Weird History Food explored the long effervescent history behind the invention of beer beginning with China.
Rhetty for History looked back at once-popular beer brands that were discontinued and/or made unavailable over the last century.
Weird History Food compiled an effervescent list of innovations in the food industry that can be originally attributed to beer.
"Underground Marvels" explored the subterranean tunnels of Cincinnati, Ohio, where German immigrants brewed beer.
Context News visited Svalbard Craft Brewery, the world's northernmost brewery which operates out of the polar Norwegian town of Longyearbyen.
BBC's Michael Barrat interviewed Christopher Hudson who explained that his giant African snail Boozy enjoys drinking from a pint of beer.
Bloomberg Quicktake examines the rise of non-alcoholic beer, how it's changed over the last decade and why it's become so popular.
Weird History food recounted some of the most lethal and tragic food-related disasters that occurred during the the 19th and 20th centuries.
America's Test Kitchen offered several handy solutions for opening a bottle of beer when there isn't a bottle opener to be found.
Matt Thompson of Thompson Woodworks crafted a bottle opener Rube Goldberg machine that spits out Skittles with a bottle cap.