This iPhone case ensures that you won't ever be unable to open a bottle of beer.
Win at this game and it'll pour you a cup of ice cold beer.
Biomass powered boiler saves brewery on operating costs, keeps it green.
While this video of two guys furiously shaking and then opening cans of beer won't revolutionize your carbonated beverage drinking habits, you will get to watch two guys furiously shaking and then opening cans of beer. Now, that's fun for everyone. Happy Friday!
Brewing beer is an art. You have to monitor the fermentation and timing to make sure the process ends up as delicious beer instead of something skunky. With all that's involved, it's hardly surprising that some industrious super geek hacked his way into taking out the guesswork with the help of a Raspberry Pi.
The "Atomic Age" of the 1950s saw the nuke-armed U.S. and U.S.S.R facing off. During the creation of the bomb, the U.S. didn't give much thought about what would happen if one headed our way. It seemed like a good idea to the government to a thorough testing as to what would happen in that event.
Anybody who buys beer directly from a microbrewery knows that it often comes in a big fat half gallon bottle called a growler. But how do you get those precious bottles home without risking them smashing into each other? You give them their own car seat, of course, that straps them right in just like a baby carrier.
Some people hate beer foam and will gripe about how you're not pouring the beer into a glass at an angle and all that BS and some people love it because it's brings out the aromatic flavor of the brew. If you fall into the latter boat, this instant-foaming mug by Brando is the perfect gift for you.
We've seen too many weird vending machines in our time, but this is the first time we've seen one where you need to ram it on its side to get it to dispense the goods. We sure hope you've got the upper shoulder strength to work this beer vending machine.
Don't you hate trying to move in a crowded club, only to be jostled so half of your beer ends up on the floor? Well it looks like the Australian brewery Hahn is working on a solution.