Submitted by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.og, “Don’t Make Any Sudden Moves” is the advice offered to the new president by Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations, which has not traditionally been known as a beer hall of populist...Show More Summary
As the world’s largest beer company, Anheuser-Busch InBev is a victim of their own success. For many a craft drinker, a brewery bu… The post A Glimpse at Elysian Two Years Beyond the ABI Buyout appeared first on thefullpint.com.
The tagline promises this book will tell us “All that’s left to know about the world’s most celebrated adult beverage.” Based on the number of beer books I’ve read over the years, there can’t be much. But somehow writer Jeff… Continue reading ?
Actor Matt Damon traveled to the snowy mountains of Davos, Switzerland to participate in the annual World Economic Forum. He used the event as a platform to tout the efforts of water.org, a charity he co-founded whose mission is to provide millions of people around the world with safe water and sanitation. Show More Summary
It’s bottoms up in every sense as yoga is being mixed with beer at a growing number of events around the world. It’s called “beer yoga,” and it’s just what it sounds like: A cross between the body-bending stretches of yoga and the palate-pleasing...Show More Summary
As this handy infographic demonstrates, £100 in London will buy you 38 cups of coffee, but head to Havana and you'll get 93 cups. In Mexico, £100 will stretch to 102 pints of beer - in New York only 18.
The island of Koh Tao is a destination for beachgoers, but it's also the unlikely home of The Beer Masons, a bar that features brews not often found in Southeast Asia, including Denmark’s Mikkeller and To Øl.
The truest love in the world. Ah, a man and his beer. Much like a man and his dog, it’s an unbreakable connection. This fan found out as much when her boyfriend turned to his alcoholic beverage for some love on a Kiss Cam at the World...Show More Summary
Everything from extreme street design to a shape-changing car, from a blind man "driving" to a truck hauling beer all by itself. The post Our 11 Favorite Video Stories From the World of Transportation in 2016 appeared first on WIRED...
The following article is from the new book Uncle John’s Uncanny Bathroom Reader. Alcohol works the same way in every country (it gets you drunk), but it’s sold a different way in almost every place on earth.SWEDEN. Beer is availableShow More Summary
From laser tag and beer chugging to slicing up Hordies, World of Warcraft's got you covered.
From the fall of 1972 to December 1980, the Austin Ballet Theatre appeared monthly at the now-legendary Armadillo World Headquarters. The cover charge ran from $1 to $3; beer was ¢35.
Elvira Montes has been the oldest finisher of the Beer Mile World Championships three years running.
Overwhelmed by the complex world of wines, beers, and spirits? You’re not alone. Today let’s look at one of the most common questions that we receive day in and day out: What the heck is the difference between all these… Continue reading ?
Berlin (AFP) – Bayern Munich defender Mats Hummels dyed his hair blond for Wednesday’s 3-0 top-of-the-table win over RB Leipzig after losing a bet at the Oktoberfest beer festival, he revealed. The 28-year-old World Cup winner, who normally...Show More Summary
YES, BUT… Any Food Can Be Turned Into Beer. The beauty of the craft beer world is the unbridled enthusiasm to brew something that’s never been tasted before. However, creating a beer with a familiar taste can be an almost greater challenge. Take Shmaltz Brewing’s new Pastrami Pilsner. Created in partnership with Barcade, an East […]
The company owes more than $116,000 in unpaid rent Some have wondered aloud how a big company like World of Beer would do in a small town that likes independent businesses like Boulder. The skeptics that questioned the venture that barely got its start this fall at the foot of the Flatirons were onto something. Show More Summary
(US cover)(UK cover) There's nothing like a good beer book to gift for those beer friends, and even yourself, at this holiday time of year. I'm sure you expect me to promote mine and I will later...
By Robert Niles: Drinkers will be able to find more options for alcoholic beverages in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, starting next week. Disney will begin serving beer and wine at four more table service restaurants in the resort's...Show More Summary