Corona Wants To Save The Planet With New Stackable Beer Cans


Corona may have just made the traditional six-pack a thing of the past.

 

Duvel Brews A New Tripel Hop With The Exclusive Cashmere Hop Variety


Duvel has launched the very first Duvel Tripel in 2007. Ever since the brewery is constantly looking for new varieties of hops to match with the authentic taste of Duvel. This year, they have succeeded in creating an original flavour blend made with an exclusive hop variety “Cashmere”.

 

Delicious Drinks You Need to Try When you Visit Thailand


Thailand is an Asian country that is well known for its beautiful beaches and ancient culture. Well, the drinks in Thailand follow suit. We have amazing and tasty drinks in Thailand that can quench your thirst.

 

World’s Largest Beer Brewer Sets Up Cybersecurity Team


If a reminder were needed that nobody is immune to the threat of cyber attacks, the world’s largest brewer of beers has felt the need to establish its own cybersecurity division.

 

What goes into an $899 bottle of beer except for hype and coconuts


Want a taste of Los Angeles’ latest craft beer sensation? Grab a sleeping bag — or be prepared to empty your wallet.

 

This Beer Can Is a Fully Functioning Video Game Controller


Do you like to enjoy an ice-cold beer while playing video games? Who doesn’t? You can now have two of your favourite things in one when you play video games using an actual beer can. Miller Lite’s new “Cantroller” is a wireless, rechargeable 10-button controller with Bluetooth technology compatible with Mac and PC.

 

Slow-pouring A Beer Into A Tilted Glass Causes Bloating


It turns out that pouring a beer incorrectly can lead to beer bloat.

 

Brewery CEO labels non-alcoholic beer ‘gay lemonade’


The CEO of an Australian brewing company has announced his resignation shortly after branding non-alcoholic beer “gay lemonade” in a Facebook post. 

 

How To Make Heavenly Beer Battered Onion Rings Like Martha Stewart


Onion rings are the most delicious snack there is, and the only way to improve them is to make them with your favourite beer.

 

This Man Lived On Nothing But Beer For 46 Days And The Results Were Surprising


This 40-year-old American followed a Lenten tradition inspired by 17th century German brewing monks.

 
 
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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