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Yuengling-themed hotel coming

Pennsylvanians love their local Yuengling beer, but it’s not Pennsylvania that will be getting a Yuengling-themed hotel, it’s Florida. According to a Facebook post from United Residents for Better Neighborhoods Tampa Bay, “Yuengling Beer Company is moving forward with a large mixed-use development at 11111 North 30th Street just south of USF next to its main brewery. The project includes 200 hotel rooms, a microbrewery, a beer garden, a tasting room, 12,700 square feet of restaurant space, a ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Florida, Hotels, Beer, Pennsylvania, Miami, Tampa, All, USF, Yuengling, WTSP, Beer Hotel, Wendy Yuengling


How to get tickets for the California Craft Beer Summit and Beer Festival in Long Beach

Put your beers down and get online now because early bird tickets for the California Craft Beer Summit and Beer Festival, an event that usually takes place in Sacramento but will be coming to the Long Beach Convention Center in September, went on sale today. The early bird tickets will be sold for the event, which runs Sept. 12-14, until July 19, with prices ranging from $45-$299 for the three-day industry expo, conference and festival that attracts brewers and beer experts from throughout the s...
Tags: California, Sacramento, Sport, Beer, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Sacramento Convention Center, Long Beach Convention Center, Marina Green Park, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Restaurant Reviews + Food


Earn Your Brew

The Southern Appalachians have their share of trails: bike trails, hiking trails, paddle trails—and thanks to the craft brewery boom, an abundance of beer trails. Explore multiple breweries, wineries, and distilleries while also enjoying quick access to some of the South’s best adventures. BREWLY NOTED BEER TRAIL, Tennessee/Virginia—48 miles The Tri-Cities of Johnson City, Kingsport and Bristol have become a celebrated beer hub, and the Brewly Noted Beer Trail links several craft brewerie...
Tags: Sport, Beer, Cycling, Go Outside, May 2019


Guns N' Roses sue brewery over Guns 'N' Rosé beer

Rock band argue the beer will look to consumers like an official product and has caused them ‘irreparable damage’ Guns N’ Roses are suing a Colorado brewery for trademark infringement over a beer named Guns ‘N’ Rosé.In a California court filing, the band argue that consumers are likely to be confused by the branding from Oskar Blues Brewery, part of the Canarchy Craft Brewing Collective, and could assume it is an official partnership. The complaint argues that the band’s brand has thus had “irre...
Tags: Music, Colorado, California, US news, Beer, Culture, Pop and rock, Guns N' Roses, Oskar Blues Brewery, Canarchy Craft Brewing Collective


The Craft Beer Scene in the Finger Lakes of New York

I tried an unfiltered cask ale from The Beerocracy, a cream ale with corn and honey from Grist Iron Brewing Company, and Slo’ Mo’ IPA from Empire Brewing my first night in the Finger Lakes and knew this was going to be a good trip. For a few days after I drank my way across the state, trying a few flavorful beers paired with cupcakes at Felicia’s Atomic Brewhouse, then had a...Read the whole entry... »          Related Stories Afternoon Hedonism With Texas BBQ and Pie43 Beers From 4 Historic...
Tags: Travel, New York, Texas, Beer, Food & Drink, Syracuse, Memphis, New York State, Us Travel, Microbrewery, Felicia, Corning, Craft Beer, Finger Lakes, Beer Making, Brewery Tours


Rugby World Cup committee warns Japan not to run out of beer

Issue was raised as part of briefing sessions in cities tipped to deal with the largest influx of international visitorsIt’s the stuff of nightmares for rugby fans: organisers of the upcoming World Cup in Japan have raised fears that bars and restaurants in host cities could run out of beer during the tournament.As part of the planning for the 2019 Rugby World Cup, the organising committee has urged business operators to order in sufficient quantities of beer to avoid upsetting travelling fans, ...
Tags: Food, Japan, World news, Beer, Asia Pacific, Rugby Union, Rugby World Cup, Jiji Press, Rugby World Cup 2019


Monks launch legal fight to protect water purity of Trappist beer

Belgian brothers fear Lhoist lime quarrying will threaten production of brewAs keepers of one of only 14 abbeys in the world producing Trappist beer, the monks of Notre-Dame de Saint-Rémy, in Rochefort, are dogged defenders of the purity of the spring water from which it is made.A long-running attempt by one of Belgium’s richest families, the Lhoist-Berghmans, to lower the area’s groundwater level to help prolong the life of their local lime quarry business has been fought against hard by the mo...
Tags: Food, Europe, Environment, Water, World news, Beer, Mining, Belgium, Rochefort, Lhoist, Notre Dame de Saint Rémy


'Don't mess with our beers': outrage in Mexico over motion to ban sale of cold beer

A lawmaker in Mexico City proposed outlawing the sale of the cold drink in a bid to reduce public and underage drinkingMexico City residents may have to slake their thirsts with warm beer after a local lawmaker introduced a motion on Wednesday to ban the sale of the cold beverage in convenience stores.The motion – met with incredulity on social media – would modify Mexico City’s commerce laws to ban selling beer or beverages of 7% or less alcohol content, which are “refrigerated or in different ...
Tags: Mexico, Americas, World news, Beer, Mexico City, Don


What Is a Beer Belly, Anyway?

Having a large belly is associated with a greater risk of heart disease and death, but to understand the beer belly (which you can’t actually blame on beer), you have to look inside it.Read more...
Tags: Health, Alcohol, Beer, Body, Lifehacks


You Can Live With A Polar Bear Mother And Cub With These Life-Sized Art Masterpieces

This unique work is the first in film-oriented creative studio Blast, Inc.’s ANIMALS AS ART product line. Blast, Inc.’s producer Junya Okabe got the idea after he had the misfortune of seeing a taxidermy specimen of a once living polar bear set up in a storefront during a visit abroad. More: Shop h/t: grapee Although deeply saddened to know that such as majestic creature had been... Source
Tags: Design, Animals, Beer, Sculpture, Mother, Polar, Blast Inc, Junya Okabe


Pechanga Resort & Casino is debuting a sake and beer festival and here’s what it will look like

Pechanga Resort & Casino already has events dedicated to beer and wine, but they’ve added another drink-themed event to their roster. The star attraction this time? Sake. About 400 people are expected to pour into the Pechanga Summit on Saturday, April 20, for the first-ever Sake and Beer Festival, where they’ll be able to sample more than 40 varieties of the rice wine as well as beer and Japanese food. A taiko drummer, guitarist and harpist will play traditional Japanese music for the event. Th...
Tags: Drinks, Casinos, Sport, Beer, Things To Do, Soccer, Southern California, Owen, Umi, Pechanga Resort, Michael Carbonaro, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Sun


We’re Live!

A new user playing with Beertender Beertender is Live! The day has finally come! Beertender is officially available to download in the App Store. At first, the app was only able to be downloaded by devices most currently updated with the newest version of iOS 12. Our first update to the app was to lower that threshold to OS 11+ devices, considering I had just bought a new phone and STILL could not download it. Nevertheless, most people with an iPhone now have access to it, which means your fi...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, News, Instagram, Austin, Beer, Brewery, Austin Startups, App-development, Beertender, Beertender Beertender


What Your Beer Says About You

You may think that there’s no correlation between your favorite of beer and your personality. But there is. Scroll down to find out the bitter truth about yourself! h/t: Source
Tags: Design, Beer, Humor, Facts, Inspirations


Letter of Recommendation: Letter of Recommendation: Spuds MacKenzie

The Bud Light mascot embodied the entitled recklessness of being young, white and rich. Admire him without guilt — you can’t cancel a dog.
Tags: News, Dogs, Beer, Advertising and Marketing, Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, Parties (Social, Spuds MacKenzie


The Pizza-and-Beer Train: New York City’s Hidden Railroad

Most New Yorkers have not heard of the New York & Atlantic Railway, a freight line in the middle of New York City. But the line is growing, as rail freight emerges as a viable option.
Tags: News, Pizza, New York City, Beer, Railroads, Amtrak, Brooklyn (NYC, Transit Systems, Freight (Cargo, New York Atlantic Railway


5 local breweries to visit if you miss them at the LA Beer Festival this weekend

The LA Beer Festival was a sellout last year and with 80 breweries coming from all over the country — and even a few from outside the U.S. — the event will likely draw a big crowd again when it returns to downtown L.A. April 6. Those who snag tickets can attend one of two three-hour tasting sessions to try to sample as many of the 200 brews being poured as possible. Beer Map The Big Brewery Map of Southern California There isn’t going to be enough time, and it may not even be physicall...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Beer, Things To Do, Soccer, Broadway, Joe, San Fernando, San Fernando Valley, IPA, Grand Central Market, Redondo Beach, Redlands, Hangar, San Fernando Road, Tajín


Excellent Beers to Sip This Spring

From fruited to straightforward, some of our favorite brews for better weather Sipping a holiday-spiced stout in July or a light lager in December, at least for our Northern Hemisphere readers, may feel incongruent. Seasonal beer is meant to complement weather and the ensuing sensations. In colder months, a darker, higher ABV option suits best; while in summer, something ultra-light and refreshing quenches thirsts accentuated …
Tags: Design, Alcohol, Beer, Spring, Ale, Food + Drink, Breweries, Northern Hemisphere, Craft Beer, Beers, Sour, Brooklyn Breweries, Pilsner, Spring Beer


What's the Most Interesting Bar in Your City?

Every bar should have a “thing.” My very favorite bar, Burp Castle in the East Village of Manhattan, is themed like a monastery; the bartenders wear monks’ robes and gently shush the patrons to keep the noise down. My local Brooklyn bar, High Dive, isn’t quite so distinctive, but it serves popcorn and has pinball in…Read more...
Tags: Bars, Beer, Cities, Brooklyn, Drinking, Cocktails, Wine, Lifehacks, Your City, East Village of Manhattan


Doomsday Hound Russian Imperial Stout – Review

A Russian imperial stout. A picture of a dark hellhound on the can. The name “Doomsday Hound.” It’s obvious New Realm had targeted this beer right at me. Reading these signs I took it upon myself to pick up the gauntlet they had thrown down and drink it. I…well, that metaphor just went right to hell, so never mind. You’ve got a 9.5% ABV here and when you open it, the aroma at first makes it seems like it’s one of those UberStouts. You know the type: “I am a STOUT and I will beat you to DEATH wi...
Tags: Reviews, Beer


Sunday Routine: How the Brewmaster of Brooklyn Brewery Spends His Sundays

Garrett Oliver credits his father with his weekend credo: “Doing Creative Nothing.” He lives by it.
Tags: News, Beer, Brooklyn, Christie's, Ny, Brooklyn Brewery, Garrett Oliver, Boerum Hill (Brooklyn


Utah allowing beer over 3.2 percent

If you always felt like it was tougher to get drunk in Utah than anywhere else, you were not just imagining things. For the past 86 years, Utah has prohibited the sale of any beer containing more than 3.2 percent alcohol at grocery and convenience stores. That regulation will soon come to an end — and just in time for next year’s ski season. Thanks to a new bill signed by Governor Gary Herbert, retailers in Utah will be allowed to sell beer containing up to 4 percent alcohol by weight, start...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Beer, Republican, All, Gary Herbert, Jerry Stevenson, Utah Beer, Europe The post Utah


Budlight Gets Sued Over Dumb Superbowl Commercial

I know who I'm rooting for in this beer rumble.
Tags: Law, Advertising, Beer, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite, False Advertising


Lazy Dog freshens up its menu for spring with ingredients like edible flowers, bee pollen, pork belly

Spring is in bloom at Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, or to be more specific, on its plates and in its glasses. Chef Gabriel Caliendo is using flowers to access some of the dishes and specialty drinks on his spring menu, which will be rolled out Tuesday, March 26. Caliendo is vice president for food and beverage for the Orange County-based casual restaurant chain. It has 26 locations in Western states. Thirteen are in Southern California, and the footprint is growing. He makes two major menu changes ...
Tags: Colorado, Los Angeles, Sport, Beer, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Orange County, Southern California, San Marcos, Northern California, Rubio, Philly, Snake River Canyon, Brea, Photos And Videos


Lazy Dog freshens up its menu for spring

Spring is in bloom at Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, or to be more specific, on its plates and in its glasses. Chef Gabriel Caliendo is using flowers to access some of the dishes and specialty drinks on his spring menu, which will be rolled out Tuesday, March 26. Caliendo is vice president for food and beverage for the Orange County-based casual restaurant chain. It has 26 locations in Western states. Thirteen are in Southern California, and the footprint is growing. He makes two major menu changes ...
Tags: Colorado, Los Angeles, Sport, Beer, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Orange County, Southern California, San Marcos, Northern California, Rubio, Philly, Snake River Canyon, Brea, Photos And Videos


Photography News: Meet the beer that processes film and the first pinhole zoom

Who knew the photography world need film-processing beer and a zooming pinhole lens? Find them among the oddities announced in this week's photography news. SuperEight is a beer with the acidity and Vitamin C ideal for developing film. The post Photography News: Meet the beer that processes film and the first pinhole zoom appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Photography, Beer, Camera Film, Capture One, Dji


MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over ‘Misleading’ Corn Syrup Ad

The lawsuit says the commercial, which first aired during the Super Bowl, implies that there is corn syrup in Coors Light and Miller Lite in order to “frighten” consumers into choosing Bud Light.
Tags: Beer, Corn Syrup and Sweeteners, Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, MillerCoors


This craft beer was formulated to develop Kodak 8mm film

Craft beers can have really interesting ingredients and flavors, and even get a little quirky. Delaware craft brewer Dogfish Head has launched a unique beer that will quench your thirst and let you develop film. It’s named SuperEIGHT and yes, just as the name suggests, it can be used to process Super8 motion picture film. […] The post This craft beer was formulated to develop Kodak 8mm film appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Kodak, Beer, Super 8, Delaware, Film Developing


The Spirit of Experimentation: Westward Whiskey

We tour the brand’s facilities in Oregon Straight ahead, through the front doors of Westward Whiskey‘s new distillery, there are dozens of bottles in varying shapes and sizes with an assortment of labels tucked into a glass case. These are the Portland brand’s archive bottles, stretching back to when they were originally founded in 2004 as House Spirits Distillery. There’s a small-batch bourbon whiskey, an original …
Tags: Design, Oregon, Alcohol, Beer, Portland, Whiskey, Brewing, Spirits, Food + Drink, Distilleries, House Spirits Distillery, Distillery Tours, Westward Whiskey, Oregon Straight


POTD: Heckler & Koch Beer Steins

Today’s Photo is a bit odd, I admit it, but we all need to relax with a beer every now and then. What could be better than to drink that beer in a very limited edition of a HK Stein? At least 100 people had the same thought, they were gone in minutes of being […] Read More … The post POTD: Heckler & Koch Beer Steins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Beer, Koch, Stein, Photo of the Day, Beer Can AR, H&K. Heckler & Koch