I have, myself, been mad at beer. One time I drank several too many Smithwick’s at a pub quiz, and the following morning had the worst beer shits in the history of mankind. Fuckin’ beer! This is not like that: Seattle Sounders fans are mad at beer for, like, appropriation, or whatever.
Many people love knocking back a few hop-tastic brews like Indian Pale Ales after a long week, but not supertasters. In fact, they can barely stand the taste of beer at all. If that sounds familiar, you might be a supertaster yourself.
Toronto FC tied Atlanta United 2-2 yesterday to seal up MLS’s Eastern Conference with a record-breaking 69 points. The best highlight of the game came in the second half, when Jozy Altidore (lol) finished past Bard Guzan (lol) and got a beer tossed in his direction by an Atlanta fan. Ever the kind helper, Sebastian…
What’s with this Nets fan, who just sits there and lets his beer get blasted to hell by an errant Quincy Acy pass? Hey, look alive, buddy!
We talk a lot about poorly-supported product categories around here, but the insulated tumbler market is definitely not one of them. The sheer number of entries into the insulated drinking vessel space was a running joke at Outdoor Retailer this year, so today we’re going to try to make sense of your options.
It’s beer and hot dog time on Ask a Clean Person: The Podcast!
Even if you’re at a minor league game between the Fort Wayne TinCaps and the Clinton LumberKings, the rules are the same: If you catch a foul ball in your beer cup, you have to chug that shit.
The Canadian legal system has reached a conclusion in the Great Beer-Throwing Incident of the 2016 American League Wild Card game.
There are plenty of reasons people love glass soda bottles, not the least of which is ergonomics.
This is great. Last night, the Pirates’ broadcast touted Sunday’s kids day, where all fans 14 and under in attendance would be given a free baseball glove. To go along with the promotion, the broadcast showed kids in the stands.
Just like that Marlins guy last night, Cubs fans in the bleachers got wet trying to catch a dinger this afternoon. Unfortunately, this was because Anthony Rizzo’s first-inning dong exploded a fan’s wayward beer.
As seen on Shark Tank, the Fizzics Waytap beer dispenser takes any standard can or bottle of beer, agitates it with sound waves, and dispenses it with just the right amount of “micro-foam” to simulate beer straight from the tap. There are no gasses or chemicals at work here; just sound waves powered by AA batteries.
That man you see above you there is Rutgers Athletic Director Pat Hobbs, indulging in a cold one at the official Rutgers student tailgate before the school’s game against New Mexico on Saturday. Rutgers opened up a student tailgate zone this season to try and boost attendance, but after two games, the school has…
Make no bones about it, life is a struggle. From navigating the daily rat race, to raising a family, to trying to watch TV while enjoying a frosty brew from a giant mug. Every time you take a sip, the other side of the mug usually blocks your view, but not with the brilliantly engineered TV Beer Mug.
The results are in: Teens are inhaling The Good Plant like never before.
For the record, baseball gloves tend to perform better as catching devices.
For the discerning American beer drinker, these are truly glorious times. Odds are, your town features a craft brewery or two, and even if it doesn’t, big “craft” brewers like Sierra Nevada or New Belgium have never been more accessible in stores and bars. If you want, you could go the rest of your inebriated life…