In the latest video by The Slow Mo Guys, Daniel uses science (the principle of cavitation) to break the bottom out of a beer bottle with the palm of his hand. Gavin and Daniel filmed the cool trick in super slow motion at 2,500 frames per second.
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Brewing Beer with Robots, Short Video About the San Francisco Robotic Brewery Dirty Robot Brew Works
“Brewing Beer with Robots” is a short video about Dirty Robot Brew Works, a San Francisco nanobrewery that employs robots throughout its brewing process. The video is the first episode of Brew Age, a new web series on beer brewing produced by TestTube.
submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Scottish brewery Brewmeister released Snake Venom, which they describe as “the world’s strongest beer.” It boasts an impressive 67.5% ABV (alcohol by volume), which is very high considering beers are typically under ten percent. Just last year Brewmeister created the Armageddon, their previous strongest beer, which contained 65% ABV. Snake Venom is available to purchase online and ships internationally from The Real Ale Company.
Contains special ingredients to achieve such a high volume of alcohol including smoked peat malt and two types of yeast: beer yeast and champagne yeast.
Unlike Armageddon, Snake Venom is not designed to mask the taste of the alcohol. The alcohol is very strong but the beer still tastes like a beer rather than a spirit. It’s hoppy, malty and very pleasant.
Snake Venom is so strong that we have put a warning label on the neck of the bottle warning drinkers to beware.
image via Brewmeister
“Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire.”
A Winter Warmer to warm your Globe, or a Global Warmer to warm your Winter? There’s no denying the Beer Climate is changing.
images via Sixpoint
“The Great American Beer Festival, also known as the distant father’s expo.”
On a recent episode of Conan, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog recapped his trip to Denver, Colorado where he visited the Great American Beer Festival. Triumph had his work cut out for him as he ruthlessly badgered beer judges, brewers, and even babies.
video via Team Coco
“My family is proud of our tradition of making fine gut poison.”
Cracked has created a beer commercial parody that imagines what it would be like “If Beer Ads Were Forced to Be Honest.” The beer spokesman (Roger) may have gone into a little too much detail while breaking down the creation process of his “addictive liver brain poison.”
Breweries would go out of business in a hurry.