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Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy. —
Fatburger will occupy the old Carl's Cheesesteak in Murray Hill, NYC as a Late Night joint. My arteries clogged upon hearing this news.
A computer security company released a browser extension that keeps (online) drunken social disasters at a minimum. Social Media Sobriety Test administers a set of tests to keep you from sharing drunken wall posts, or Tweeting about how great a drink Malibu and Milk is.
A few years back, I was nowhere near my fryer for Thanksgiving and I decided to try brining for the first time. Brining a turkey makes a pretty moist bird… the secret is in the salt.
Not unlike the delicious deep fried turkey, the turducken has swooped in as one of the birds that all the cool kids will be eating this Thanksgiving.
A brewer in Colorado is seeking beer resumes from the nation’s most beer-minded men and women for its 2011 Beerdrinker of the Year contest. The competition seeks and honors America’s most passionate, knowledgeable beer lovers.
Everyone seems to takes their cues on how alcohol affects the mind and body from an eclectic mix of knowledge: personal experience, pop culture, tall tales of long nights, the latest studies to make the news, and second-hand tips. Lifehacker posted a good meta-article culled from a few reliable sources about the science of alcohol and its effect on your brain and body when you drink.
Boston Beer is launching a champagne-like brew later this month to prove that beer can be worthy of a New Year’s toast. The limited run beer, called Infinium, will be sold in 750-ml bottles with foil-covered cork tops, like champagne.
Connecticut marketer Drinks Americas has teamed up with the Lion Brewery in Wilkes-Barre, PA to revive Rheingold… bringing it to the shelves for the first time in 35 years. They hope to give people a taste of the past by distributing Rheingold in the Eastern U.S.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) released their latest findings for a variety of products, and beer continued to drop–led by industry powerhouse Anheuser-Busch InBev.
D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc., one of the fastest-growing U.S. beer makers, is close to acquiring a former Coors plant in Memphis, Tenn., to help the company meet rising demand and increase distribution beyond the eastern United States.
Visitors to the Munich Oktoberfest this year drank their way into the history books by downing 7 million liters of beer. The total number of visitors was estimated at 6.4 million. I’m not great at math, but that’s like a liter of beer for every man, woman and child.
Free beer. That usually grabs people’s attention. Belgian-owned Anheuser-Busch Inbev hopes that free beer — plus a boatload of advertising — will grab some new drinkers for its sagging flagship brand Budweiser.
I guess Septemberfest didn’t have the same ring to it. The 177th annual Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany is preparing the kegs, tents and big-ass pretzels for the opening ceremonies on September 18, 2010
Hold onto your buns. A new offering from Burger King has over 2,500 calories… enough for a typical persons suggested intake for an entire day (or just about right for one meal, dear Brian’s Belly reader). The NY Pizza Burger is scheduled to sizzle in to the Whopper Bar next month.
Among the cream puffs and everything you can get on a stick, food at the Wisconsin State Fair is a dish best served over the top. Meet 2010′s early favorite: the Krispy Kreme Cheeseburger.
The guys at BrewDog have outdone themselves… yet again. Their latest beer, The End of History, is the strongest beer brewed to date. Oh, and it’s sold in stuffed grey squirrels. Wearing kilts.