A startup is turning beer leftovers into gourmet granola bars



Now there’s a better drunk food than pizza.

A company in San Francisco called Regrained is selling beer granola bars. (Don’t worry, they don’t actually contain alcohol.)

Because only 10 percent of the ingredients used to make beer make it to the final product, Regrained sought out a way to repurpose those leftovers. 

With the slogan “Eat Beer,” the company turns the scraps of grain left over from the beer-making process — along with ingredients like organic honey, puffed quinoa, chocolate and sea salt — into tasty snack bars.  Read more…

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Buying the right Bud Light could win you Super Bowl tickets for life



The self-proclaimed beer company of America is calling on you to find the golden ticket. Or actually, the golden can.

Anheuser-Busch is playing Willy Wonka and giving out a golden can with a coveted prize sitting at the other end — Super Bowl tickets for life. 

You just have to buy Bud Light. And not just that, but only packs of 18, 24 or 30 12 oz. cans. Hidden among those specially marked beer packages — between now and Jan. 16. — are 37,000 cans with limited-edition “Strike Gold” Super Bowl-themed packaging.

If someone’s lucky enough to find a golden can, they can enter a contest to win Super Bowl tickets for the next 51 years, the company has promised. Read more…

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The most enviable traits of a discerning wheat beer drinker



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Forget horoscopes. Any serious beer drinker knows there’s only one true test of character: Your taste in brew, of course

Tiger White in particular is a telling choice of beverage. It has a distinct character, a bold bite, a signature cloudy color and an intricate flavour profile — though it’s also a beer with wide-ranging appeal, enjoyed by both the sophisticated and the novice beer-drinker alike.

If Tiger White is your go-to order at the bar, we bet you didn’t know how many character traits you’re likely to share with the very wheat beer you love to drink. Below, we’ve taken a stab at profiling the “wheat beer drinker” based on a few enviable personality traits.  Read more…

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