Straight from Scotland, here’s the world’s first 130 proof beer, which means it’s 65% alcohol, which means this is not a beer to be taken lightly. It’ll cost you around $64 a bottle, but isn’t that worth it?
With fall upon us, there’s going to be plenty of time for autumn activities, which will include things like pumpkins and beer and eating and more pumpkins and beer. With a little bit of carving, you can combine two of those by making your very own pumpkin keg.
If it’s been a while since you’ve been to a Red Robin, here’s a good reason to try it again— a Sam Adams beer spiked milkshake. DELICIOUS.
To those who don’t already know this, the White House makes some notoriously choice homebrew and has treated their recipes as state secrets. The People completed a petition to release the recipe and even (halfway jokingly) threatened a Freedom of Information Act inquest, so the POTUS let us in on the deets. It sounds more than drinkable! NOT BAD.
I got bored with a Dremel earlier. Now I have a new bottle opener.
Guinness is moving forward with a plan to put a QR code design onto some of their iconic proprietary tulip glasses that can only be scanned when there’s a pint of the black stuff in it (i.e. Bud Light in this glass makes the code unscanable). When introduced, the code will automatically update your Twitter about the pint you’re drinking as well as update your Facebook, check you in on foursquare, and allow you to access coupons and exclusive content. Now, you have something to take pictures of at the bar other than boobs and your dick.
Today’s discussion comes from another anon, who is curious about those in the IHC community who are home brewers. Do you make beer or wine or other? What’s your favorite homebrew recipe?