This is the Guinness World Record holder for the largest tunable, playable ukulele, built by Lawrence Stump of Lansing, Michigan. The instrument measures 13-feet 1.08 inches long, or just about double your penis. You owe me a beer. The...Show More Summary
This is one totally paw-some job perk. Bosses at Scotland-based craft beer company BrewDog are giving their almost 1,000 employees around the world one week’s paid leave when they welcome a new puppy into their lives. “It’s not easyShow More Summary
It’s an extra pale ale. Bets around the world are still being paid off for Super Bowl LI in which the Patriots came back from a 25-point deficit against the Falcons. One of those involves beer. Atlanta’s SweetWater Brewing company made...Show More Summary
What does the world's fastest man do after he hangs up his spikes and ties his laces one last time? Drink a beer... and consider a new sport. Usain Bolt told AOL in an interview at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco on Wednesday that after his last international competition in summer 2017, he's considering tossing on a pair of cleats. Show More Summary
MONDAY BEER AND WINE LINKS, MUSING, 02.13.17 Warning: The first several links may leave you with the impression that not everything is peachy keen in the world of alternative beer. The Big Issue: Exploitation. Perhaps coincidentally there was other chatter, not altogether pleasant, this week about the phrase “beer people are good people.” Feel free […]
The much-cherished clothing and blanket company Woolrich seems to have done collaborations for everything under the sun: surfboards, beers and everything in between. And they’ve finally dropped into the pop-up camper world with their latest collab. Show More Summary
Did you know February only has 28 days? You might not know it from this list of happenings in the great wide world of beer in Philadelphia and beyond. As always, if I'm missing any that you feel...
Although fads in the craft beer world seem to come and go, one thing that has legs in the industry is the dominance of the IPA style. Even within the IPA family, there are trends that beer lovers embrace then spurn. Lately, we’ve seen a flood of New England-style hazy and sweeter IPAs alongside...
Busch's first ever Super Bowl ad reintroduces the beer to the world by embracing the great outdoors.
India is looking at the sky once again as it preps for another world record next month. SEE ALSO: A group of college students wants to brew beer on the moon, because why not The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will attempt...Show More Summary
A new project from a Harpoon alum Boston’s beer world is about to get a little bigger with the addition of a brand new brewery in Jamaica Plain. Turtle Swamp Brewing is in the midst of building out a brewery space on Washington Street...Show More Summary
Submitted by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.og, “Don’t Make Any Sudden Moves” is the advice offered to the new president by Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations, which has not traditionally been known as a beer hall of populist...Show More Summary
As the world’s largest beer company, Anheuser-Busch InBev is a victim of their own success. For many a craft drinker, a brewery bu… The post A Glimpse at Elysian Two Years Beyond the ABI Buyout appeared first on thefullpint.com.
The tagline promises this book will tell us “All that’s left to know about the world’s most celebrated adult beverage.” Based on the number of beer books I’ve read over the years, there can’t be much. But somehow writer Jeff… Continue reading ?
Actor Matt Damon traveled to the snowy mountains of Davos, Switzerland to participate in the annual World Economic Forum. He used the event as a platform to tout the efforts of water.org, a charity he co-founded whose mission is to provide millions of people around the world with safe water and sanitation. Show More Summary
It’s bottoms up in every sense as yoga is being mixed with beer at a growing number of events around the world. It’s called “beer yoga,” and it’s just what it sounds like: A cross between the body-bending stretches of yoga and the palate-pleasing...Show More Summary
As this handy infographic demonstrates, £100 in London will buy you 38 cups of coffee, but head to Havana and you'll get 93 cups. In Mexico, £100 will stretch to 102 pints of beer - in New York only 18.