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Beer Yoga Is Real, and Now We Love YogaFinally! A meditation we can get behind.
Rock God Crowd Surfs, Catches Flying Beer, Slams It, Lives ForeverEntrance to the eternal kingdom of life just got a little more difficult thanks to David Achter de Molen of the Dutch punk band John Coffey.
Billed As "LA's Most Epic Beer Fest," Hops & Hopes Didn't DisappointBilled as “LA’s most epic beer fest,” Hops and Hopes Craft Beer Fest definitely didn't disappoint.
Coachella Goes Craft: Local Brews and Bass DropsIn an effort to cover every sensory base possible, the fine folks at Coachella decided to catch the craft beer wave and provide their attendees with some premium drinking options for those long, dry desert days.
311 Launching Own Craft Beer & Of Course It's An Amber Ale311 is preparing to launch their very own beer. And guess what style they're starting with. Amber, of course.
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Rating LA Dodgers Food Concessions From First to WorstWe took it upon ourselves to draft a lineup of the best and worst food items at Dodgers Stadium, finally deciding which delicious treats hit a home run and which can stay in the dugout.
Beer Vending Machines May Soon Be Coming To Ballparks Near You Minnesota Twins fans will get their very own beer vending machines at Target Field in Minneapolis. Los Angeles (im)patiently awaits this giant leap in modern technology.
Micro Brew At Santa Anita, Watch Belmont Stakes As You Drink And Listen To New Found GloryThe KROQ Micro Brew at Santa Anita has been going off for nearly a decade and it's been insanely fun every time (except for that one time when Kevin threw out a plastic mug and almost knocked out a chick). But that's in the past. This is now!
Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, Tupac, And More Appear In Dutch Beer CommercialEver wonder if those Elvis sightings were actually true? Well, Dutch beer company, Bavaria, attempts to put rumors to rest on some of the most beloved and conspiracy-ridden celebrities in their new commercial for the fruit beer, Radler.