You might not be able to drink a beer any old time you like, but you probably can suck on a beer-flavored lollipop without getting fired from your job. These lollipops by Lollyphile come in three beer flavors of Lager, Stout and IPA and are true to the beers for which they are named. This isn’t Lollyphile’s first foray into the world of odd lollipop flavors. We’ve previously featured lollipops with flavors like Sriracha Bacon and Bleu Cheese.

You can get yourself some beer flavored lollipops online, and if you use the code BEERBREAK at checkout then you’ll get 50% off of your whole order, no matter which flavors you choose.

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There are all sorts of special brews out there, but none claim a heritage like this 3,300-year-old Danish beer. Egtved Girl’s Brew is being made through a partnership between the Danish National Museum and Skand’s Brewery and is based on the dried residue found in an ancient bark beer bucket. The bucket was in a coffin along with the remains of the Egtved Girl, hence the name of the beer. Peter Steen Henriksen, curator of the museum, notes:

“We had the basic list for the beer, but the challenge was to find the relationship between the ingredients, and we had to taste our way to a result. So, is our new brew the drink Egtved girl’s people took to their graves? We cannot know for certain, but it’s an educated guess.”

The beer is said to have the flavor of a wheat beer with malt, honey, bog myrtle, and cranberry.

See video about the Egtved Girl after the break…

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Nothing tastes better than a frosted glass of beer when the weather gets hot, and now you can get that frosted glass in less than ten seconds with a comically overpriced and unnecessary machine. From the product page:

The unit connects to a CO2 tank or cylinder (not included) and its spout emits a frosty cloud that converts a typical, room temperature beer glass into an ice-cold mug in seconds. The unit’s wide spout allows the CO2 to completely cover a rocks glass for a margarita or a beer stein. The froster mounts to a bar or countertop with the included clamp (requires a minimum 2″ overhang) and takes up as little counter space as a coffee maker. A blue LED light casts a festive glow onto the glass as it is frosted. Includes three AA batteries that power the light.

Frosted glasses and a festive glow? It doesn’t get much better than, that people. Of course, you may want to stick with the freezer given the $400 price tag for the unit, $20 for the CO2 tank and $5 for refills.

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So, ask yourself: What’s the most popular beer in your hometown? Do you think you know the answer for sure?

Well, now you can double-check with this new map that highlights where regional beers are the most popular in the U.S. You might be a bit surprised by what you find out. For instance, did you know that people still drink Olympia beer? I had no clue!

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The time for beer is approaching. Very, very soon.

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This wonderful anime short-film called Last Orders was made back in the 1990s as a commercial for Murphy’s Irish Stout. It aired only in the UK and was the result of a British ad agency asking anime studio Production I.G to produce the film. They’re the studio behind Ghost in the Shell and Patlabor and the agency hoped that by having them create the ad, they’d be able to take advantage of the popularity of Japanese anime.

The resulting short-film is fantastic, and when you see the roster of names behind it, that’s no surprise. It was directed by Blood: The Last Vampire‘s Hiroyuki Kitakubo with animation and character design by Kazuchika Kise of Ghost in the Shell, Blood, and Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust and Hiromasa Ogura of Ghost in the Shell and FLCL taking charge of art direction.

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Time travel is complicated. It involves all sorts of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff that’s a little tough to understand. But do you know what isn’t complicated? Beer. And with this trusty TARDIS bottle opener, you can make popping open a bottle of your favorite brew as easy as flipping on your favorite episode of Doctor Who. The TARDIS opener is available for pre-order below, or if you feel like adding a more murderous, exterminate-y vibe to your brew, you can pre-order the Dalek bottle opener too.

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If you love to barbecue, but have a concern about the dangers of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH can develop on meats grilled at high temperature and have been linked to cancer in lab animals), you may just need to add a little beer into the mix.

A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry recently looked at The Effect of Beer Marinades on Formation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Charcoal-Grilled Pork and found that marinating the meats in beer before you grill them leads to a decrease in PAH.

They marinated pork in a Pilsner (both regular and non-alcoholic) and a black beer, then grilled them up. The Pilsner showed a 12% decrease in PAH, the non alcoholic Pilsner a decrease of 25% and the black beer lowered them by 53%.

Guinness marinated pork chops, anyone?

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A new Star Trek-themed dunkelweizen (or dark wheat) beer called Klingon Warnog is set to beam down to stores near you. It will be the first Star Trek beer to be available commercially here in the States.

It’s brewed by Indiana-based Tin Man Brewery for the Federation of Beer–the Federation was also behind the Vulcan Ale, which came out last year.

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Riding a bike to work is easy on the wallet and it’s great for the environment. But what if you want to go on a beer run? As any hipster can tell you, it’s tough balancing a keg on your handlebars. But fear not, my beer-swilling friends, for Meriwether Montana has developed a nifty growler carrier that can fit on a bike. The carriers are made from vegetable tanned leather and they’re designed to either fit on a bike’s seat post or snap onto the hooks under the seat. Just remember, no cycling and drinking, kids.

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