Beer

Time Lord technology has been applied to beer, and nothing will ever be the same. I assume that this TARDIS stein can hold infinite amount of beer, and is capable of traveling backwards and forwards in time so you can enjoy the greatest beers in history. [click to continue…]

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Only someone that is properly hammered will be able to wield this Thor Mjolnir Ceramic Sculpted Mug. With it you will be able to summon a powerful jolt of caffeine that will sober you up in an instant, making it safe to fill the mug with beer once more. Or so the legend says.

Thor Mjolnir Ceramic Sculpted Mug ($19.99 via Geekalerts)

Reddit user OxygenPremium discovered this beer bottle embedded (intact!) high up on a wall of a building at his university campus. Who (or what) put it there? How did they do it? What would happen if you pulled the bottle out? You can can put this mystery right up there with Stonehenge and DB Cooper. Either that, or the university management is lining its pockets by building their campus out of paper mache. Check out the full pic below. [click to continue…]

Step aside 99-pack of beer, Finland’s Nokia Brewery is upping the ante for anyone with a powerful thirst and access to a forklift. Behold the 1000-pack of Keisari lager. [click to continue…]

This isn’t the first Enterprise-themed bottle opener, but it is definitely the coolest. It’s shaped like the Enterprise D and makes ST:TNG sound effects when you open bottles. [click to continue…]

Chocolate mint stout is nothing new, but all of the other breweries didn’t think to name their version “Thick Mint”. Southern Tier Brewing Company did, and now everyone is talking about an unofficial Girl Scout cookie beer. [click to continue…]

The non-profit Brewer’s Association has has released its annual list of the top 50 craft breweries in the United States and, in the process, provided a handy definition for the term in order to separate true craft breweries from those associated with international conglomerates. Check out the infographic below (click to enlarge). [click to continue…]

The knife created by the Green Beetle channel on YouTube should be standard issue for every American solider, for it was forged with beer, bacon, French fries and Tums. Legend has it that a fast food weapon forged by a master craftsman is imbued with with the power to give an entire army high cholesterol. [click to continue…]

Paring beer to increasingly specific daily activities appears to be a growing trend. However, I have to admit—graphic artist Razan Wehbi‘s idea for Netflix beer themed around your favorite shows is brilliant. Unfortunately, it is only a concept at the moment—but who knows? Netflix has been wandering into some unorthodox marketing territory lately. I’m sure these would sell like crazy. I mean, it works for Game of Thrones. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]