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Millennials distaste for a cold one is a threat to the beer industry


Beer before liquor? Not for millennials.

 

10 Terms Every Tequila Drinker Should Know


Tequila sales are booming and Mexico’s most famous spirit is now more popular than ever. But if you are someone who still just thinks of it as “that thing I used to shoot on spring break,” here are some terms that every tequila drinker should know.

 

The best drinks to pair with Hot Dogs on #NationalHotDogDay


The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council has designated July as Hot Dog Month and for 2017 Wednesday, July 19 as National Hot Dog Day. 

 

This Fridge Automatically Restocks Beers When It’s Running Low


The latest marketing ploy from beer giant Anheuser-Busch is a smart fridge made for offices. Called the Office Bud-e, the fridge can hold 180 beers and will automatically place a delivery order to restock when it senses supply is running low.

 

Why you should add a pickle to your next beer


On a scorching summer’s afternoon, a sip of a sweet cider or pint of beer can be just the ticket. But light refreshing lagers are welcoming a new addition from America’s Midwest: the humble pickle.

 

Drinks to enjoy with Fried Chicken


Fried chicken is both versatile and ubiquitous and while white wine may be the bird’s best-known beverage pairing, it’s not the only Gamay in town.

 

Oktoberfest beer price rise set to outrage regulars and revellers


The price of beer at Oktoberfest in Munich will increase this year, with a litre costing as much as €0.25 (22p) more than in 2016.

 

Scientists unveil a sour brew that is good for your gut and can stop you from getting ill


Good news for beer lovers. You may soon be able to buy a pint that can stop you from getting ill.

 

Insulted tequila makers are threatening to sue Heineken over its tequila-flavoured beer


Tequila is for sipping, not shots—and certainly not for chugging out of a beer bottle with trace amounts of Mexico’s most famous export.

 

How to Drink Beer All Summer Long Without Getting a Beer Gut


The thinking goes like this: You want to get your body summer ready, so you start avoiding beer like it’s that one co-worker who never seems to shut up about his car. It’s the right thing to do. Right?

 
 
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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

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