The Best Drinks To Pair With Hot Dogs On #NationalHotDogDay

The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council has designated July as Hot Dog Month and for 2017 Wednesday, July 19 as National Hot Dog Day. 

 

Budweiser Pays Tribute To The Notorious B.I.G. With New Tall Boy Cans

Budweiser is paying tribute to the Notorious B.I.G. with a new tall boy can and merch collection in partnership with the Christopher Wallace Estate. The limited-edition cans became available on July 14 exclusively in New York.

 

How to Start Making Beer at Home

Brewing beer at home isn’t as tricky as it sounds. Plenty of beer enthusiasts have tried their hand at creating bathtub liquor with varying degrees of success, although we wouldn’t recommend actually sticking beer in the washroom – it’s unsanitary. To start your brewing journey, you’ll need a few tools, cleaning practices, and ingredients found in your cupboard. 

 

Excellent Gift Ideas For Brothers That They Surely Adore!

Well, if you have a brother in your life then literally, you are blessed with the best. Yes, brother always comes up as a companion with whom you can fight a lot but in the end you need him under the sun to talk about all your annoying stuff, right? He is your sweetest friend who always kept your secrets deep inside his heart. Today, if you are independent and have a successful tomorrow then it is just because your brother is always there to hold you whenever you fail to achieve something. He is your teacher when you are going to hate your exams, he also has been as standard as your mother when you are in an off mood or he is the one who made his little sister stronger and smarter to handle the present world. In a nutshell, we want to say that he is the one who has played multiple roles in your life since you were a kid. Whether he fights with you, scolds you, or pulls your leg all the time, still, brothers are always special to you. He is totally unique from the outer world of men, and this uniqueness comes from a need for a unique gift surely. 

 
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Queen Elizabeth Has Launched Her Own Beer Brewed From Plants At Sandringham Estate

Queen Elizabeth has released her own beer, using plants grown on her Sandringham estate in England

 

The World’s Largest Brewer Dumps Millions Of Litres Of Beer Into The River Meuse

AB InBev, the largest brewer in the world, dumped millions of litres of beer into the River Meuse from its brewery in Jupille by Liege, Belgium.

 

Windhoek Wins Appeal In Banned Sexist Beer Ad Case

An appeals committee has cleared a Windhoek ad that was previously banned for supposedly suggesting that “real men drink real beer”. Regulators had read non-existent sexism into the ad, said the appeals committee of the Advertising Regulatory Bureau in a new decision, published on BusinessInsider.

 

Heineken Turns Wasted COVID-19 Beer Into Green Energy

the team at the HEINEKEN brewery in Manchester have found an innovative way to turn this wasted beer into green energy. The brewery in Manchester is using millions of pints of beer which the company was unable to sell with the COVID-19 closure of the on-trade to power its operations.

 
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This Guinness Ice Cream Float is out of this world

What could be better than beer, chocolate and ice cream?

 

Chocolate Guinness Cake for St Patricks Day

This St Patricks Day you can have your beer and eat it! This cake is magnificent in its damp blackness. I can’t say that you can absolutely taste the stout in it, but there is certainly a resonant, ferrous tang which I happen to love. The best way of describing it is to say that it’s like gingerbread without the spices. There is enough sugar – a certain understatement here – to counter any potential bitterness of the Guinness. This cake is also so popular that students of pastry schools often bake it.

 
 
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Beer

Beer is one of the world’s oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, when cereal was first farmed, and is recorded in the written history of ancient Iraq and ancient Egypt. Archaeologists speculate that beer was instrumental in the formation of civilizations