Beer Quote


R E L A P S E… that’s what beer has done to me.

— Barney Gumble, The Simpsons
Screw You






  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Dogfish Head brewery is known for making exotic beer with ingredients like crystallized ginger or water from Antarctica. One of its recent creations is a brew flavored by grapes and flowers… and the recipe came from a Neolithic burial site in China.

  • When I saw the words “beer” and “robot” in a Tweet on Friday I figured I had seen this post before… it was either the irritating Japanese beer pouring robot, or the radio controlled “robot” cooler. But after reading through what I thought was an elaborate April Fools joke, I was convinced… these guys built a beer serving robot.

  • Competitive eater Joey Chestnut has held on to his title and the Yellow Mustard belt at the 95th annual Fourth of July hot dog eating contest at New York’s Coney Island. Chestnut chomped down on 54 hot dogs in 10 minutes on Sunday to win the annual Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest for the […]

  • Happy Independence Day, America. The 4th of July is the star of the month, and what better way to celebrate the first weekend of what should be called American Beer month than buying a selection of American Craft beer.

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