There are few things in this world that say “middle aged Dad” than a beer gut and a fanny pack. Now, thanks to one clever inventor, you can have both even if you don’t have the…
Researchers from the Department of Food Science (FOOD) at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark are the first in the world to have analysed whole grains with long near-infrared wavelengths using a new type of light source, the supercontinuum laser. Show More Summary
(Faculty of Science - University of Copenhagen) Researchers from the Department of Food Science (FOOD) at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark are the first in the world to have analysed whole grains with long near-infrared wavelengths using a new type of light source, the supercontinuum laser. Show More Summary
The drinking has begun as wet weather and enhanced security did not dampen the spirits of beer enthusiasts at the 184th Oktoberfest which opened in Munich on Saturday. Six million people from all over the world are expected to visit the world's largest beer festival, which runs until October 3. Show More Summary
If there’s a “trash bird” in the world of craft beer, it’s unquestionably IPA. Like starlings and pigeons, these flamboyantly...
Oktoberfest officially begins Saturday in Munich when the mayor taps a ceremonial keg at noon. Over the next few weeks, bars and beer gardens around the world will be full of customers hoisting giant one-liter steins of German beer and bellowing their way through "Ein Prosit." At its best, maerzen...
The Pacific Northwest has the best wet hop beers in the world. But they won't last long. by Lester Black S teve Luke, the head brewer and founder of Cloudburst Brewing, was halfway through a day of brewing when he handed me a small glass of A$ap Hoppy, an IPA conditioned with wet, uncured Centennial hops. Show More Summary
The scale of the world's current micro plastics pollution problem can't be overstated. Plastics, and more importantly their nearly invisible half-broken-down remnants, are now everywhere. They're in the food you eat, the water you drink,...Show More Summary
ANOTHER ROUND, PLEASE: German tax inspector breaks world record for carrying beer. Oliver Strumpfel, a tax inspector, clinched the title at a festival in Bavaria on Sunday after carting dozens of the litre sized glasses which weighed almost 70 kg (154lbs) in total. The 45-year-old almost carried 31 glasses but unfortunately one glass dropped at […]
This is a video of 38-year old German tax inspector Oliver Strümpfel setting the new world record for most liter beer steins carried at once during the 2017 Oktoberfest celebration in Bavaria. You may recall Oliver's previous record of 27 steins set back in 2014. Show More Summary
While at 2017 Oktoberfest 2017in Bavaria, 38-year old tax inspector Oliver Strümpfel smashed his old Guinness World Record for the most beer steins carried a distance of 131 feet. In 2014, he was able to carry 24 steins. This year, Oliver managed to carry 31 beer-filled tankards stacked up in two tiers and then set...
Many Bavarians take their beer very seriously. So seriously in fact that you can win world records just by carrying it -- at least if you can carry 29 one-litre mugs of beer over a 40-metre distance and then set them down without spilling more than 10 percent of the contents. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
This is too tense. A German beer waiter has set a new record for the most amount of beer steins carried at once, and it’s something else. CAN YOU BEER-LIEVE IT? German man sets new world record we didn’t know existed, carrying 29 beer jugs for 40 metres. Show More Summary
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Having given up his dreams of a peaceful world filled with harmonious subway sounds and light beer, James Murphy reunited his beloved band LCD Soundsystem after ending the band in 2011 with a very grand, very public breakup (it was called "The Long Goodbye"). Show More Summary
A genuine love for beer seems to be the one thing that still connects us all worldwide, no matter where you go. Once you speak the language of beer, you speak a universal language to many. Well, best make sure you passport is up to date with any recent changes addressed. I say this because […]
Click here for reuse options! North America's biggest oil pipeline project has a frothy new resistance. The TransCanada pipeline (called Energy East) is intended to transport oil from the tar sands in Alberta to St. John in New Brunswick, a route of 6,400km across Canada. Show More Summary
Sunday, Aug. 27 Sunday Beer Brunch: Enjoy Belgian style ales from around the world paired with a three-course brunch at The Colony. The menu offers crepes, benedict sliders, and classic tiramisu. Drink options include Hitachino Nest Anbai Ale, La Fin du Monde, and Black Belgian Stout. Reservations required. $40. 1 p.m. 280 S. Lemon St., […]
Hotlanta Softball’s Atlanta Thunder beer busted its way through a fundraiser on Saturday, raising funds to support the team's trip to the Gay Softball World Series next month.
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