For a limited time, Budweiser is replacing the signature “Budweiser” label on its packaging with “America,” in the name of beautiful branded patriotism.
There’s nothing like cracking a cold beer on a hot summer day, but what if your six-pack isn’t chilled? You’ve got to find a way to get those brews frosty, lest you face the horror of a lukewarm libation. That’s why we’re trying a couple methods to cool your beer quickly.
Tired of living the high life but have no idea where to turn next? Up for whatever but boring light beers that your mom drinks? Well, then the only cure for your thirst is a craft beer injected with thick, gelatinous horse cum. No, let’s not argue about this. Just pay the nice bartender and gulp that shit down. Notice…
It’s the end of the day and I’m craving a brewskie. IPA? More like I.P.-NO WAY. Brooklyn Lager? Throw it in the garbage bag-ger. That’s right, baby. Mama wants to live the High Life.
A few weeks ago, I fulfilled two lifelong dreams, one conscious and one very subconscious. The first: I attended a Shania Twain concert. (Should you desire, you can read about that heavenly experience here.) The second: I drank beer out of a straw for what felt like the first time.
Here’s something many of us have wondered in times when more pressing matters aren’t taking up our brains: why are beer commercials so sexy? Am I being sold a Bud Light (the most delicious alcoholic beverage with the worst tagline ever) or sex with a beer can? And if it’s the latter, who would do that?
Sorry, Oregon, but you’re not being as creative as you think—National Bohemian has already been packaging sewage water as beer for decades.
As people waste our time debating how much to tip baristas (the correct amount: the small pile of coins they give back to you after your transaction is complete) and bartenders ($1 per drink), a second, much more significant beverage problem has once again been overlooked: the frustrating delays caused by people who…
If you've not already wasted all of your capitalist tears on Apple's sentimental sob-fest of a commercial, worry not. Stella Artois has got you covered four times over.
Someone has invented a table top beer dispenser designed to deliver cold beer on tap without the use of a keg.
Great news everybody! Florida Man is back and he's brought along his wife, Florida Woman. This time, he's in trouble for calling police because his wife threw away his beer.
Everyone's favorite rambling Texan actor Matthew McConaughey discovered he had a very special neighbor during a trip to New Orleans. McConaughey was hanging out on a balcony, doing typical McConaughey stuff, when fellow handsome actor person Brad Pitt emerged from a balcony across the street.
Gizmodo has teamed up with Brooklyn’s Sixpoint Brewery to create a limited-edition IPA called Hop Tech 431, brewed especially for the Home of the Future. Last week, we looked at the story behind HBC 431, the mysterious and experimental hop we’ve chosen to brew with. Today, we’re exploring exactly what goes into…
A reader spotted this flyer for a sex tracking app from Nipple.io at SXSW this weekend.
A team of Canadians (bless you, Canadians) is currently developing a beverage that combines two things that many might find disparate: beer and sports drinks.
Thanks to some help from a beer company, Canadian athletes and their friends at Canada Olympic House in Sochi can treat themselves to free beer. Yes, that's right. Free. Freaking. Beer. All they have to do to get is scan their passports in a vending machine.
Hop Valley, the brewer behind a beer either offhandedly or deliberately named "Mouth Raper" (depending on who you believe) responded to a recent Jezebel article on the issue, denying the beer in question was ever called that. However, a current employee of the brewer disputes their claim.
"Mouth Raper" beer might be the worst name for a product since Ayds Diet Candy (YES THAT WAS A REAL THING)*.
Everybody in the preschool getting tipsy.
Non-alcoholic beers take a lot of flack, and rightly so. The great majority of them taste like swampwater (and give you less of a buzz). But are any of them actually good? We tried 14 different non-alcoholic beers to find out. And the answer is a definitive yes.