Back in 1955, the government was very serious about where we'd get fluids after a nuclear apocalypse, so it got some beers and atomic bombs together to figure it out.
For this week, my blog will take a look at the sometimes creative and always funny vehicles and driving as exhibited by that modern American creature - the Redneck.
Hipster, a question-and-answer start-up, offers new recruits exactly what the company thinks they need. Money and beer. Oh, and a mustache-grooming service.
Network uses phones running the "Ninja OS," which features innovative apps such as "BoozeFone," where people can exchange beverages using what I dubbed "booze networking."
An Australian joint venture is working to create a beer that can be safely consumed in space, and we wish it godspeed.
This $30 backup utility can be yours for zip, nothing, nada, but you have to grab it (and install it) before the clock strikes midnight. Hey, I don't make the rules.
Each of several compartments is outfitted with a switch, so that when you remove a bottle, the Swig & Jig lights up and plays a song.
E-commerce giant becomes first big investor in online video creation site Animoto.
Scientist in New Zealand warns that malting barley, a key ingredient in everything from Chimay to Coors Light, could see a decline in production if temperatures continue to rise.
The Brew Master does not impress despite it's beer-like facade.