The world of craft beer continues to find like-minded allies in comics, teaming with artists, publishers and conventions to brew collaborative beers.
While most people associate March 17 with leprechauns, beer, and all things Irish, in the tech policy world the date holds additional, geekier significance: It’s the anniversary of the 2010 National Broadband Plan, a Federal Commincations Commission–led initiative that promotes the goal of achieving universal, affordable Internet access by 2020. Show More Summary
John Kavanagh gave an exploratory talk in Dublin earlier this week on his journey to bringing his SBG Ireland proponents to the biggest MMA stages in the world, as part of Tiger Beer’s Uncage series. The Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt,...Show More Summary
Interesting, but not successful: In this case the "extra passenger" is—in the unlikely event you don't recognize him—a cardboard cutout of The Most Interesting Man in the World, the spokesman for Dos Equis Beer. The driver was busted...Show More Summary
The U.S. exported nearly $100 million worth last year. The rest of the world is extremely thirsty for American craft beer: U.S. craft beer exports shot up by 35 percent last year, reports Fortune. In all, $99.7 million in craft beerShow More Summary
Who goes to Germany to avoid beer? It?s the third biggest beer manufacturer in the world and entire cities here pride themselves on thousand-year-old brewing techniques. Plus, there?s almost always an ongoing beerfest waiting for you to sip a liter or two. Show More Summary
In Wash., a cardboard cutout of "The Most Interesting Man in the World" from the Dos Equis beer ads in HOV lane leads to ticket
You’re totally not drunk but you just turned your head, and the world around you definitely didn’t move at the same pace you did. The room is definitely moving slower than you. Or are you moving faster? Are you turning into The Flas...
Everything’s bigger in Texas, and their growing beer demand is king. I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with a Hill Country brewery that's making some of the best beers in the world. Their proposition: to make beer into coffee.
Craft beer production is up. And, according to Time, consumption is too. Whereas total U.S. beer sales, including unwavering brands like Budweiser and Miller, inched up by only 0.5% in 2014, the world of microbreweries soared upwards 18% by volume and 22% in dollars. Show More Summary
I only learned today that there is a whole series of YouTube videos on how to open a beer with a chainsaw. In watching this video, tears came to my eyes as I thought: “This is why America will remain the inspiration of the world.” I cannot imagine why everyone, in seeing a chainsaw, does […]
It probably tastes better than astronaut ice cream. Unless you've got an extra quarter-million dollars or so burning a hole in your pocket, drinking this new beer from Oregon's Ninkasi Brewing Company is probably the closest you'll ever get to going into space. Show More Summary
The national Republican Party has channeled a series of famous Dos Equis beer commercials to mock former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. On Friday, the Republican National Committee released a web video on that parodies the ongoing...Show More Summary
The post, Devils Backbone and Coronado Devils Tale, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Collaborations are nothing new in the craft beer world, but this is the first that I’ve come across involving the Commonwealth’s Devils Backbone. The duo has crafted two versions of this beer. Show More Summary
"Wooooah, that's good Squishee." Fans of "The Simpsons" who found themselves in Austin, Texas this week had more than just Lone Star beer to quench their thirst. The world's first mobile Kwik-E-Mart popped up at the annual South By Southwest...Show More Summary
Today we hear through the agency grapevine that a certain shop which recently opened an office in a certain major American city wants a piece of business from one of the world’s biggest beer distributors. We hear that executives at this...Show More Summary
Imagine a world without bees. There would be no blueberries, no cherries, no pumpkins - not even beer. Here’s the problem: Most farmers depend on a single type of bee to pollinate our food and now that bee, the honey bee, is in trouble. Did you know
Click on the map to see an enlarged original from Vinepair GULLIVER considers himself something of a connoisseur of beers from around the world. Actually, perhaps the better word is "acquaintance". Virtually the first thing I like to...Show More Summary
Sit back, crack open a nice cold one and soak in this intoxicating infographic. Using a variety of sources, wine blog Vinepair has put together a map of the world documenting each country’s most popular beer. In some instances thereShow More Summary
As the world celebrates Saint Patrick's Day, I wanted to tell the story about the greatest Irishmen I ever knew and the qualities that made him excellent. This holiday is not just about pub-crawls, shamrock shakes, green beer and wearing green. Show More Summary