When you hit your favorite bar or restaurant and order your preferred brew, it seems only natural that your server should bring it to you. However, that might not be the case for that much longer. Taking a cue from the self-serve soda fountains that can be found in most fast food restaurants today, a new DIY dispensing system just might be coming your way. What is this system and how does it work?
Smartphones are everywhere these days. It seems like everyone has an iPhone, a Blackberry or an Android phone of some sort. These handy little devices are great for any number of things - email, social networking, keeping notes and playing games are just a few of them.
Anyone who has ever stood in line for ages and ages at the ballpark waiting to get their plastic cup refilled with beer should rejoice – there's revolution on the wind! That is, the new Bottoms Up beer dispenser is set to roll out to a ballpark near you and should cut that line down by a considerable amount. What's the benefit to the Bottoms Up dispensing system? Well, the name does say it all.
Everyone has their preferred brew. You might like Guinness, or prefer something bottled by Sierra Nevada. In fact, with the number of craft and nano breweries now operating in the country, you have more options to learn about and love than ever before. However, what are the top beers out there? Well, one story in the Mercury News lists off the top 10 beers for 2010. What are they and how do they stack up to your experience? Here's the rundown:
As a craft beer lover, you no doubt know just how hard it can be to find the perfect beer in your area. While the search itself can be enjoyable, it can also be daunting. Just think of all those bars and pubs that serve nothing but mass-produced beers that you'll have to sift through to find just one that offers craft beer! Even then, there's no guarantee that they'll have the type that you want. Well, one company is set to help you out. TapHunter.com, a new startup on the Internet, promises to make your search short and sweet. How does it work?
The gaming industry is immense, almost as large as the beer industry. What happens when beer meets gaming, though? Actually, if you were lucky enough to attend CES this year, then you got a glimpse of what the child of such a union might look like. For the rest of us, reading about it will have to suffice, at least until these things come to the local mega-mart down the road from us. What happened at CES this year? The KegPuter debuted – a fusion of alcohol and computer-y goodness.
There is no shortage of logoed apparel for beer lovers. You'll find t-shirts, sweatshirts, wallets, belts, hats and tons of other options. However, SockGuy.com has something that you might not have found yet – beer socks. What's a beer sock and why do you want one? Actually, these can be fun and useful gifts for that beer lover in your life or even for yourself.
Stale beer is bad beer. How many times have you poured out a beer because you didn't want to finish it right then, but knew that if you jammed the screw cap back on it would just go stale? Well, Beer Savers might just have an answer to that problem, as well as several other concerns that beer lovers have. These innovative, reusable bottle caps are actually pretty interesting.