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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
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Pop Chart Lab has released a new wall chart entitled “The Diagram of Beer,” which encompasses over 600 individual beers and classifies them under each of their respective styles. Signed and numbered prints are available for pre-order and will begin shipping on May 15, 2015.
Belly up to the bar with our most comprehensive charting of beer yet—and that’s really saying something! This diligently detailed diagram breaks down over 600 notable beers into more than 100 styles, starting from Ale and Lager and drilling down into designations like Vegetable Ale, Rye Beer, Pilsner and Bock.
images via Pop Chart Lab
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The Unofficial Quidditch Pong Set combines the popular game of beer pong with the sport of quidditch from the Harry Potter series. The set includes three rings to be placed between the cups, two beaters, and a golden snitch ball. The site for the set includes a set of official rules for the hybrid game as well as a list of spells that can be called out during the game for various effects and rule changes.
photos via The Unofficial Quidditch Pong Set
The five Denmark-based members of The Bottle Boys (previously) recently showed off their skills by performing Johnny Cash‘s hit songs “Folsom Prison Blues” and “Ring of Fire” using beer bottles as instruments.
The songs are a perfect combination of great melodies and a really cool and down to earth groove underneath. We wanted to honour Cash’s style with a really simple look in our video, where we can just focus on what it is really about: the music!
Furthermore Johnny Cash’s songs let us experiment with different ways of playing on the bottles and lets us bend a lot of the notes to get closer to the way of singing all the blue notes. And in this video we even introduce a brand new thing: the bottle pluck. Even though it looks quite straight forward playing bass on the headrack and plucks on the table, the multitasking was quite challenging in the beginning. But we don’t play bottles because it is easy, but because it is hard!
New Belgium Brewing and Ben & Jerry’s have announced their collaboration on Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale, a special release beer benefiting Protect Our Winters, an environmental agency that seeks to raise awareness around climate change.
As Fellow B Corporations beholden to stakeholders including the earth, their communities and the environment, New Belgium Brewing and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream are excited to announce a partnership designed to please palates and raise awareness.Details at this time are preliminary, though New Belgium has developed a special release beer called Salted Caramel Brownie set to hit markets in the fall of 2015. The two like-mined businesses have long championed similar causes such as minimizing carbon pollution and supporting sustainable agriculture. This project will focus on environment awareness as well.
— Ben & Jerry's (@benandjerrys) April 16, 2015
image via Ben & Jerry’s
The Beer Engine is a custom-built motorcycle commissioned by the Hogs Back Brewery in Surrey, UK for a Discovery Channel competition. The motorcycle features a sidecar built from a beer barrel, as well as an onboard bar. Though it was ultimately disqualified from the competition due to its sidecar, the bike is still on-display at the brewery.
images via BBC