Articles Archive for January 2011

Bottoms Up!

This remarkable little invention from Grinon Industries is set to change the service industry as we know it. No more missing the second half of the rugby match if our stadiums install this little puppy!

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A nifty invention for beer drinkers

Ryan Rusnak is a name to commit to memory because we're sure in no time at all his invention is going to appear in houses all over the world.

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The Decadent Side of Beer

This month we look at using beer as the ingredient and not the accompaniment.

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The Pilsner

The first Pilsner was brewed in 1842 in the city of Plzen, Bohemia, now known as the Czech Republic. It was a beer very different from its counterparts of the day. Most beers brewed during that time were usually dark, heavy and cloudy, but the Pilsner presented the drinker with brilliant clarity, golden colour and a light body that made it an instant success.

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Beer Unites

Last weekend at a fellow brewer’s house I was introduced to a new way of drinking beer. I don’t mean drinking out of a shoe, the coinage glass, or puncturing a can and downing it as quickly as possible like Varsity students do, I’m talking about mixing beers.

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