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The problem with the world is that everyone is a few drinks behind. —
In a copy-cat move to keep up with Miller Brewing and their somewhat successful “Chill” beer, the nation’s biggest brewer is adding a twist of lime to its flagship brew Bud Light to help add some fizz in the face of stagnant demand. The company will roll out the drink with a $35 million marketing […]
Everybody off the wagon! People who do not drink alcohol may finally have a reason to start — a study published on Friday shows non-drinkers who begin taking the occasional tipple live longer and are less likely to develop heart disease. People who started drinking in middle age were 38 percent less likely to have […]
Michael Clarke Duncan will star in comedy troupe Broken Lizard’s fifth film, “The Slammin’ Salmon.” The movie is set in a Miami restaurant owned by Cleon “Slammin’” Salmon (Duncan), a brutal former heavyweight boxing champion who institutes a competition to see which waiter can earn the most money in one night. Broken Lizard returns to […]
A lot of recent emails to the site have started with “why aren’t you adding news anymore?” One anser to this wood be, because we are too drunk to type with any acurracccyie. Another answer is that the news has been boring us… talk about SAB Miller and Budweiser and the new beers that they […]
The problem with being a couch potato is that every once and a while you have to get up to grab a new beverage. Walk no longer. Make way for the world’s first remote controlled beer cooler. The RC Cooler Robot from Interactive Toy made its debut at the 2008 CES. It’s an inflatable cooler […]
Irish police were hunting for a beer bandit who stole 450 full kegs from the Guinness brewery — the largest heist ever at Ireland’s largest brewer. National police said a lone man drove into the brewery — a Dublin landmark and top tourist attraction — on Wednesday and hitched his truck to a fully loaded […]
The very first beer I ever had was consumed on the steps of the local high school just around the corner from where I live. A few of us youngin’s went out one night, no doubt looking to rebel from what we probably thought were oppressive upbringings. The only one of us with any kind of peach fuzz managed to get a few 40oz Budweisers, complete with paper bag cozies.
In the fall of 2002, Anheuser-Busch, the distributor of Budweiser and the company who holds the title of ‘world’s largest brewer’ nationally rolled out Michelob Ultra. As you already know, Michelob Ultra is a diet beer targeted at women, girls and females.
EOD. Equal Opportunity Drinkers… that’s what we are. We do a lot of Coors Light bashing around here, so presented in the spirit of fairness for your consideration is a beer commentary by Belly Buddy Ed McShea.
October in Texas is a glorious time of warm sunny days, great music, frisky chicks and pitcher after pitcher of Shiner Bock.
If you have ever been to a Japanese restaurant or ever purchased beer considering only the size and shape of the container, then you have most likely seen or heard of Sapporo Original Draft Beer.
As part of my 40 day cross-country driving sojourn, I was making it across the absolutely beautiful state of Wyoming. That’s when I found this Colorado-based beer.
While strolling down my local beermongers isle the other day, I noticed the cases of Heineken Special Dark hidden just under the regular Heineken stack. This was one of those amazing moments you have when you think “Wow! A new beer I’d like to drink.”
Philadelphia is widely considered the United States’ most patriotic city (sorry Boston). Everywhere you go are the remnants of history and heroism. From the Liberty Bell to Valley Forge, Philly is fiercely loyal to its heritage. Therefore it makes sense that it is impossibly loyal to the oldest brewery in America-The Yuengling Brewery.
I know this review may create a great deal of controversy. But the facts are simple. We here at the Belly aren’t concerned about calories, we’re concerned about taste and quality. That’s why I consider Rolling Rock to be the best “light” beer.