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When I heated my home with oil, I used an average of 800 gallons a year. I have found that I can keep comfortably warm for an entire winter with slightly over half that quantity of beer. —
This is no cave… it’s an oven mitt. The official Star Wars Space Slug Oven Mitt, to be exact. Yep, a Star Wars oven mitt… officially licensed and everything. Buy this mitt, and you’ll be the coolest Corellian in your kitchen!
A long time ago, an iconic director created a masterpiece that changed the way we all looked at science fiction. I’m speaking of course, about George Lucas and the Princess Leia gold bikini.
Check out these two classic Pabst Blue Ribbon commercials from the 50′s. They’ll have you singing the jingle all the way to the beer distributor.
For the past week (or longer) New Orleans has given itself over to good food, lots of drink and excessive debauchery. It’s Fat Tuesday, and that means the marathon party known as Mardi Gras is in it’s home stretch.
For some time now I have been drinking a here-to-fore unnamed beverage that I think may be the matching bloodtype for a certain new phrase that is winning the nation. I’d like to submit a cocktail of Red Bull, Jager and Grenadine as Tiger Blood.
Inventor Eric Fitch is going to “save the earth, one beer at a time.” The mechanical engineer has invented a patented device that turns brewery waste into natural gas that’s used to fuel the brewing process.
We like to think everything tastes better with beer… now science brings us another step closer to understanding why beer-battered fried food tingles our taste buds so.
National drugstore chain Walgreens has gotten into the beer business. Starting in December, the Illinois-based retailer began offering a house brand called Big Flats 1901, noted for its affordability: 50 cents a can, or $2.99 for a six pack.
The beer industry is notable for creating useless contraptions for the dispensing and distribution of beer, so it’s nice to see something that actually looks useful. The Bottoms Up Beer Dispenser fills beer cups through the bottom of the cup, you know, like magic would.
Beer is beer, and wine is wine, but what the heck are we supposed to make of cider? Cider tasting might actually have more in common with wine tasting, but wine people don’t seem to want to adopt it as their own, and so it’s become something of a step-child to beer aficionados.
It’s hot in that dragon’s lair… wouldn’t it be great if you could stop for a cold one after that episodic quest there and back again?
Early Celtic rulers of a community in what’s now southwestern Germany liked to get their drink on with beer according to an article in Science News. Let’s party like it’s 500 B.C.!
It’s been a Polish national drink for centuries, but for years Żubrówka has been banned in the United States. Now, after decades of work on two continents to formulate and brand a legal version of the alcohol, its producers are taking a shot at the American market.
Scientists have confirmed what many people have suspected for years… if you need hangover relief, simply take some caffeine and a painkiller.
The Brewers Association has voted to change their designation of “small” in its definition of a “craft brewer” and ups the amount of beer that an independent brewery can produce.