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Pong Beer is a beer marketed for playing the drinking game (sorry, sport) of beer pong. Sold in “Rack Packs” of 30 cans (each comes with 2 pong-playing balls), this new light beer makes it easy to play beer pong. It is brewed by LaTrobe Brewing Company and currently has limited distribution.
The Phenomenon: The sport of beer pong has grown from an obsessive game played by college students into a mainstream industry.
via Time NewsFeed
image via Pong Beer
Beertone is a detailed reference guide for beer that looks like a Pantone color swatch book. It currently catalogs 202 Swiss beers by their color and the folks behind it plan on expanding future versions to include beers from around the world. Pre-orders are being taken now.
The bright beers will start the guide ending with the dark ones. Each Beer will be presented with picture, description and of course its color Information, RGB, CMYK, Web, SRM( that’s the beer color scale). We are shooting each beer, bottle and the beer itself in a glass.
BeerMenus is a convenient and free iPhone app (an Android version is in the works) that allows users to be notified when their favorite beer (or a beer they want to try) is being served or sold nearby.
Find places selling beers you love or want to try, and browse up-to-date beer menus for bars, restaurants, and beer stores nearby.
• Follow beers to get notified when they become available nearby.
• Follow places to get notified when they change their beer menu.
• Log the beers you drink to keep track of and easily find your favorites.
• Find places selling beers you love or want to try.
• Browse up-to-date beer menus.
images via BeerMenus
via Mike Rugnetta
In the five minute video “The Art and Science of Beer,” beer expert Charlie “The Pope of Foam” Bamforth explains beer brewing from start to finish and provides tips on beer enjoyment. Among his nuggets of wisdom: for the freshest beer, buy cans at the store and order the bestselling beer at the bar. Bamforth is the Professor of Malting and Brewing Science at University of California, Davis. The video was shot at the University’s pilot brewery.
video via University of California, Davis
via Boing Boing
UPDATE: According to First & Goal, who oversee operations at Qwest Field, the 16oz cups actually hold 20oz, so fans buying a 16oz beer were actually getting 20oz of beer for the same price.
The Coffee + Donut Stout Beer Making Kit by Brooklyn Brew Shop is a home beer brewing kit to create “a dark-roasted, rich and creamy breakfast stout for those of us not afraid of beer for breakfast.”
The optional addition of crushed coffee beans and dried coconut flakes gives the beer a complex espresso roast with a subtle coconut finish. The perfect dose to warm and wake you up.