Lucy Burningham is not your ordinary beer drinker. She is Portland’s go-to feminist beer guide, eager to reclaim the malt beverage from the clutches of can swilling male couch potatoes mesmerized by the Super Bowl. Instead, it’s micro-brews, food pairings, and exploring the local scene by bike. Her vision is summed up in her book, Hop In The Saddle: A [...]
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Where D'oh! and great UX meet. I want you to imagine a world, a better world, where all you need to do is type a word like "bacon" or "beer" or "butt" to see where those topics appear in any Simpsons episode. Read Full Story
The beer fanatics are already congregating in California Wine Country. The first Friday in February traditionally marks the release of Russian River Brewing’s world famous Pliny the Younger. It’s maybe the most storied beer in the world, with a mythology that’s almost as grandiose as the proclamations...
TPC Scottsdale is the home of the rowdiest golf fans in the world. They are very accustomed to celebrating great shots. The shots, however, are usually from humans and not golf ball hitting robots named Eldrick. Your browser does not...Show More Summary
How sexism isn't limited to TV ads from big brewers, and what some local brewers are doing about it. When Christina Coady, brewer at Folly Brewpub, set out last week to write a blog post to enlist volunteers to brew a special beer with...Show More Summary
While American customers know SABMiller best for beverages like Keystone and Coors Light, sales of MillerCoor’s beers in the US are on the decline. However, international soda consumption — especially in Africa — is helping drive growth...Show More Summary
Jamie Keeton of Evergreen Park, Illinois says he makes $1,000 a day suctioning cans and other objects to his head. He recently took his show to China and says he will soon land a Guinness World Record for the unique talent. "Twenty three years ago, I shaved my head for the first time," Keeton told WZZM13. Show More Summary
The NCAA announced Wednesday that beer and wine will be sold in general seating areas for the first time this year at the College World Series in Omaha and the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City.
At last year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Carlsberg Group announced its intention to develop the first-ever biodegradable wood fiber bottle by 2018. It’s a serious initiative, involving a packaging firm, ecoXpac, and partners from Denmark’s education and innovation communities. It’s about a lot more than sustainable innovation, too. “When I first [...]
Craft beer is sweeping the city. Rohit Dugar is a humble man. So when he opened a bottle of Tàisuì and offhandedly said, "There’s almost no beer like this in the world," he wasn’t bragging about his creation. He was merely stating a fact. Dugar passed a few glasses of Tàisuì around the table. Show More Summary
We have all had a couple strange drinks in our time. Here's a list of the strangest drinks from around the world. From horse semen shots in New Zealand, to bilk (beer and milk) from Japan or perhaps you fancy some frog juice (yes, it is as disgusting as it sounds) all the way from Peru. (thanks Richard) The Presurfer
Popularity is on the rise. From leather to paper, fashion to architecture, art to wine, and coffee to beer, Italians are perfectionists in every trade. And while Italy has long been known as a country producing some of the world's best...Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS — CES is the tech world equivalent of an all-you-can-eat dim sum buffet. Your eyes boggle at all the tantalizing-looking options, but you’re never really sure what you’re about to sink your teeth into. Sometimes an exhibitor at this sprawling electronics show serves up the tech equivalent of a delicious shrimp dumpling. Show More Summary
The Internet puts stories from news outlets all over the world at our fingertips, which leads to one inevitable question: why do people steal meat by stuffing it down their pants so often? It’s a crime that has suddenly increased in some areas, and people commit crimes against meat out of either hunger or desperation for cash. The latest alleged …
This post is from Roads & Kingdoms' Five O'Clock Somewhere series: daily dispatches at cocktail hour from around the world. Find more food and travel storytelling at Roads & Kingdoms. By Wesley Grover Craft Beer in Saigon "Are you looking for something lighter or darker?" asks a twenty-something Vietnamese man from behind the bar. Show More Summary
World's largest carrier gives overseas passengers more legroom, two checked bags and complimentary spirits, beer and wine
People around the world enjoy various beverages. One of the most popular beverages around the world is beer. The history... The post 7 Best Beer Cities in the World You Should Visit appeared first on Lifehack.
Catch up on the year's cocktail and caffeine trends Eater's drinks site launched this March, helmed by editor Kat Odell and focusing its stories on the world of spirits, wine, beer, coffee, and tea. Since its inception, Eater DrinksShow More Summary