Generate your own beer label. Nice enough, but there’s no way to keep the image unless you buy it.
I feel a great disturbance in the Force: Organic Budweiser.
Handy, but I’d want to be one of the guys on the end.
Sam Adams reinvents the beer glass – The new Samuel Adams Boston Lager Pint Glass makes your standard beer mug look like some sort of Paleolithic urn cobbled out of twigs and mud. It’s high tech for the beer connoisseur — and it honest to goodness makes your drink taste better.
….laser etched nucleation sites inside the glass provide a place for bubbles to form.
Captain Cold has a new hobby
Baseball beer bans are a slippery slope.
If it’s too dangerous to provide a couple of beers to 25 guys in a clubhouse — all of whom can afford cab fare or limo fare and some of whom can afford to charter the Concorde — then what of the tens of thousands of over-served fans that the park just disgorged out into the parking lot? I mean, if a team is serious about public safety and its own liability, shouldn’t it really extend the ban to the entire park? Ah, but now we’re talking about the bottom line. Banning beer in the clubhouse doesn’t cost the club anything. In fact, it saves them a few bucks. Banning $8 beers on the concourse — and thereby jeopardizing massive sponsorship deals — would be a financial hit no club will ever take.
How To Buy A Girl A Beer: The flowchart.
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