The next time you have an Alice In Wonderland-themed party, you’ll be able to serve beers like March Hare Hops, Chesire Common, Red Queen’s Pale Ale, Mad Hatter’s Hard Tea, or Wonderlager by using free printable beer labels by Costume Discounters.
Having seen these labels, I wish these beers were real! They sound delicious.
Take a closer look at the labels below…
Beginning this week, Pizza Hut UK will test beer-infused pizza at a London Pizza Hut outpost. Customers will be able to partake in the mashup by visiting the location on Friday and mentioning the secret phrase “I like it hop” to their server.
The new offering consists of craft beer-infused pizza dough and will be available in two flavors – Steak Feast and The American Hot. Specifics on those flavors are still unknown, but Kathryn Austin, Pizza Hut’s director of marketing, did explain what inspired the choice to The Mirror:
“We know that craft beers are really popular right now and we’re celebrating this not just by adding craft beers to our menus, but also by adding this to our pizza dough. It took our team many hours to perfect the recipes and flavor combinations, but all of their hard work definitely paid off as we’re thrilled with the results and can’t wait for our customers to try them.”
If customers take a liking to the beer pizza, it will reportedly be offered at locations around the UK. There’s no word on whether it could eventually spread to the states, or if you will need ID to eat it.
(via Eater / Top Image: Flickr/Tamas Repus)
A German man named Peter Götting has a secret beer fridge in his back garden. With the pull of a not-even-remotely innocuous lever, the beer fridge ascends from its hidey-hole underneath a potted plant, granting access to the liquid courage therein. Pushing the lever back causes the beer to descend back into its nest, there to be safely stored for future consumption. Party at Peter’s place, then.
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Check out a video of the surreptitious beer fridge in action below.
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While fishing on Wisconsin’s Wolf River, Andy Holst snagged what turned out to be a rusted, empty six-pack of Budweiser.
The cans advertised new “peel off tops” which indicated that they landed at the bottom of the river sometime in ’60s. Adam and his “buds” took some photos and posted them on Anheuser-Busch’s Facebook page, which prompted a quick response from the company which stated:
That’s quite the catch, Adam. Our best guess is that those cans were made between 1963-1964.
Adam now hopes to mount the cans along with a prized large fish like a Smallmouth Bass, should he manage to catch one.
(Grim Outdoors via Buzzfeed)
When camping, there are few problems that are as pressing as how to keep beer cool out in the bush. Thankfully, Igloo has come to the rescue with this new Trailmate cooler that can reportedly keep your brews chilled for four days thanks to special insulation.
The Trailmate boasts a capacity of 70 quarts, or 112 beers, and also offers oversized wheels designed for rough terrain, a butler tray with cup holders, tie-down loops for hauling chairs and towels and bottle openers on both sides.
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This pint glass amuses me.
Indeed, Wesley Crusher could probably use a drink. But, of course, he can’t. Wil Wheaton doesn’t have to worry about that though! We need to see him enjoy a pint of W00tstout out of one of these immediately.
Star Trek Wesley Crusher Pint Glass ($9.99)
On February 23rd, undercover agents from the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control went to see Deadpool at the Brewvies theater and bought beer. Now Brewvie’s is facing fines and the potential loss of their liquor license because of a Utah obscenity law prohibiting the sale of alcohol in the same place where nudity or sex acts can be viewed.
Apparently, an R-rated movie qualifies. I mean, c’mon.
Brewvies has decided to fight back, declaring that the law itself is unconstitutional. In order to fund the legal action, they’ve set up a Go Fund Me page to cover the cost of legal fees and fines.
Ryan Reynolds heard about Brewvie’s plight and it appears that he may have donated to the cause himself. He also had something to say about it.
Read more after the break…
Geek store Cognitive Surplus has created a line of glassware for chemistry buffs that feature the molecular makeup of the beverages they’re designed hold. The line includes glasses suited to water, coffee, beer, wine and whiskey.
Besides being educational, the glasses are reportedly printed with eco-friendly ceramic ink for a raised rough texture. The ink also fires on at temperatures of up to 1,200°F and becomes part of the finish, so the image won’t peel, flake, or scratch.
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Skip the “spirits” and grab some beers because this Ghostbusters beer pong table is an actual thing that you can buy. It even features built-in LEDs.
Who you gonna call to help get rid of all the spirits you’ve got hanging around other than the Ghostbusters? He-Man can’t save you. This Ghostbusters Light-Up Beer Pong Table allows you to take the party up a notch and do drinking games the right way. Featuring an image of a frightened Slimer hanging around as the four Ghostbusters blast the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man into a viscous goop. The table measures 6 1/2-feet wide!
Ghostbusters Light-Up Beer Pong Table ($189.99)
These pint glasses may have a Star Trek: TNG-style communicator badge design, but something tells me that the more you use them, the more difficult communicating will become.
Set up your own version of Ten Forward with this Star Trek TNG Insignia 4-Pint Set. A set of four, the glasses are clear, red, blue, and gold with TNG-style communicator decoration applied. They hold 16 oz. of whatever you’re drinking, whether that’s water, O.J., synthehol, or Aldebaran whiskey.
Star Trek TNG Insignia 4-Pint Set ($24.99)