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Archive of 2011 June

Yeast Sediment Chaser

on June 30th, 2011 in Beer News by | No Comments

Mason & Taylor have started serving a shot of yeast sediment with their bottle conditioned beers. It makes for some confusing looks for the less beer-savvy customers!

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Coolest Beer World Records

on June 23rd, 2011 in Uncategorized by | 1 Comment

Stumbled across the Coolest Beer World Records the other day, even though I appreciate the taste of beer im always impressed by people downing a pint, espeically in 0.45 sescs!  Ive updated and checked them as some were out of date:

1. World Record for Downing a Beer – 0.45 secs for a pint (held by Peter Dowdswell- he also holds several other beer drinking records, including drinking 5 pints of beer updside down in 29 seconds!!)

2. World Record for Beer Glasses Carrying – 20 glasses (I Gernam woman did have a go for 21 in 2008, but failed)

3. World’s Bitterest Beer -  Pitstop Brewery created the eight per cent beer The Hop with 323 International Bittering Units (Mikeller X Hop Juice does have a Theoretical IBU of 2007 though!)

4. World’s Strongest Beer – 55% alcohol (Most know what this is, as Brewdog love to talk about it, but if you dont its Brewdog End of History)

5. World’s Biggest House made of Beer Mats – 300,000 beer coasters….stupid!

7. World Record for Most Beer Pints Balanced on the Head – 237 pints….stupid!

8. World’s Most expensive Bottle of Beer - I thought this might be Brewdog End of History but actually its seems to be a 12-litre bottle of Vieille Bon Secours ale which has been stored for the last 10 years and has an alcoholic volume of 8 per cent!  £700 a bottle.

9. World’s Largest Glass of Beer 8 ft pint of Guinness

10. World’s longest-serving bartender – 77 years.  Angelo Cammarata retired in 2009 though. The 95-year-old bartender has been serving customers at Cammarata’s in Pittsburgh.

If you know better let us know!

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Hopworks Bike Bar

on June 16th, 2011 in Cool Shit, Cycling by | No Comments

We have 2 fixed gears bike, 2 road bikes, a time trial bike and a tandem but we don’t have one of these…

This is the Hopworks Bike Bar. It carries a rechargeable ‘music pannier’, 2 kegs of beer and 3 large pizzas. Everything you need for a good night out!

I love that they’ve used cycle hubs for the tap handles… Hopwork Urban Brewery… HUB… get it?

There’s more information on the bike here and on the beer here.

Thanks to our friend Phil for sending the link

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Lawn Mower Beer Train

on June 14th, 2011 in Funny by | No Comments

This guy is a legend. I want to go to his party.

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Power To The People

on June 9th, 2011 in Art and Design, Packaging by | No Comments

Some lovely tactile packaging for ‘Power to the People’ wine made by Shirah Wine Co.


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Infographic: Beer. You’re in the Clear.

on June 6th, 2011 in Art and Design by | No Comments

We’ve lived in London for nearly 4 years and last month I  finally got around to registering with a doctor. As part of the registration, I was asked my average weekly alcohol unit intake. After running out of fingers, I decided to go with a conservative number, but that wasn’t low enough. I was given a stern look up and down, then handed a leaflet about the dangers of drinking.

She obviously hadn’t read this infographic designed by Belancio highlighting the health benefits of beer. I’m not sure what medical qualifications a design agency has but I fully believe everything they say.

View it full size here »

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Pedalling for Pints Movers and Shakers – May 2011

on June 6th, 2011 in Beer, Beer News, European Beer Bloggers Conference 2011 by | No Comments

So were going to start doing our top breweries at the end of each month, mainly because we just LOVE to rate stuff and rank stuff, but also because we think its important to share with you our thoughts on whats going on in the beer world.  Were no experts and not aware of everything gonig on, so these are the ones that have stood out this month:

1.   Beer Bloggers Conference Breweries

Pilsner Urquell, Badger, Molson Coors, Camden, Wells and Youngs, Fullers, Adnams, Shepperd Neame, Brains, Marble…and any others!

2.  Thornbridge

For getting their beers in Waitrose (at last) and bottling up Raven (a Black IPA), cant wait to get our hands on that.

3.  Brewdog

For announcing that they will be opening a bar in Camden, London (at last), although we would have preferred Bethnal Green or Shoreditch!  Maybe next time.  Plus getting 5am saint and Hardcore IPA in Sainsbury’s alongside Punk!

4.  Wells and Youngs

For delivering 10 cases of beer to the Flat (won during the Bloggers Conference).

5.  Camden

For continuing to get into as many pubs (and bars, which are just as important, if not more, as the choice is sometimes poor) in London as possible.  Plus for calling us ‘cool’ at the Night of Many Beers at the Beer Bloggers Conference (the feeling is mutual).


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Hahn Super Dry Advert

on June 3rd, 2011 in Advertising by | No Comments

Apparently this is the brewing process for the Australian beer Hahn Super Dry… and I believe it!

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King of the Bottletops

on June 2nd, 2011 in Art and Design by | No Comments

Brazilian artist Robson Cezar is King of the Bottletops. Unlike most monarchs, he had to earn this title. This involved spending all of his spare time on his hands and knees in Spitalfield pubs – collecting used bottle caps. Instead of recycling them, he decided to stick them to a bit of wood… and it looks pretty good!

Robson Cezar’s work will be on display in Rough Trade East (appropriately in the Truman Brewery) from Thursday 2nd June

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