Articles Tagged with beer

Blue Moon Lawsuit Says MillerCoors Deceives Craft Beer Drinkers

Blue Moon Lawsuit Says MillerCoors Deceives Craft Beer Drinkers

A Blue Moon lawsuit claims that the beer company MillerCoors is deceiving craft beer drinkers by the way they are marketing their Blue Moon brand name. The Blue Moon suit was created as a class action lawsuit by Evan Parent, who claims MillerCoors falsely portrays Blue Moon beer as a hand-crafted, independently-owned product. In a… Read more »

300-Year-Old Beer Recipe Revived By Virginia Brewery

Craft Beer

A 300-year-old beer recipe was revived by Ardent Craft Ales of Richmond, Virginia. The unique recipe was discovered in a cookbook, which includes handwritten recipes for beer, food, and medicinal remedies. The book, which belongs to the Virginia Historical Society, is part of a collection dating back to the 1700s. As reported by Edge Boston,… Read more »

Could Fruit Flies Help Create Tasty New Beer? Scientists Think So

Great London Beer Flood

Octoberfest is in full swing in many communities, so beer can be found flowing freely throughout the night. However, you may also find that pesky fruit flies are also attracted to the aroma of beer. Until recently, it was a mystery as to why fruit flies seemed so attracted to the yeasty aroma of beer…. Read more »

It Ain’t Miller Time: Heineken Rejects Takeover Bid


If you’re a purist when it comes to a certain Dutch beer, you can breathe a sigh of relief today. That’s because Heineken rejected a bid by close rival SABMiller to take over the Netherlands-based brewer. As reported by CBS News, on Sunday Heineken released a statement claiming the family-owned beer company turned down the… Read more »

Is Light Beer On The Way Out? Sales Projected To Hit 10-Year Low


It looks like American’s taste for beer is becoming more sophisticated as sales of light beer are projected to hit a ten-year low by 2015. Once among the most popular, sales of Bud Light, Coors Light, and Miller Lite are becoming less enticing as specialty and craft brews are becoming a common trend among beer… Read more »

New Self-Serve Beer Machines Arrive At Target Field

Self-serve beer stations are introduced at Target Field during.

Baseball fans would argue there’s very little that tastes better than a hot dog and a beer at the stadium of your favorite team. The concept is a staple of American culture, so it’s no surprise that something came along to bring the tradition into the next century. Yesterday, Target Field introduced self-serve beer machines,… Read more »

Trappist Beer To Be Brewed In America By Monks For The First Time

Trappist beer

Trappist beer has been uniquely brewed in Europe for more than a century by monks known as ‘Trappists’. The monks are Catholic Cistercians, and are renowned for making some of the best beer in the world. Until now Trappist beer has been brewed in only eight monasteries worldwide; six in Belgium, one in Holland and… Read more »

Netherlands Bar Accepts Bitcoins For Beer

Bitcoins For Beer

A bar in the Netherlands is now accepting Bitcoin payments for beer and other beverages. The EMG Faktors bar uses a new Point of Sale (POS) system that accepts a customers virtual currency in place of traditional payments. Dutch company Bitcoin Café developed the NUVOPOS as a way to accept Bitcoins on the go. The… Read more »

Man’s Stomach Brews Its Own Beer, Makes Him Randomly Drunk

Beer Creating Gut

A man in Texas has a stomach that ferments and produces its own beer. The 61-year-old man recently stumbled into a Texas hospital complaining of dizziness. Doctors performed a standard blood alcohol test and found that his levels had reached 0.37 percent, five time the legal driving limit in Texas. After being admitted into the… Read more »

Hydrating Beer From Australia Won’t Leave You With A Hangover

hydrating beer

Hydrating beer as a concept is a great one, but does it really work? And if so how? Australians are world renowned for their love of beer and already produce a number of high quality beers including Fosters and Castlemaine XXXX. Researchers at Griffith University’s Health Institute in Queensland, Australia have come up with an… Read more »

Starkenberger Beer Pools In A Castle, An Alcohol Lovers Dream

Starkenberger Beer Pools In A Castle, An Alcohol Lovers Dream

The Starkenberger beer pools might sound like a myth, but apparently they’re not. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, three pints of beer number the brain by up to 20 percent, so you better not inhale deeply when taking a dip in the Starkenberger beer pools. Considering that those from North Dakota and California drink the most… Read more »

Beer Belly A Myth, Researchers Say

Beer Belly Just A Myth, According To Medical Science

The beer belly myth is getting the boot thanks to a food science professor who says the science doesn’t add up. Typical wisdom for many holds that drinking beer regularly, rather than wine or liquor, leads to a protruding midsection. But medical science disagrees. “There’s nothing magical about the alcohol in beer, it’s just alcohol,”… Read more »