The best thing you can do in all of Europe is treat yourself to an Irish pint.
Aldi’s official UK beer taster will get to sample drinks for the grocery chain that will be sent directly to their home.
‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ filming locations mostly got torn down after production. One genius decided to resurrect the pub.
It all comes down to a little science and the shape of your drinking vessel.
Why do people wear green on St. Patrick's Day? And why do they dye rivers green? Let’s dive into the history of some popular St. Patrick’s Day traditions.
Here’s a quick guide to keg sizes and capacities.
Nothing On Events hosted its inaugural event at a pub in March, and it plans to organize similar nudist gatherings in the coming months.
The ‘egg’ part of ‘eggnog’ is obvious. The ‘nog’ is a little more mysterious—possibly involving noggins and/or grog.
The hair of the dog is one of the oldest hangover cures still around today. But can it really save you from that pounding headache?
Busch's new nonalcoholic bone broth Dog Brew lets you safely share a "beer" with your canine companion.
Discover BrüMate's Hopsulator Slim can cooler which has a 4.9-star rating and over 50,000 reviews on Amazon.
How a love of drinking and Britain's 18th-century Toby jugs might have inspired the slang word for "face."
This Cadbury Creme Egg beer from Goose Island Brewery would make the perfect addition to any grownup's Easter basket.
The massive brewery uncovered in the ancient Egyptian city of Abydos was capable of producing 5900 gallons of beer at a time.
Cozy, crowded watering holes still aren’t safe to visit in person, but you can now mimic the din at home.
If you can't find a bottle opener at home, a key, a lighter, and even a sheet of paper can work in a pinch.
Waffle House and Oconee Brewing Company's new Bacon & Kegs beer is just as good with smothered hashbrowns as it is on its own.
Save 32 percent on the Tapology Microfoam Beer Tap while the six-pack cooler is on sale today for $80.
The first pumpkin ales were brewed back in the 17th century as a beer of last resort. Today, they're part of a $600 million fall-flavored industry.