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America Too Fancy For Budweiser All of a Sudden

America, "The World's Fanciest Nation," loves beer, it's true. But now it seems that you all want "good" beer. What ever happened to good old-fashioned bad American beer? Read more...

Mark Ruffalo and Stephen Merchant play boozy musical chairs

Jimmy Fallon just made musical chairs infinitely more entertaining — and alcohol-filled On Thursday's Tonight Show, Fallon introduced the game Musical Beers to the world. Think red solo cups filled with beer in the place of chairs Mark...Show More Summary

Beer Mile World Championships on Dec 3rd - Are You Ready?!?

The first annual Flotrack Beer Mile World Championships will happen in Austin, TX, on December 3rd this year. My big question is...who is going to represent the ultrarunners?!? I mean, honestly, who could be better at doing four laps...Show More Summary

The 25 Best Bars In The World

Some bars sling well drinks and draft beers for the masses. Others elevate cocktail-making to a fine art. We've now put together the ultimate list of top spots around the world. Drinks International recently released its annual list of the World's 50 Best Bars, which are voted on by a multinational academy of 334 bar buffs. Show More Summary

Newark Airport's New United Terminal Looks Like A Foodie Theme Park

David Rockwell Group's design includes a beer garden, clam shacks, and more. Will this be the most extravagant airport terminal in America? David Rockwell, the world famous architect who has designed everything from restaurants to Broadway...Show More Summary

Open Up To Our Beer, EU To Tell Japan In Trade Talks

By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Japan needs to open up its beer market to European exports if Tokyo and Brussels are to agree one of the world's biggest free trade deals next year, according to an EU document prepared for the next round of talks in December. Show More Summary

SABMiller has fight to justify heady share price

The beer is getting weaker at the world’s No. 2 brewer. Volumes fell 1 pct in the first half. Australia, where SAB did its last big deal, is proving especially tricky. It is faring better in soft drinks. But the stock’s high rating has scant support without M&A upside.

Wednesday Odds and Ends

-Wil Wheaton gets his beer geek on in online ad for Newcastle Scotch Ale (video above). -Some top social media PSAs from around the world. -New York-based production company BaseCamp Entertainment announced the addition of multidisciplinary...Show More Summary

Eating tacos and drinking beer raised nearly $30,000 for abortion funds

The Taco or Beer Challenge is officially over, but it helped boost reproductive healthcare access around the world

The 10 Largest Beer Brewing Companies in the World

Wondering which are the largest beer brewing companies in the world? This industry has only continued to grow since the very first companies started brewing beer on a large scale. Indeed, there is no doubt that most everyone loves to have a cold glass of beer every once in a while. Moreover, over the past […]

Mother of Six Shatters 'Beer Mile' Record

It’s not too shabby running a 6:28.6 mile for most 44-year-olds. Chris Kimbrough, the mother of six children, did it while drinking four beers in the process, toppling the women's "beer mile" world by 13 seconds. Yahoo Sports reported...Show More Summary

Guinness Blonde American Lager Is Pandering To You, Badly

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

Guinness occupies its own weird niche in the beer world. It's owned by a gigantic international corporation (London-based Diageo) and is contract brewed in dozens of factories around the world, making it only nominally Irish, and not at all crafty or artisanal. Show More Summary

Mother of 6 Sets Beer Mile World Record

Runner's World: On Sunday afternoon, Chris Kimbrough, a 44-year-old mother of six, shattered the women's beer mile world record by 13 seconds, running 6:28.6 in her first attempt at the event. The previous record was held by Seanna Robinson, who ran 6:42.0 in 1997. Show More Summary

A Matter of 'National Security' (and Beer)

Congress approved the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act in response to world financial calamity. Though delayed and diluted, the reform legislation has led to substantial improvements in consumer protections such as new requirements for regulation of swaps contracts. Show More Summary

A Matter of "National Security" (and Beer)

Congress approved the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act in response to world financial calamity. Though delayed and diluted, the reform legislation has led to substantial improvements in consumer protections such as new requirements for regulation of swaps contracts. Show More Summary

The 10 Most Expensive Beers in the World

Did you ever wonder which are the most expensive beers in the world? If you are an avid beer drinker, then you will definitely love this countdown. Whether you choose to drink it cold or warm, beer is a soothing beverage that suits almost every occasion. But the beers in our list are destined for […]

These Delicious Kia Concepts Serve You Ice Cream And Beer

2 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Kia is now the best car company in the world. Why do I say this? Because their concept cars from the SEMA show are equipped to feed you the two most important food groups, beer and ice cream. Hooray for both of those things! Read more...

Trying to Deal With the World's Most Annoying Individual

I often wonder what it would be like to meet that guy from the beer commercials, dubbed the "World's Most Interesting Man." Would we discuss politics? Cooking? Opera? Definitely not opera because that's a subject I know nothing about...Show More Summary

AB InBev Earnings Review: Lower U.S. Volumes Continue To Drag Down Net Volume Growth

Although the brewer increased sales and marketing expenses this year by 11%, including large investments relating to the FIFA World Cup held in June-July, beer volumes haven’t risen as expected. Organic beer volumes fell 2.6% in the quarter, and are up by only 0.8% so far this year, marred by low beer volume sales in the developed world. Show More Summary

Certain Georgian Drinking Habits In Pre-Reform Upper Canada

As a careful reader of this blog may have picked up, I have a certain preference for the pre-lager pre-Victorian world of British Empire beer - if only because it's so widely ignored. As beer writers and nano brewers are now painfully aware, too many claims against too little content makes for thin rewards. Show More Summary

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