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How To Play Beer Pong Like a Pro

Beer pong is a sport that requires a unique combination of skills to win. In addition to having a good arm, or wrist, you must understand the physics behind your shots. It’s an all-too-common mistake for beginners to simply throw the ball at their opponents’ cups. Nine out of ten times this results in the […]

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Can Beer Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease?

Let’s face it, most of us drink beer simply because it tastes good. The deliciously creamy, frothy texture combined with crisp hop flavors is a stunning combination that’s sure to brighten your day. However, a recent study performed by researchers at the Harokopio University in Greece suggests that drinking moderate amounts of beer on a […]

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German Waiter Sets New ‘Beer-Carrying’ Record

There’s a record for just about everything, including who can carry the most beers. Back in my days of waiting tables, I remember comfortably topping out at 10, carrying 5 frosty beer-filled mugs in each hand.  Apparently, however, there’s someone out there who can carry much more than my measly 10 mugs, as a new […]

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New Hobbit-Themed Beer Varieties To Launch

We’ve discussed some pretty unique beer varieties here on the MoonshineDVD blog, including a dinosaur bone-infused beer and goat brain-infused beer. Well, we have another unusual variety to add to the list: a Hobbit-themed beer. Surprisingly, the new Hobbit-themed beers are officially licensed by Warner Bros Entertainment Inc. and New Line Productions, Inc. It’s not uncommon […]

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Pumpkin Beer Is Upon Us — Long Before Halloween

Halloween is still over a month away, but that’s not stopping some brewers from releasing pumpkin-flavored beer. It’s not uncommon for breweries — big and small — to offer seasonal brews like pumpkin during throughout the fall. What’s different about this year, however, is that we’re seeing pumpkin beer earlier than normal. So, why are […]

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It’s Finally Here: The 99-Pack Beer

Don’t you hate having to make constant trips to the convenience store just to purchase additional beer? The standard six, twelve and twenty-four packs aren’t always enough, especially on occasions when you have guests over. Well, an ingenious brewery has solved this problem with a new invention: the 99-pack beer. Texas-based brewery Austin Beerworks admitted that its […]

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Corona Issues Recall on Select Products

One of America’s favorite south-of-the-border imported beer, Corona, recently announced a recall a small percentage of its products. So before you pop the cap on a frosty Corona, you should check and see if it’s listed under the company’s recall. So, why is Corona recalling one of the country’s favorite Mexican beer imports? It’s not […]

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Craft Beer Packaged From Recycled Materials

The Marietta, GA-based craft beer maker Red Hare Brewing Company has switched from traditional packaging to a new Eco-friendly recycled packaging for its products. According to a press release issued by the brewery, its new cans are made of a minimum of 90% recycled aluminum from the aluminum company  Novelis Inc. Surprisingly, this is the first time […]

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Why Did My Moonshine Come Out Blue?

When it’s made correctly, moonshine should possess a crystal clear appearance — similar to good old fashioned H2O. Whether it’s brown (shown to the right), orange, or blue, colored moonshine is usually an indication of something wrong. Blue in particular can be alarming, as most people associate blue with heavy chemicals. Does this mean you […]

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Lower Alcohol Content Coming To Craft Beers?

Craft beer has become increasingly popular. In the late 1970s, there were only 89 craft breweries in the U.S. According to a 2013 report by the Brewers Association, there are now 2,360 craft breweries operating in the U.S. — a substantial increase from the 1970s. But the craft beer industry may see some major changes in […]

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