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The most hyper-local beer in the world uses yeast from your backyard

Scott Hale wrangled on land marked by dust and spiky trees. A visual artist by trade and an aficionado of fermentation, Hale, of Twentynine Palms, sought something microscopic and, critically, something that had to find him. All he could do was make a trap. His bait: a golden murky slurry of water and sorghum. His quest? The holy […]

Weekly beer links: International edition

MONDAY BEER AND WINE LINKS, MUSING, 05.22.17 Pay no attention to that elephant in the room. More long (and I dare I suggest passionate?) screeds this past week related to AB InBev and buyouts in general. But there is a whole world of beer out there... RUSSIA Burnt by the sun. This […]

Your favorite IPA might disappear from the shelves soon—here's why

Did the biggest beer company in the world just deliver a blow to the craft beer market?        

FC St. Pauli celebrates avoiding relegation by giving fans free beer

Still one of the world’s most popular clubs for so many reasons. St. Pauli had an absolute roller-coaster of a season in the 2. Bundesliga, spending much of the year near the relegation zone. But they rallied to five wins over the last...Show More Summary

The 24 most expensive cities in the world to grab a beer at the local bar

Grabbing a beer at the local pub shouldn't break the bank. But in some cities, making it a habit could quickly balloon into a sizable monthly cost. In Oslo, Norway, for instance, if you go out twice a week and buy two beers each time,...Show More Summary

Here's how much it costs to grab a beer around the world

Deutsche Bank analysts collected data on the prices of various services for a recent report to clients. Among them, they included how much it costs to get a beer (500 mL or 1 pint) in a neighborhood pub in an expat area of a given city...Show More Summary

Honolulu 'brewseum' serves up World War II memorabilia and beer

The Home of the Brave Brewseum is exactly what the name implies: a site that's half microbrewery (and tavern) and half museum. It not far from Waikiki, and it's free to visit too.

???? Explore over 100 craft beers at Shanghai's beer festival this weekend!

2 weeks agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Attention beer lovers, Shanghai’s leading beer festival Beernanza is back again. This time bigger and better - showcasing over 100 unique craft beers from all over the world to celebrate the evolution of the underground beer culture in Shanghai. Show More Summary

MX passes Germany in beer production

Mexico overtook Germany in beer production last year to become the fourth largest brewer in the world. Beer production increased by just over 8% during 2016, totalling 10.5 billion liters. The FULL STORY The post MX passes Germany in beer production appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Wild, brash and funny Jon Gabrus takes on Hollywood's bruising world of comedy

An old man in white socks sips whiskey next to a Goth wearing a nose ring. She cuts him a glance and glides toward the crack of pool balls. The bartender pops a beer, nudges it forward. Not much of a crowd. Twins in hoodies. A hair-gelled guy with muscles hunting a smoke as a night breeze whirls...

Lagunitas selling remaining stake to Heineken as founder Magee seeks growth for brand

Lagunitas Brewing is selling its remaining 50 percent stake to Heineken International, which will place the California and Chicago-based brewery under full control of the world's second-largest beer company. Heineken first bought half of Lagunitas in September 2015. As a result of the deal, Lagunitas...

Big beer is back

London - Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest brewer, and Danish rival Carlsberg reported first-quarter revenue growth that beat estimates as demand for mainstream brands such as Stella Artois and Tuborg rose, helped by an improving...Show More Summary

Sam Adams and Its New Agency Launch a Fresh Summer Campaign as the Craft Beer Wars Heat Up

The beer world looks very different today than it did when Jim Koch started Boston Brewery and its core brand, Sam Adams, back in 1984. As the biggest global beer-makers merge and buy up smaller operations, one of the original craft breweries looks to reestablish its place in the market after. Its marketing efforts...

Seattle Radio Show Lands National Syndication Deal

99.9 KISW-FM afternoon radio program The Men's Room has been dabbling in the world of beer since 2010. Currently, three brands are available nationwide: Men's Room Original Red, summer ale Men's Room Gold and winter beer Men's Room Black. (l to r) Miles Montgomery, Steve "The Thrill" Hill, producer Mike Hawk, Thee Ted Smith Thanks...

Beyond the Minibar: Why Booze Companies Are Opening Hotels

A new way for beer nerds and cocktail lovers to vacation For far too long, room and board has fallen outside the purview of the world’s great distilleries and breweries, with low-key lodging experiences available exclusively to industry insiders. Show More Summary

7 ingenious ways to deal with food waste

From tomato tires to toast-based beer pexels Every year, the United States throws away more than one third of the food it produces. That’s 133 pounds of food waste, or about $161 billion in grub. But people all over the world are trying to find ways to stop the waste. Here are some of the [...]

Toast Turns Food Waste Into Delicious Beer

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Six years ago, a Discovery Channel documentary showed you How Beer Saved The World. A new IndieGoGo project wants to add a new chapter to that tale. Here’s the pitch: to brew beer […] The post Toast Turns Food Waste Into Delicious Beer appeared first on Geek.com.

This beer ad should become a reality series

A new Heineken ad from the U.K. should be adapted into a U.S.-based reality series. It's entertaining and something the world desperately needs right now. Read this story »

The beer commercial everyone needs to see

Heineken wins in this discussion of diversity. How divided are we as a world? It seems like we can no longer say "agree to disagree" and get on with life. We have to accuse people who disagree with us of being morally bankrupt, but usually with more offensive word choices. Show More Summary

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