Participants swallowed beer flowing down another student's penis and consumed their own vomit.
We all enjoy a nice beer right? Okay, well some of you probably don’t, but imagine you did. Even then would you want to drink beer and shower at the
Robot lizard or levitating beer cup?
This weekend, M.I.A. Beer Company pops up at City Works in Doral, Taste of Design returns to the Design District, the Pegasus World Cup takes over Gulfstream Park, and Canvas Miami hosts Southern Soul Sunday. M.I.A Beer Company Brews and Food at City Works. On Friday, City Works will tap...
Because beer pong promotes beer consumption and some people just want to be rewarded with a nice hot cup of coffee, this is a vertical video of some guy and girl at what appears to be one of the most boring holiday parties ever attempting to throw a K-Cup into a Keurig coffee maker. Show More Summary
Welcome to 2018! What’s that you say? Technology has advanced to the point that our beer cups levitate? What a time to be alive! Right now you can get yours for 27% off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.
By Hollie Breedlove, FIT4D CDE As a diabetes educator, I frequently get asked by patients, “Can I drink alcohol and, if so, how much?” A lot of people don’t know that alcohol can actually lower your blood glucose level. If you use insulin or certain diabetes medications you are at greater risk of having a […]
The 35th edition of the Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America® (CBC) will be held in Music City—Nashville, TN from... read post The post Nashville to Host 35th Annual Craft Brewers... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Junior's final race was celebrated with the sponsor of his first Cup Series race: Budweiser.
A Scottish soccer player was so pleased when he scored a goal that there was only one thing for it: dabbing with joy SEE ALSO: Footballer reacts perfectly after cup of beer is thrown at his teammate Peterhead F.C. player Rory McAllister scored against Raith Rovers in the Scottish Cup on Saturday. Show More Summary
The beer flowed in the aftermath of Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s final race as a NASCAR Cup Series driver. First there was a long embrace with team owner Rick Hendrick, followed by high fives and handshakes with his crew members. Then out came...Show More Summary
A lot of Aussies will be enjoying the Melbourne Cup in various ways today, whether it be through a sausage sandwich, onions fried on the BBQ, office-provided wine and beer, or what have you. I don't particularly care for the Melbourne cup, myself. But the day does provide a great opportunity to remember just how bonkers the genre of horse racing games is. More »
The Melbourne Cup has a reputation for causing normally sensible people to act a bit silly. And by silly we mean completely and utterly munted. The exciting vibe of the event combined with copious beer and champers invariably leads to...Show More Summary
A football fan got a little lairy on Sunday during a match between Toronto FC and Atlanta United FC. SEE ALSO: Transgender footballer could be the first to play in women's Australian rules league After Toronto player Jozy Altidore scored,...Show More Summary
Wearing a dark suit jacket and mismatched pants, holding a cigarette in one hand and a cup of beer in the other, lead barker and could-be middle-manager Joe Casey of Detroit band Protomartyr wasn’t about to let the Pacific breeze soften his message on the first day of the Music Tastes Good food...
Coffee is unique among artisanal beverages in that the brewer plays a significant role in its quality at the point of consumption. In contrast, drinkers buy draft beer and wine as finished products; their only consumer-controlled variable is the temperature at which you drink them.
A lot of people really like craft beer. But, how many people love it enough to do a crazy 40 Day/40 Pennsylvania Craft Brewery Tour? Most of us enjoy a morning cup of coffee, but how about at 4500 feet in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica, off the tourist path? Yes, that would be me.... The post Pitch Your Niche appeared first on Mediabistro.
Formerly known as Lolo Lids, Trinken makes cup lids that let you hide beer and other canned beverages inside standard disposable party cups. Now they also have a matching collapsible insulating cup so you can be sneaky at a moment’s notice.
Once a tornado of vulgar insults, flying beer cups and punches at Yankee Stadium, baseball’s version of “The Warriors” appears to have settled into something closer to a truce.