Recent Beer Blog Posts

Hump Day Genius Fix

Sitting at my desk this morning, I decided that there’s nothing better for getting through Hump Day than a dose of Bud Light’s Real Men of Genius. While there is nothing at all appealing about Bud Light, their commercials really are genius. So, from here on out, every Wednesday, blogaboutbeer.com will give you a new Real Men of Genius commerical …

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The Perfect Drinking Game/Song for Getting Over a Case of the Mondays

No one likes Mondays, plain and simple. And quite frankly, I’m hard pressed to think of a better day of the week to pour myself a pint of my favorite bitter. So, with that in mind, I’ve posted a YouTube video below which is, in my opinion, the perfect drinking game/song for battling a case of the Mondays: The Barley Mow. …

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One of Maine’s Biggest Beer Festivals Ever Slated for September 29th

The Greater Bridgton Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce 2007 Lakes Region Brew Festis one of Maine’s premiere Beer Festivals. This year’s fest will take place Saturday, September 29th at Point Sebago Resort in Casco, Maine. Tickets are on sale now for $18.00 ($22.00 at the door; Non-drinker ticket price $5.00) For more information on the 2007 Lakes Brew Fest, visit: www.lakesbrewfest.com, email: info@mainelakeschamber.com, …

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New Additions to Blogaboutbeer.com

Blogaboutbeer.com just keeps growing and growing! This evening we added a contact page to make it easier for you, our favorite reader, to get in touch with us; and a links page with direct links to all of our favorite blogs and beer-related websites. Have a website of your own that you would like linked to on Blog About Beer? Click …

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Is the Beer Gut a Myth?

Good news is just pouring (no pun intended) in this weekend. First we reported yesterday that scientists now believe that drinking a Guinness a day is as good for your heart’s health as taking an Asprin a day, now scientists and researchers in Britain and the Czech Republic are claiming that the results of a recent study show no concrete connection …

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