You can now buy beer shipped by a self-driving truck. Autonomous truck company Otto, which was founded by two former Google employees and has now joined with Uber, just made history with the "world's first shipment by a self-drivingShow More Summary
BROSURANCE BUMMER, MAN: Young People Pick Beer Over Obamacare, says Aetna CEO. I’m old enough to remember way back to this week in 2013, when the world was still young, and everything seemed possible — those halcyon hallucinogenic, fun-filled days of “Brosurance,” This was the unfortunate portmanteau created by a pair of the Obama administration’s […]
Don’t worry, a human driver accompanied the 45,000 cans of beer The world’s first delivery of commercial cargo by a self-driving vehicle occurred on October 20 and the big rig was full of Colorado beer. Other drivers on the robo-truck’s...Show More Summary
It was a beer run like no other: Anheuser-Busch says it has completed the world's first commercial shipment by self-driving truck, sending a beer-filled tractor-trailer on a journey of more than 120 miles through Colorado, the AP reports. The company says it teamed with self-driving truck maker Otto and the...
We had double orders of tacos and cheap beer at Hey Joe's and I wore a loaned pajama shirt with kittens on it and men's basketball shorts around town. That Guy resupplied for the last 470 miles of his hike, and I didn't....
Anheuser-Busch says it has completed the world's commercial shipment by an autonomous truck
It’s begun, everyone: the world’s first commercial shipment via driver-free truck has just been completed. The cargo? Well, a human staple, of course: beer. 51,744 cans of Budweiser, to be exact. Read more...
Uber-owned firm Otto completed the world’s first commercial shipment by a self-driving truck, and also marked the world’s largest self-driving beer run. The flagship pilot by Otto and brewing company Anheuser-Busch saw an autonomous truck haul a trailer loaded with 50,000 cans of Budweiser down a 100-mile stretch of Interstate 25 in Colorado. Show More Summary
The governors of Illinois and Ohio have bet each other cases of beer, pizza, and other ballpark favorites ahead of the World Series contest between the Cubs and the Indians. In a Monday tweet, Republican Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner wagered an extra-large Chicago-style deep-dish pizza and a case of microbrew...
The governors of Illinois and Ohio have bet each other cases of beer, pizza and other ballpark favorites ahead of the World Series contest between the Cubs and the Indians. … Click to Continue »
After 71 years, you’d be hard-pressed to find anybody not happy about the Chicago Cubs advancing to the World Series after defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers at Wrigley Field in Game 6 on Saturday. Fans went absolutely nuts after the game ending double-play, but according to injured Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson, some of them went […]
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AB InBev has turned to kitchen and closet brews, buying one of the largest suppliers for do-it-yourself beer-makers. ||| New York - For the world's biggest brewer, no beer is too small. As it fights defection from its blockbuster brands...Show More Summary
They cost $11 a piece and come in boxes of 5: In an attempt to create a special snack to go with their high quality beer, Sweetish brewery St. Erik’s has created the world’s most expensive potato chips. Apparently, St. Erik’s didn’tShow More Summary
In the wise words of our favourite beer enthusiast Homer Simpson: “I’m gonna drink lots of beer and stay out all night.” But in true nomad style, all around the world. Ladies and gents (who says beer is solely a man’s drink?), l... via JustLuxe.com
A few election cycles ago, many in our country decided that one of their main criteria for electing their president, leader of the free world and someone with their nuclear codes at their fingertips, was whether or not they would want to sit and have a beer with that person. Show More Summary
What goes best with swanky beer? Swanky potato chips, apparently. For a measly $11.20 per chip, snackers can enjoy what Sweden's St. Eriks Brewery describes as "the world's most exclusive potato chips." Brewmasters were apparently unhappy with ordinary snacks alongside St. Eriks India Pale Ale and decided to enlist...
Todd Haug, head brewer at Surly has announced he’s leaving. If you felt that seismic shift ripple through the beer world this afternoon, it was the legion of Surly fans reacting in unison to the announcement that Todd Haug has resigned...Show More Summary
Founders kick off crowdfunding campaign for one of world's largest scholarly centers devoted to beer and society
You sit down to enjoy a lovely, high-quality craft beer. And then you ruin the gourmet experience by shoving a bunch of Pringles into your gob. One brewer in Sweden is rectifying this not-really-a-problem problem with a goofy but fun stunt: To go along with the supposed epicurean majesty of its beverage, St. Show More Summary