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The Cheapest Cities Worldwide To Drink A Beer [Infographic]

Where in the world will you get the best bang for your buck when it comes to a bottle of beer? GoEuro put together an interesting ranking of the cheapest and most expensive locations across the globe to drink a beer. First place is shared between the majestic city of [...]

The 28 most expensive cities to eat in around the world

Prices vary around the world for basic items such as a cup of coffee, a beer, or a club sandwich, but the cost of those items can reveal a great deal about how expensive it is to live and travel in those destinations. Hotels.com putShow More Summary

Where In The World Can You Find The Cheapest Beer?

If you’re the kind of person who needs to know everything about a city before you visit, your list of requirements might include pinning down where you can get a cheap beer. So before you hit the road or book that flight, you might want to check out a recent list of which cities around the globe have the priciest … [More]

Beck's beer drinkers awarded settlement in lawsuit

The world's largest brewer Anheuser Busch InBev has reached a preliminary settlement with a group of beer drinkers. Their class-action lawsuit accuses the company of deceiving customers who bought Beck's. The problem: the beer they thought was imported from Germany was actually made in Missouri. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

These 4 companies produce almost half of the world's beer... and make 74% of the profits (BUD, SAB)

If you're grabbing a beer after work today, chances are it's made by one of four companies. According to a report on Tuesday from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Anheuser-Busch InBev, SABMiller, Heineken, and Carlsberg together produce...Show More Summary

A Healthy Way To Build A Hangover

last weekSports : Deadspin

We here at Drunkspin freely concede that beer is the very best goddamn thing in the world, better than gin, softball, and naps combined. Yet for as much as we love beer, we sometimes fail to lead the cheers loudly enough to satisfy the...Show More Summary

Atomkeller Museum in Haigerloch, Germany

In the late days of World War II, German nuclear research was moved to the beer cellar of a castle in the small south German town of Haigerloch. Today, the space holds the Atomkeller Museum, an exhibition of atomic history complete with...Show More Summary

Cheers to These Weird New Ways People Are Boozing Around the World

last weekLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

The popularity of craft beers continues to rise. Powdered alcohol is now ? a thing. The simple pleasure of sitting on a barstool, sipping a basic G&T, and nonchalantly nodding to the patron next to you seems to have gone out of style. Show More Summary

Quaff & Ale with Troy Burtch of Great Lakes Brewery

Welcome to a new feature on The Bar Towel called Quaff & Ale, or Q&A for short. In a Quaff & Ale we interview personalities in the beer world to get their take on this delicious and booming industry.  Our first Quaff & Ale is with Troy Burtch of the Great Lakes Brewery in Toronto. Show More Summary

Carrot Beer Debuts In Australia. Yes, Carrot Beer.

Even in the wildly innovative world of craft beer today, it's still possible to invent something new. Case in point: The new Wabbit Season beer from 4Hearts Brewing Company in Ipswich, Australia. It's made from a wort that was 16 percent...Show More Summary

Rockstars of the Day: Crowd-Surfing Punk Singer Catches a Beer, Dave Grohl Breaks a Leg and 5 Seconds of Summer Catches Fire

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : The Daily What

In case you missed it, a lot of crazy stuff happened this weekend at concerts around the world. At the Pinkpop Festival 2015 in Holland on Saturday, David Achter de Molen, the lead singer of the punk band John Coffey, grabbed a cup filled...Show More Summary

How to Hunt for "Dusties," the Cheap Unicorns of the Beer World

How to score amazing deals on forgotten beer. Hunting for "dusties"—the name used to describe old and forgotten bottles of booze that languish unopened in backwater liquor stores—marries the thrill of discovery and the smug satisfaction of scoring a good deal. Show More Summary

Follow FIFA Women’s World Cup Action at Der Biergarten and STATS through July 5

Follow FIFA Women’s World Cup action like the Germans do -- congregating around outdoor screens in plazas or beer gardens. Der Biergarten, a block off Centennial Park in Atlanta’s Luckie Marietta District, broadcasts FIFA action through July 5 on multiple flat screens strategically placed throughout its indoor/outdoor beer garden. Show More Summary

Climate Change, Terrorism, and Russia Top G7 Summit Agenda

3 weeks agoNews : Vice News

The G7 summit's final day is underway — with security and climate change expected to dominate Monday's talks, while a day earlier debate had centered on US President Barack Obama's beer. This year's meeting of world leaders saw the usual convergence of protesters and police near the venue, the Schloss Elmau hotel in Germany's Bavarian Alps. Show More Summary

Folksy Obama Arrives In Bavaria For G7: "Slugs" Sausage, Beer And Pretzels, Goes Lederhosen Shopping

Earlier today, Barack Obama, together with 6 of the world's most powerful leaders (but certainly not Vladimir Putin) congregated in the Bavarian town of Krun where they will for the next two days hunker down at the luxurious ScholssShow More Summary

Collaborative Brewing Is Heating Up in the Beer World

More breweries are getting into the team spirit. With more than 3,400 craft breweries now dotting the American landscape and dozens more joining the fray each year, there’s widespread competition in the field. And while beer rivalries are not unheard of, a much more positive trend of collaborative brewing is emerging. Show More Summary

Taco Bell in Wicker Park will be first in the world to serve alcohol

What wine pairs best with a quesarito? You'll be able to find out for yourself this summer. Taco Bell has confirmed earlier reports that the soon-to-open Wicker Park location, at 1439 N. Milwaukee Ave., will serve beer, wine and boozy "freezes," according to a spokesperson for the brand.  Don't get any ideas about to-go cups, though. Show More Summary

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