak is a cup of beer and some pantry items like ketchup, molasses, and spices." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
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When you're playing beer pong, and don't pretend you haven't, dirty ping pong balls are often a problem. Sure there's the wash cup (a cup of water you rinse the balls in before playing each turn), but what good does that do if they're all going into the same wash cup, especially after your ball...
It has been well-documented how disgusting beer pong balls can get. But now, there is a new solution. In one of the most college-friendly Kickstarters to date, Tyler Dobush has invented the "Clean Cup," the world's first portable and automatic beer pong ball washer. Dobush's clever invention is also timely. Show More Summary
Trying to catch some post-World Cup soccer buzz through MLS.
An excellent story has been told by animators TomoNews about a beer robbery during Germany’s World Cup celebrations. Using the distraction of their nation celebrating a World Cup win, a group of thieves pulled off a 300,000-litre beer heist near Krefeld, and no one noticed for four days German media reports. Sometime after 5pm last Thursday, the [...]
'Has anyone noticed a large amount of beer?' police asked in perhaps the most understated news release of the decade.
During the World Cup I was watching one of the Brazil games. When they were still contenders, mind. And I was well content, for a potentially decent game and a cold beer are hard to beat. A bit like Teenage Kicks, as the Undertones might have put it. Anyway, the Samba spirit was in more...
I do wonder whether the celebrations in Germany has ceased, especially after the country picked up the World Cup slightly more than 24 hours ago. Surely the carnival-like feeling in Brazil is far from over, although tourists there over the summer must be making their way back to their respective countries already. Show More Summary
In an East Village beer garden, cheers erupted as Germany won the World Cup.