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Coronavirus could have an effect on beer and soda production

April 20th, 2020

The novel coronavirus pandemic has all sorts of unforeseen consequences, and the latest one concerns the food industry. Beer and soda makers might not be able to procure the CO2 supply needed to make fizzy drinks as a result of the drop in ethanol production. Ethanol is tied to the oil industry, and a drop …

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No, the coronavirus doesn’t have anything to do with beer

January 29th, 2020

With all the news about the scary new coronavirus coming out of China, you’d have to be completely cut off from the daily news cycle to miss it. But not everyone stops and reads past the headlines, and oftentimes that can lead to some serious confusion, especially when the virus in question shares part of …

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Heart failure doesn’t mean you have to stop drinking, apparently

December 28th, 2018

Being diagnosed with heart failure is a serious thing, and individuals who receive such news from their doctors are likely to examine their lifestyles and, in many cases, change some of their habits. For fans of alcohol, that might mean dramatically lowering their intake or even quitting altogether. However, a new study published in JAMA …

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This clever smartphone charger doubles as a beer coaster

November 7th, 2015

The brilliant minds at ChefCharger have taken two great things and have made them even better together — namely, smartphones and beer. ChefCharger has created a clever new smartphone charger that also happens to double as a beer coaster, as you can see in the picture at the top of the page.

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Someone Fixed Beer Pong

July 9th, 2015

What’s wrong with the excellent game of beer pong, you ask? Nothing, really. Well, the part where the ping-pong ball keeps bouncing off the table, in a beer glass, on the floor, and then in someone’s hand might annoy some professional beer pong players and throw them off their game. Luckily, there’s a way to fix …