In a lot of video games, as you get hammered on by the bad guys, your heart counter goes down. Lose all your hearts, and you die. In some of those games you can refill your heart counter by drinking some sort of special health elixir.
Hey, kids, what time is it?!? It’s spring break, baby. And this time of year means lots of irresponsible drinking. But how do you make chugging easier for the masses? The answer is the Chug N’ Plug beer shotgunning tool from Greenlife Technologies.
Meet Dogfish Head SuperEIGHT, a Gose beer created in collaboration with Kodak. Why would Kodak be involved with beer you ask? Well, this beer has the perfect pH to develop film when you add some ingredients.
You know I always thought that the Lucky Charms leprechaun seemed a little drunk. Hey, if you drink enough you’re gonna be seeing pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, green clovers, and blue diamonds everywhere. This Lucky Charms inspired beer is exactly what he would drink.
It’s 2019, and ordinary beer bongs just won’t cut it. Gravity just doesn’t deliver beer fast enough for some people. That’s why we now have the Q-bong pressurized beer bong, a device designed to shoot beer down the throat of its recipient faster than ever.
LG is a name best known for their TVs, smartphones, and other consumer electronics, but now the company has a machine that will make beer in your home. It’s like a Keurig, but for beer. Now we have your attention.
It’s late August, and already the mornings are getting cool and the Aspens are starting to change colors here in Colorado. That means that the masses will soon be sitting outside around fire pits roasting marshmallows.
People love HBO’s Game of Thrones, so of course the merchandising tie-in volume has been pretty heavy. You can buy GoT-themed Funko Pops, action figures, plushes, and much more. The latest entry vying for you to pay the gold price comes from New York brewery Ommegang who has partnered with HBO Licensing for their newest Game of Thrones-themed beer.
Here’s a critical hit to your sobriety. These Beer Dice from Artisan Dice are pretty much your typical tabletop gaming dice, except they contain compressed hops encased in crystal meth resin, and are also inlaid with brass numbers.
Second Self Beer Company has introduced a new IPA ale inspired by The Legend of Zelda. It goes by the name of Triforce IPA. Right now it is available at the brewery’s taproom in Atlanta, and other select stores and bars in the area, plus Alabama.
Beer is a major food group for many people, like my uncle. He doesn’t buy his Bud in cans, he has a standing WEEKLY order for a keg at the local beer store. He bought so many kegs, the Budweiser rep knew him and gave him one of those fancy bar tap thingies for Christmas one year.
Amazon’s recently unveiled brick-and-mortar grocery store, Amazon Go, not just sell food, it’s going to sell booze too. Okay, now I’m all for this. This convenience store, currently running as a test in Seattle, wants to revolutionize the old corner shop by eliminating human cashiers almost entirely.
HBO and Brewery Ommegang have teamed up once again for a NEW Game of Thrones beer. It is a Golden Ale called Bend the Knee. Presumably because that’s what you have to do in front of the toilet after you’ve had more than your share.
Would you drink Oreo beer? I don’t know. The idea seems both enticing and disgusting at the same time. But I would try it – for science of course. The Veil Brewing Co. of Richmond, Virginia, has unveiled just such a beer called Hornswoggler Chocolate Milk Stout with Oreos.
Opening a beer is something that my uncle took pleasure in grossing me out with. He would crack them open using his teeth and I was always sure his teeth would shatter. He literally had a steel plate in his head, and once pulled his own impacted tooth with pliers – and it was the wrong tooth.