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Amish man in buggy arrested after telling cop he had 10 beers

A young Amish man was arrested last month in Ohio after he w...
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A celebration of vibrancy and ingenuity: Illinois Craft Beer Week picks

When Chicago’s weeklong celebration of craft beer — then...
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First look at Ballast Point Brewpub, opening Tuesday, reveals its not just about the beer

Your first experience at the new Ballast Point Tasting Room ...
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Enjoy beer and music at N Seoul Tower

For craft beer lovers, N Seoul Tower will be the place to vi...
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How Goose Island sale to Anheuser-Busch changed craft beer is detailed in new book by Tribune beer writer Josh Noel

There’s no more fascinating brewery in America — or poss...
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Blowout Bacon and Beer Festival Happening This Weekend in Scottsdale

The killer B's: All the bacon and beer you can stomach.

Woman busted for calling 911 to get beer

A Florida woman was arrested on Friday after cops said she f...
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Woman stabs husband to death over beer money

A man identified as Bekithemba Ncube, from Matabo district i...
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Budweiser’s new beer based on Washington’s handwritten recipe

A beer once called “America,” just got a lot more patrio...
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Pursuits: In Charleston, Beer Gets Its Own Neighborhood

On tap in the city’s Brewery District: stouts, I.P.A.s, st...
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De Beers looks into artisanal mining in Sierra Leone

Diamond mining giant De Beers plans to fix one of the indust...
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Chantal Hébert: In beer ruling, Supreme Court delivers reminder Constitution does not cast provinces as junior partners in federation

Court found New Brunswick within rights to forbid citizens t...
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Daycare operator chugged more than 10 beers before infant died in her care: cops

An Iowa daycare operator was arrested Wednesday, about six m...
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Man arrested for swiping beer truck, leading police on highway chase

A homeless man dressed only in American flag shorts was arre...
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Cocoyam can replace sorghum in beer, beverages – MAN

Anna Okon The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria says it h...
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Toronto’s Amsterdam Brewery defends trademark cease-and-desist letter over ‘YYZ’ beer

Bandit Brewery, located at Bloor and Dundas Sts., was handed...
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Feds warn Fla. breweries to stop making marijuana-flavored beer

The newest trend in South Florida’s craft-beer industry is...
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On the go: Cheese and beer or food truck fests

Events in and around Houston April 20-26

Rough diamond sales for De Beers’ third cycle

Mining conglomerate Anglo American said on Tuesday rough dia...
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Man gets death sentence for stealing seven bottles of beer, cigarettes in Ekiti

Kamarudeen Ogundele, Ado Ekiti An Ekiti State High Court sit...
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Moscow shops stockpile beer for World Cup fans
Moscow's shops are stocking up on beer to slake the thirst of World Cup fans after some bars reported shortages.

Climbing and beer, perch fishing, berries, TreeKeepers: WWW Chicago outdoors
Mix for the Wild Weekend Wandering includes climbing, beer, perch fishing on the lakefront, berry picking and registration for a TreeKeepers course.

Carbon dioxide shortage in N. Europe could affect beer, meat producers
A shortage of carbon dioxide in Northern Europe may cause beer to have less fizz, and meat producers could have trouble preserving some fresh foods.

Foul balls and beers don’t always mix
He didn’t get the ball and he lost the beer. A pop-up behind home plate at a Pirates game on Tuesday night came crashing down behind the dugout. One fan went for... read more

Moscow is running low on beer due to high demand from World Cup fans in Russia
This is a giant red flag. It’s not even one week into the tournament, but World Cup fans are partying so hard in Moscow that the capital of host country Russia is running... read more