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Carnival Cruise Lines Opens First Craft Brewery at Sea


Carnival Cruise Lines has hopped aboard the microbrewing trend with the founding of RedFrog Brewery, the first ever craft brewery on a cruise ship, according to CraftBeer.com.

 

This Craft Beer Forces You to Confront White Supremacy


From the people who own craft breweries to those who frequent them, the craft beer scene is interminably, undeniably white. Which is why the North Carolina-based Black Star Line Brewing Company—one of the first black, queer and female-owned and operated craft breweries in America—is such a breath of fresh air.

 
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German taxman breaks record for carrying 29 beer mugs in one go


Oliver Struempfel, a German taxman, managed to hold a staggering 29 alcohol-filled tankards that were stacked up in two tiers.

 

The Craft Beer Labels That Are Works Of Art


Independent brewers haven’t just ripped up the rules on flavour – they have transformed beer packaging, too. Labels and cans are mini masterpieces – and the new aesthetic is asexual, inclusive and urban.

 

Adidas Manufactures Beer-Proof Shoes for Oktoberfest


Oktoberfest season is nearly here and it’s time to pull out your lederhosen or dirndl dress and drink all the beer and eat all the sausage a human could possibly consume.

 

Brewery Stops Canning Beer To Bottle Water For Harvey Victims


The Anheuser-Busch Brewery stopped canning beer this week to can drinking water to ship to areas hard hit by Hurricane Harvey.

 

The Sex Shop With No Sex … But Lots Of Beer


I first visited Ronnie’s Sex Shop with my parents — I was 17 and my little sister was 11.

 

Snake Venom Beer Might Be the Strongest in the World


Beer lovers beware: Here is a challenge you might not want to take on.

 

A company is using artificial intelligence to generate unique beer names


Craft brewers are running out of beer names. NPR reports that companies are having to compromise over shared a name, or getting in Twitter fights over them.

 

This New York City Commuter Themed-beer Will Get You Drunk While You Wait For Your Delayed Train


This summer in New York City has been dubbed the “Summer of Hell,” for many reasons (including the extreme, stifling heat), but mainly for the long train delays caused by Penn Station’s emergency track repairs.

 
 
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Beer is one of the world’s oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, when cereal was first farmed, and is recorded in the written history of ancient Iraq and ancient Egypt. Archaeologists speculate that beer was instrumental in the formation of civilizations