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.
Bloomberg Quicktake examines the rise of non-alcoholic beer, how it's changed over the last decade and why it's become so popular.
America's Test Kitchen offered several handy solutions for opening a bottle of beer when there isn't a bottle opener to be found.
Captain Lawrence Brewing has partnered with Snyder's of Hanover to make two different pretzel-themed beers for Oktoberfest.
Matt Thompson of Thompson Woodworks crafted a bottle opener Rube Goldberg machine that spits out Skittles with a bottle cap.
Rush partnered with Henderson Brewery to create "Moving Pitchers", a blonde Belgian ale that plays upon the band's 1981 album "Moving Pictures".
Rhetty for History compiled an amusing array of less than memorable items from across the retail spectrum that were introduced in the 1990s.