MUNICH, GERMANY (SEPTEMBER 16, 2017) (REUTERS) – The 184th annual edition of Oktoberfest started on Saturday (September 16), with a horse-and-carriage parade, carnival rides, oompah bands and beer-swigging revelry – as tradition dictates, of course. Continue reading
Oliver Struempfel broke his own world record carrying over 29 beer jugs for 40 metres and then set them down without spilling more than 10 percent of the beer. Continue reading
ROSKILDE, DENMARK (DANISH AGRICULTURE AND FOOD COUNCIL) – A Danish brewery is drawing on 50,000 liters of urine collected from the largest music festival in Northern Europe in producing a novelty beer aimed at the more adventurous drinker.
Hopes are high in Brussels as Belgium’s beer culture could soon be included on the UNESCO’s list of ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage’.
Scientists are using modern genetic technology to breed yeast strains that promote the best brewing characteristics — in the quest for the perfect beer. Matthew Stock reports. Continue reading
A device that automates beer brewing is unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Matthew Stock reports. Continue reading
A Berlin beer festival aims to keep revellers hydrated and entertained as summer temperatures swell by creating what it is calling the “longest beer garden in the world” at 2.2 kilometres long.
An amateur video showing a group of Swiss carpenters opening five beer bottles simultaneously with a ruler spreads across the web, becoming a viral hit.