On This Day in History: January 16th, 1919

On January 16, 1919 the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, prohibiting the “manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes” was ratified and officially went into effect on January 17, 1920. Prohibition was now a part of the Constitution, and the stockpiling began. All the production and sale of alcohol was driven … Continue reading “On This Day in History: January 16th, 1919”

Samuel Adams Releases Utopias – A 28% ABV Beer Illegal in 15 States

Sam Adams released a beer this month that contains 28% alcohol by volume (ABV) and is illegal in 15 states! The limited release of the 11th batch of Utopias began on October 15th and will be available in select beer and specialty stores for $210 per bottle. This well-crafted brew is a labor of love … Continue reading “Samuel Adams Releases Utopias – A 28% ABV Beer Illegal in 15 States”

Bacon and Beer Classic

Jersey City | Thursday, October 3 210 Hudson St, Jersey City, NJ 07311 Enjoy a night at the Harborside in Jersey City for three hours of all you can eat bacon and all you can drink craft beer. Try pork belly sliders, chocolate bacon cupcakes, fistfuls of bacon, bacon cheesecake, spicy Siracha pork ramen, and … Continue reading “Bacon and Beer Classic”

Beer Run!

10.13.19 Take a run or stroll through the 1700’s village of Allaire, New Jersey and celebrate crossing the finish line with a beer fest! Because running is always better with beer, right? The Historic Village of Allaire used to be an iron-producing factory-town, home to Howell Iron Works, Co. The town consisted of a pattern-making … Continue reading “Beer Run!”

MLB Ballparks Using Artificial Intelligence To Sell Beer Faster

Aramark – one of the MLB’s largest concession providers knows the pain of waiting in a long line to grab a beer while your favorite team is up at bat.  That’s why they partnered up with California-based tech company, Mashgin to bring express self-check out machines to MLB ballparks. With no barcode needed, the Mashgin … Continue reading “MLB Ballparks Using Artificial Intelligence To Sell Beer Faster”

What Beer Glass Do I Use?

Serious beer drinkers around the world firmly believe that the beer glass that holds the beer is just as important as the beer inside the glass. Others think that it’s a marketing gimmick. But truth be told, different styles of beer glasses affect the color, foam, aroma, and the taste of the beer you’re drinking. … Continue reading “What Beer Glass Do I Use?”

Anheuser Busch Opportunity Alert – NEEDED Beer Drinking Intern

Your dream job is waiting!  Have you longed for the day where your boss was okay with you drinking on the job?  Well, this is the opportunity for you. Anheuser Busch is looking for a Natty Light intern that will get paid to put their drinking skills to work.  Some requirements of the job would … Continue reading “Anheuser Busch Opportunity Alert – NEEDED Beer Drinking Intern”

Boston Beer and Dogfish Head Merger Worth $300M

Samuel Adams maker Boston Beer Co. Inc. is merging with beloved Delaware-based Dogfish Head Brewery in a $300 million cash and stock deal.  According to the Brewer’s Association, Boston Beer is the second-largest craft beer maker and Dogfish head the 13thlargest. Dogfish Head co-founders Sam and Mariah Calagione will receive around 406,000 shares of Boston … Continue reading “Boston Beer and Dogfish Head Merger Worth $300M”

National Beer Day!

Ah, a day in history. April 7th, 1933 was the day that President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrison Act, which allowed people to brew and sell beer in the US as long as it remained below 4.0% ABV (wine included). The first step towards the end of Prohibition! For the first time in 13 years, … Continue reading “National Beer Day!”

New York Beer Fest

Citi Field 123-01 Roosevelt Ave Queens, NY 11368019 Saturday, May 4, 2019 12:00PM – 4:00PM / 6:00PM – 10:00PM Craft breweries from near and far are coming to Citi Field to bring you one of the best craft beer events New York has to offer. Over 80 breweries will be in attendance serving over 200 … Continue reading “New York Beer Fest”