Beer Porn: A deliciously sexy photo of one’s “personal” beer collection (scandalous brew labels and naughty close-ups of beer lacing).
First it was the ultra badass photo of Hillary in shades texting on her Blackberry while on a military plane like it’s NBD, inspiring the hit blog “Texts From Hillary.” Now, the Secretary of State is giving her colleagues a run for their money with snapped photos of her living it up in Columbia for the weeked. Continue Reading
As much as I like a good brew, I have to say this news came as a bit of a damper on my image of a suave Bond leaning against the bar as he nonchalantly orders a martini, “Shaken, not stirred.” In what the film’s star admits as “unfortunate,” the next Bond movie “Skyfall” will be broadening the secret agent’s taste for gorgeous women, cars and badass drinks to include…Heineken. Continue Reading
According to RateBeer.com, the current title for the world’s strongest beer goes to “finis coronat opus” at 57.7 % ABV by Schorschbräu. Continue Reading
Back in 2010, the makers of BrewDog launched into an epic race to create THE WORLD’S STRONGEST BEER. What resulted was a beer strong enough to knock your knickers off in one gulp and shocking enough to wonder what the hell they were thinking. Thus, after much boundary pushing and brew mastering, The End of History was revealed. At 55% ABV, BrewDog held the title of the world’s strongest beer for about a week. Of course, the lads known for their showmanship couldn’t help but add a little twist — the beers were encased with the stuffed bodies of roadkill, literally. Nothing like a furry little animal to pair with your glass of brew? Yikes.
However, if you’re thinking of purchasing your own bottle, the brew was sadly (or fortunately) an extreme limited edition. Named after the philosopher Francis Fukuyama’s work, only 12 bottles of the blond Belgian beer were made at $760 a bottle.
Stay tuned for BSB’s post on the brew that currently holds the title of “The World’s Strongest Beer!”
Before it even got a chance to run the drunken streets of downtown, the LA Beerathon was cancelled by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. Yikes, party foul much? Continue Reading