An astute couple at CenturyLink Arena in Boise, Idaho made an interesting discovery. While the “big beer” cost $3 more than the “small beer,” the cups held the exact same amount of beer! The big version just uses a taller cup. See for yourself in the video below.
Kells Irish Festival, the Northwest’s largest St Patrick’s Day event, celebrates Irish heritage with live music, dancing, food and kids activities PORTLAND, Ore. – Thousands of locals and expats will partake in live music, traditional dancing and Irish food and libations at the 23rd annual Kells St. Patrick’s Day Festival, the Northwest’s largest St. Patrick’s Day event. This year’s festival will take place March 14 through 17at […]
BrewTrail.com Maps and Details of Every Brewery in the Country New Haven, CT – November 13, 2013 – Beer lovers, your prayers have been answered – visiting breweries just got easier. Brew Trail (www.BrewTrail.com), the ultimate compilation of brewery information, has gone online and promises to make beer tourism a one-stop planning experience. According to […]
On my birthday three years ago, I was at my favorite downtown bar for a few beers with close friends. Little did I know I would be enjoying one of the greatest beers of all time and would never get to try it again.