Want a to-go cup for that beer you bought at Harry Caray's Tavern on the lakefront so you can walk around Navy Pier? Mayor Emanuel on Wednesday introduced an ordinance to the City Council that would allow Navy Pier restaurant and tavern...Show More Summary
From Pictionary to charades, even Beer Pong and something called Flip Cup Jimmy loves bringing celebrities on his show to play with him.Click To Continue Reading
During the Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fest Dr. Pearse Lyons presented the Alltech Commonwealth Cup 2015 to Dayton Beer Company. Receiving the award in the picture with Dr. Lyons is John Wiley. The winning beer is a Belgium style golden strong ale. I asked John if Dayton Beer Company is The Ohio Craft Brewery. He says that they say,... Read More
Ah yes, remember those late spring fraternity/sorority mixers on the Quad- lots of Greek letters mingling with their red Solo Cups full of- well, it was SUPPOSED to be an alcohol-free party. They’d never let you drink beer ON campus…right? Wally remembers those good times. Now, he’s just stuck with watermelon juice. Filed under: Uncategorized […]
The challenge of the cup holders at Nationals Park has always been that they’re angled in such a way that you have to sip the top inch off your beer before you insert your cup, lest the precious fluid spill out.Read full article >>
Dudes. Dudes! Dudes: You know when you see a beer in a frosty glass, all foamy and that weird yellow-brown color, looking like a sweaty cup of dirty boiling honey, and you're like, “I can’t wait to get you home, pour a few glasses of beer — just kidding, you're... More »
Think it's impressive to catch a foul ball in your beer cup and then chug the rest of the beer in that cup? Okay, as proven in this awesome video, it is. But so is this: At the Philadelphia Phillies versus New York Mets game yesterday,...Show More Summary
The Unofficial Quidditch Pong Set combines the popular game of beer pong with the sport of quidditch from the Harry Potter series. The set includes three rings to be placed between the cups, two beaters, and a golden snitch ball. The site for the set includes a set of official rules for the hybrid game as […]
The Stanley Cup playoffs returned to Winnipeg for the first time in 19 years. And as you can imagine, fans are incredibly excited. In fact, one supporter couldn't help himself during a live pregame broadcast before Game 3 versus the Anaheim Ducks on Monday, drenching himself in beer. Show More Summary
A woman at a Chicago Cubs game caught a foul ball -- with her beer -- and then chugged it down without removing the souvenir. The epic catch occurred at Saturday's game between the Cubs and San Diego Padres and was caught by the telecast. As the announcers saw her down the beer, one said "Her beverage just got a little foamier."
A Giants fan found that he got a special prize with his beer as a mishandled foul ball tossed into the crowd ended up falling right into his cup. It was mildly entertaining. However, because baseball games are long and often devoid of action, the announcers made a meal out of this moment and acted […]
On Saturday, a Cubs fan caught a foul ball in her beer and chugged it. On Sunday, another Cubs fan, another foul ball, and another beer. So when the above Cardinals fan snagged a ball in his beer cup—at Busch Stadium, of all places—we just assumed he’d follow in the course of his NL Central brothers and sisters. Read more...
Note to unnamed Cubs fan featured in the following video: We don't know you. We've obviously never met you. But we have just one simple, somewhat personal question for you: Will you marry us? Cubs Fan Catch Foul Ball in Beer, CHUGS The...Show More Summary
Cubs fans are masters when it comes to catching foul balls with their beer cups. Jays fans? Not so much. Check it out—from Saturday’s game between the Jays and Braves at the Rogers Centre: Your browser does not support iframes. Note to self: When it comes to catching baseballs, beer cups work much better than beer […]
Catching a foul ball with a beer cup at a baseball game is a pretty rare feat, but it happened twice over the weekend at Wrigley Field during the Chicago Cubs’ three-game series against the San Diego Padres. First, during the ninth inning of Saturday afternoon’s contest, a female Cubs fan made a catch with her […]
Cubs fans are already famous for one great baseball tradition — throwing opposing teams’ home run balls back onto the field — and now it appears that they’ve started another. In the ninth inning of Saturday’s 7-6, 11-inning win over the Padres, a woman named Krista Dotzenrod caught a foul ball. However, she didn’t catch it with her […]
That’s one way to celebrate.
This Chicago Cubs fan knows that when a baseball lands in your cup, you have to chug your drink. With her Cubbies up 6-2 in the top of the ninth against the San Diego Padres on Saturday, this fan likely figured she'd be consuming an early victory beer. Show More Summary
Catching a baseball with your can of beer is a very bad idea. Catching it with your cup and then pounding your beer, however, is a great idea! Read more...