ILLUSTRATIONS: A group of Albertans enjoying one of our province’s excellent craft beers, unfortunately unavailable in Saskatchewan because of the province-to-the-right’s unfair trade practices. (The Wikipedia illustration is actually of François … . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Brad Wall Government’s Saskatchewan beer trade piffle turns out to be all fizz and no flavour
We all know that craft beers are delicious thanks to all their fun flavours and now we also know that by drinking craft beer we are helping the world of science. The search for hop plants, which are integral to craft beer, has pushed science to go further into examining the plant and it’s neighbours […]
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Eat Beer! Help ReGrained Grow – Barnraiser from Barnraiser on Vimeo. Brewing beer requires a lot of energy since it involves heating large amounts of water and tossing in a bunch of plant matter. From there the plant matter gets tossed into compost (or in some places a landfill) to be reused. This plant matter […]
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Saltwater Brewery is a beer company that makes the oceans better while selling beer. Most breweries sell their beers in six packs attached by plastic rings and those rings often end up in the ocean chocking sea life and otherwise causing harm to the ecosystem. What Saltwater has done is create a new six pack […]
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Beer is delicious and has been a part of healthy living for years, but why is it good for us? Beer can provide mental benefits because it helps people relax and can bring temporary moments of joy. It also works on a physical level, which is what researchers have been looking into. The hops are […]
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How close you live to a pub impacts your happiness, the closer you are the happier you’ll be! Oxford University and the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) released the study proving this fun bit of knowledge last week. CAMRA is all about keeping British pub culture alive and strong bro people keep drinking beer, which […]
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Beer is delicious and it can be healthy to drink on its own. Apparently, back in the day, beer was used to deliver medicine. It turns out that this isn’t a crazy idea and can be a good way to deliver need medicinal ingredients to patients.
Another option was to add the herbs during the . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Beer as Medicine
On De L’Eglise near Cool. Can’t find a lot of information about it but the brewery was in Montreal and closed in the 1970’s. Don’t recall ever hearing about it though.
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It’s not often that two of my favourite things collide, but somebody got politics in my beer and beer in my politics.People who know me, know that I enjoy trying and sampling new beer. I like variety and I think we’re living in a tremendous time when l… . . . → Read More: The Progressive Right: Ontario’s Craft Brewers Should Reject the Beer Store Proposal ( #beer #onpoli )
It’s not often that two of my favourite things collide, but somebody got politics in my beer and beer in my politics.
People who know me, know that I enjoy trying and sampling new beer. I like variety and I think we’re living in a tremendous time when lots of new craft beer options . . . → Read More: The Progressive Right: Ontario’s Craft Brewers Should Reject the Beer Store Proposal ( #beer #onpoli )
The C.D. Howe Institute released its report on beer and wine sales in Ontario, today, advocating for a more liberal approach and allowing beer and wine to be sold in other outlets, such as supermarkets and convenience stores. You can read the report here. I have a grudging respect for the C.D. Howe Institute, but . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: Ontario’s liquor sales conundrum
The inventor of my favourite beer died this week. Ed McNally, former lawyer and barley farmer, who founded Big Rock Breweries in 1985 and introduced Traditional Ale (Trad to us aficionados), the world’s finest beer, a year later.
Ed was a pioneer in craft beer. Unimpressed by the pale, fizzy, lagers mass-produced by the . . . → Read More: Bill Longstaff: RIP—and thanks for the beer, Ed
Just tried two American beers from St. Louis: a Belgian White and Raspberry White, both in cans. The former has coriander, lime and lemon peel, the latter has, of course, raspberry flavour. I personally prefer the former, Susan the latter. I haven’t tried either with the slice of lime I put in most beers, but . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: Shock Top beers
Something exciting is happening in Cleveland and it’s that beer is bringing a bountiful amount of success to a failing neighbourhood. Great Lakes Brewing Company (not to be confused with GLB in Toronto) is one of many brewers that are drawing people and jobs back into the core of Cleveland. What’s happening there is not . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Beer Brings Bonus to Businesses
I’m not gonna lie… sometimes cleaning is better when drunk. Like, if you’re going to engage in something that you will hardly remember the next day- why not cleaning? Yes, […]
It is an interesting story. An unusual illness. Drunk without drinking.
Having a beer gut took on a new meaning for a Texas man studied by U.S. researchers, who found that his overgrowth of yeast in his body was making him drunk because he was brewing beer from within. (Rick Rycroft/Associated Press
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One of the few times that adding beer to the equation will make things better – an analogy between competition and diversity in the forest, and the supermarket.
And no, you may not have a Dude Beer. : )
Filed under: Humour, Science Tagged: Beer, Biology, Diversity, Science
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Most atheists are as irrational as those who believe in religion. And perhaps even more hypocritical.
There’s no greater example of this than those vocal opponents of religion who criticize Christmas but in just a few months time celebrate St.Patrick’s Day and other religious holidays with unrivaled enthusiasm.
St.Patrick’s Day is of course . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Atheist For Christmas, Christian For St.Paddy’s
Beer is delicious so it’s exciting to find out that at least one brewery is out there using their delvious suds to help a threatened species. Pelican Pub & Brewery in Oregon are using profits from one of their beers to fund the protection of butterflies from encroaching development and invasive species.
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Local Toronto brewery Steam Whistle has taken another step to green their beer (previously) by using growlers to serve and distribute their beer. A growler is essentially a large bottle of beer which can be refilled – and there’s the green aspect. By using growlers people consume less resource-intensive cans and bottles (yes those can . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: A More Eco-Friendly Way to Distribute Beer
… and give to a mighty worthy cause at the same time? You might remember some posts a while back about a wonderful young man – my wife’s cousin – who was ambushed by cancer. While Brian is now gone, his friends keep his memory alive by doing stuff like this in support of a . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: Ya wanna good beer…
A retarded Bloggin’ Tory maroon turns his acute sensibilities and keen perceptions of world events to the more demanding task of reviewing various kinds of beer…
For some bizarre reason the unfortunately named Kretin feels the need to preface everything with “Holy shit” and interlace all of his observations with profuse amounts of . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: “Conservative” Beer Review
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Tastes a bit like Keiths. Share and Enjoy: Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: I HAD to try this!