History of American Beer

History of American Beer

The United States of America is considered to be the brewery capital of the world. Even if China beats it in beer production in volume, America has the title for most breweries in one country. Having more than 3,000 breweries from industry giants, brewpubs to microbreweries. The United States of America reportedly … Read more

History of Japanese Beer

Japanese Beer

Beer was first introduced in Japan during the 17th century in the Edo period. It all started when Dutch traders that were stationed in Nagasaki opened a beer hall for sailors. And to this date, Beer remains to be the most popular alcoholic drink in Japan. It is commonly consumed at homes … Read more

The History of Canadian Beer

Moose head Lager

Canadians are known to be beer lovers. In fact, they consume beer more than any other alcoholic beverage. You can also find lots of Canadian brands of beer in stores, restaurants, as well as bars across the country. Some of the top selling style of Canadian beers are the pale lager which … Read more

The History of Smashburger

Smashburger

Smashburger is an American hamburger restaurant chain that was founded in 2007 in Denver, Colorado. In the present time, it has more than 370 corporate and franchise-owned restaurants in 37 states as well as in 9 countries. The restaurant was named Smashburger because it serves smashed burgers using a specific procedure of … Read more

The History of Dairy Queen

Dairy Queen

Dairy Queen or also often called DQ for short, is an ice cream and fast food restaurant chain under the International Dairy Queen, Inc. The company is a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., which also owns Orange Julius and Karmelkorn. Their corporate office is located in the Minneapolis suburb of Edina, Minnesota. … Read more

History of Beer

Beer is the most ubiquitous alcoholic beverage in the world. Almost all countries have been priding on their own beer brew and marketing it not just nationally, but also globally. Beer is also the oldest-known alcoholic drink. As centuries went by, the taste and the overall quality of beer were improved. Now, … Read more

Gift Ideas for Beer Lovers

Thinking of what gifts to give is one of the challenging things to do. Most of us have that friend who likes to drink beer a lot. If you’re looking for gift ideas to give that friend of yours, here are some of the cool things we’ve gathered. These gifts are for … Read more

Popular Drinking Games

Popular Drinking Games

So, you’re a in a grownup party but people aren’t having fun? Are conversations awkward because people barely know each other? Or do you have a bunch of beer loving friends and looking to keep them entertained?  Well, drinking games come to your rescue to break the ice and liven up the … Read more

History of Fuddruckers

History of Fuddruckers

Although a relatively younger name compared to other burger chains, Fuddruckers has firmly established its hold in the American burgerdom. But like many other hamburger chains across the country, Fuddruckers has weathered the toughest financial challenges, several relocations and different ownerships. Fuddruckers is known to offer large hamburgers which are made from … Read more

Incredible Beer Facts

Incredible Beer Facts

Most of us love beer — that is, drinking it, but not bothering to know the interesting things about perhaps the most ubiquitous alcoholic beverage on the planet. Well, it’s just about time! Read on these amazing little trivial tidbits below that will make you appreciate beer even more! 1. When it … Read more

History of Beer Pong

History of Beer Pong

  Beer pong is the usual diversion among, of course, beer drinkers. You attempt to shoot a ping pong ball into one of your opponent’s six (or ten) cups of beer on the other end of the table. If your ball lands into the cup, you take away the cup of your … Read more

Most Expensive Beers

Most Expensive Beers

Beer is one of the oldest existing beverages in the world, having been introduced by ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia (modern Iraq). Beer was so important that it had even been used as a currency then. Nowadays, although beer is not as precious as it was then and is now a common commodity, … Read more