Brewery Builds A Giant Christmas Tree Out Of Beer Kegs


Genesee Brewing in New York State has built a giant, 27ft Christmas tree which is made out of 520 empty beer kegs and adorned with 20,000 lights, marking the fifth consecutive year that the brewer has constructed its ‘keg tree’.

 

BrewDog Is Launching The World’s First Craft Beer Airline


If boozin’ and flyin’ are two things you’ve always wanted to mix, then you’ll love BrewDog’s new beer airline!

 

The Hidden Risks Of Craft Beer


It’s been an exciting few years for craft beer, but as the industry continues to grow and mature, so too will its challenges. Here are some issues and health risks drinkers should be paying attention to.

 

Kelloggs use rejected cornflakes to make beer in bid to cut down on food waste


Consumers concerned about their carbon footprint will soon be able to drink beer and assuage their guilt over the environment at the same time as Kelloggs releases a beer made from leftover cornflakes.

 

This invention keeps bottled beer cold and scored a million-dollar deal on Shark Tank


Matt Campbell and Adam Callinan know from experience that for beer drinkers, there’s almost nothing worse than a warm beer. And it’s their simple but smart solution to that problem landed their business, Bottlekeeper, a million-dollar-deal from Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner on Sunday on “Shark Tank.”

 

Why beer tastes bad on a plane


If you travel a lot and you love beer, then you will understand the frustration: beer on planes is terrible.

 

The Best Drinks To Enjoy With Nachos


6 November marks International Nacho Day, which seems like as good a reason as any to celebrate the splendour of tortilla chips topped with a fair amount of cheese and spicy jalapenos.

 

The plastic straw was invented by the Sumerians for drinking beer


As sophisticated as ancient brewing practices were, there was still a chance for sediment to end up in a drinker’s pint, so Sumerians, Babylonians, and Egyptians were known to drink beer with straws made of reeds or gold, depending upon one’s social class.

 

Why don’t all beer bottles have screw caps?


The main reason breweries don’t use twist-offs is because they’re not as reliable a seal.  Screw caps don’t create as airtight of a closure, allowing more oxygen permeation. Oxygen is the enemy of fresh beer, so even tiny amounts of air sneaking into your bottle can eventually stale your beer.

 

Joburg And Cape Town Are Among The Top 5 Cheapest Cities For A Beer In The World


Deutsche Bank recently released its annual “Mapping the World’s Prices” series, which compares the cost of everything from iPhones to tekkies in 50 cities around the world.

 
 
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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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