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300,000 litres of beer stolen during Germany’s WC celebrations, no one noticed for four days [Video]

An excellent story has been told by animators TomoNews about a beer robbery during Germany’s World Cup celebrations. Using the distraction of their nation celebrating a World Cup win, a group of thieves pulled off a 300,000-litre beer heist near Krefeld, and no one noticed for four days German media reports. Sometime after 5pm last Thursday, the [...]

Neil Patrick Harris' Pitch for Heineken Is Dry — Very Dry

Heineken Light is a really great tasting brew, according to the 2013 World Beer Championships. But how would Neil Patrick Harris, its celebrity spokesman, know? He can’t even drink it. That’s the premise, anyway, of a new commercialShow More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Epicurean Adventures

Let your stomach be your guide this week, as we take you on a tour of some of the best food and spirits destinations around the world. You won't have to look beyond your own backyard for a taste of Deutschland's finest beer, thanks to...Show More Summary

Making the Case for New York Yankees to Be Sellers at Trade Deadline

Imagine an alternate world for the New York Yankees. It's the All-Star break in 2014, Derek Jeter's still retiring at season's end and domestic beer still costs $9 at the Stadium. But in this reality, they did not make the postseason...Show More Summary

Surviving on Tokyo's vending machines

There are more vending machines per capita in Japan than in any other country in the world. And as of 2013, there are over 5 million of them. Soft drinks might make up half of those, but you can also pick up beer, sake, dried octopus, toys, pet food,...

The World Loves Beer! – Cold Beer Prices By Location

Wherever we roam, whether it be on a roadtrip across the USA, backpacking through Europe, or sitting on a beach in the Caribbean, a cold beer at the end of the day is a must. Here's a look at the surprising price differences in beer around the world. Show More Summary

15 Best Beer Gardens in the U.S.

The most famous beer gardens in the world may be in Munich, home of Oktoberfest, but that doesn’t mean you need to head overseas to enjoy this al fresco drinking pastime. While some beer gardens in the U.S. have been around for overShow More Summary

Today in Bald Dude Powers... Man uses his bald head to pour a beer with no hands.

4 days agoOdd : Happy Place

Is it the shape of the skull? The consistency of the sweat? Or...WITCH!!! Never underestimate the power of the bald man. He is like ScarJo in Lucy. Just like most of us use only 10% of our brains, the haired of the world are only using a small percentage of their skull's natural talents for bar tricks. Show More Summary

Inside Dogfish Head Beer’s New “Dogfish Inn” in Delaware

You know, Dogfish Head as in Dogfish Head Beer. Interestingly enough, they venture into the world of hospitality. Nestled in between the beer maker’s brewpub and distillery, the Dogfish Inn overlooks the Lewes Harbor in Delaware. The rustic construction is… Inside Dogfish Head Beer’s New “Dogfish Inn” in Delaware is a post by Thomas Welch on Selectism.

300,000 of beer stolen in Germany during World Cup finals

6 days agoOdd : Death and Taxes

'Has anyone noticed a large amount of beer?' police asked in perhaps the most understated news release of the decade.

Different Drums and the Spirit of the Samba

6 days agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

During the World Cup I was watching one of the Brazil games. When they were still contenders, mind. And I was well content, for a potentially decent game and a cold beer are hard to beat. A bit like Teenage Kicks, as the Undertones might have put it.    Anyway, the Samba spirit was in more...

Beer Review: Magic Hat deVEILed

Magic Hat Brewing Company sent me the subject of my latest beer review: their deVEILed, what they describe as an “amber concoction” that “spans two tantalizing worlds”.  It’s an amber ale with a malt base but with a hop bite as well, and it’s exclusive to their Night of the Living Dead Variety Pak.  Let’s […]

Beer money: Synek banking on home brewers for funding

T he beer packaging industry hasn’t seen true innovation since the 1930s when canned beer hit the market, but a St. Louis entrepreneur plans to change that in the backyard of one of the world’s largest beer makers. Steve Young has built...Show More Summary

Dubstein helps bring beer and music together

I do wonder whether the celebrations in Germany has ceased, especially after the country picked up the World Cup slightly more than 24 hours ago. Surely the carnival-like feeling in Brazil is far from over, although tourists there over the summer must be making their way back to their respective countries already. Show More Summary

Three Cheers for Germany

In an East Village beer garden, cheers erupted as Germany won the World Cup.

Events: World Cup at Dog Haus Biergarten, Luckyrice festival, Sabor de las Americas

Dog Haus Biergarten in Pasadena will go full-Bavarian on Sunday at noon to watch Germany compete in the World Cup final. Any customers wearing traditional German lederhosen or dirndl gear get their first liter of beer for 7 cents. It will be happy hour all day, and the restaurant has seven...

Hanoi: Street Food Friday: Noodles, Cobra, and Dog in Hanoi

last weekLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

Vegetarian Pho When it comes to food and drink, Hanoi has it all going on. We already told you about how it boasts some of the world?s cheapest beer, and you?ll no doubt find it a good way to wash down all the excellent food found throughout the city. Show More Summary

A Brazilian Beer Billionaire Just Bought This $31 Million Apartment On Central Park West

The owner of the largest beer company in the world has bought a luxurious apartment in Central Park West, according to NY Daily News. Brazilian billionaire Marcel Telles, owner of Anheuser-Busch InBev, spent a whopping $31 million on his new condo. Show More Summary

Why are they calling Obama "The Bear"? "Isn't Russia associated with the Bear?"

Asks LuAnn Zieman, commenting on the post "Bears, beer and horse heads: What exactly is going on with the leader of the free world?," which identifies "Bear" as a nickname for Obama that his "top staffers" are pushing as he roams about the nation doing campaign-style photo ops. Show More Summary

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