"Hi (your place), would you like to join me for a Miller Lite? (Your treat) It's on me."
In the Fall of 1814, a massive vat of porter exploded in a London brewery, causing a 15 ft high wave of beer to wreak havoc.
This is going to be super helpful for a lot of folks who are really trying to limit their shopping trips in these weird times.
In this fascinating short video, YouTuber Jamie Goode visits the Cork Supply factory in Portugal and finds out how it's done.
Opening day for the highly anticipated brewery is set for Friday, February 14th with a special evening launch from 5-10pm.
What Andy McConnell thought was old port was really a superstitious brew of the time meant to ward off witches, bad luck and curses.
We thought this might be a joke at first but it's 100% real. The Glenlivet is giving its whiskies the Tide pod treatment...
Earlier this month, a raging inferno torched a bunch of Jim Beam to death in Woodford County, Kentucky.