• MillerCoors is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the recyclable aluminum can. After many prototypes and several years in development, the first aluminum cans rolled off the line at the Coors Golden brewery on Jan. 22, 1959.

  • If you’ve ever been on a genuine British pub-crawl, you probably already know that British beer is in fact, some of the best beer in the world. Well, one of my favorite Britbrews that seems to be gaining some recognition in the States is Boddingtons Pub Ale.

  • I’ve just recently returned from a vacation in Costa Rica–an amazing country of rain and cloud forests, volcanoes, howler monkeys, toucans, the biggest bugs you’ve ever seen, and a beer called Imperial that I almost immediately befriended.

  • My girlfriend likes healthy food… and I don’t. If this is also a food dilemma in your life, try these nachos with half-a-healthy twist.

  • When the dust, ping pong balls and beer foam had settled, only one team stood triumphant in The World Series of Beer Pong IV… New York’s “Smashing Time” came out on top, dominating the competition to win the grand prize of $50,000.

  • The Tabasco family consists of Green Pepper Sauce, Garlic Pepper Sauce, Habanero Pepper Sauce and a bottle of their Original Pepper Sauce. Turns out that great Tabasco heat comes in a variety of flavors.

  • December 5: On this date in 1933, the 21st amendment to the Constitution of the United States was ratified- the eighteenth article of the Constitution was hereby repealed and the noble experiment known as prohibition was no more.

  • We’ve had experience with several companies that deal with buffalo meat (American Bison) on the web. Here are two that we have ordered from and were very happy with what we got.

  • “Why don’t you have a review of Guinness on your site?” “Why don’t you have a review of Guinness on your site?” “Why don’t you have a review of Guinness on your site?” Sometimes our emails all start the same- “Dear Idiots, Why don’t you have a review of Guinness on your site?”

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