How much can a person’s dignity be sold for? How much did Budweiser pay Peyton Manning for a plug immediately after his team won Superbowl 50? The answers are one and the same.
Saudi Arabia’s alcohol laws are notoriously strict—so strict that a 74-year-old British man just finished a year in a Jeddah prison and nearly faced 350 lashes over possession of homemade wine. Knowing the risks, one heroic man recently tried to smuggle 48,000 beers into the country dressed up as Pepsi cans.
A San Diego beer drinker is suing massive alcohol conglomerate MillerCoors, the second macro-est macrobrewer in the world (behind Anheuser-Busch Inbev), for false advertising because he’s been buying Blue Moon all these years, believing it was a “craft beer.” Did he actually drink any of it? Because that probably would have cleared things up pretty quick.
New Glarus Brewing’s Spotted Cow beer is a Wisconsin institution, an easy-drinking cream ale that several reviewers say would be their regular summer beer ... if they could get it outside the state. The brewer is only licensed to distribute its limited supply of beer within Wisconsin, and the beer cops in neighboring Minnesota take that rule very seriously.
While you're sitting at work like a chump, this little brainless idiot got a head start on its super dumb weekend. What are you waiting for?
Houston Police spent five hours this morning cleaning up a highway covered in beer after an 18-wheeler carrying dozens of cases of Busch beer and a car collided on the Katy Freeway. KHOU reports that the 18-wheeler jackknifed and rolled over, spilling the hundreds of beer cans across multiple lanes of the highway.
Residents of Crested Butte, Co.—a real place—discovered recently that their fair domain had been elected by Bud Light to be the host of a grand "Whatever" party over the the first weekend in September. Many are not pleased with this awesome, unprecedented surprise masquerading as an ad campaign. WHY.