Pages tagged beer:

55 Beers That Will Knock You Flat On Your Ass | My Bad Pad

With the alcohol level in each. Interesting thing I stumbled across whilst stumbling.
car bomb cupcakes | smitten kitchen
Carbonnade: Beef and Beer Stew Recipe | Simply Recipes
# 3 1/2 lbs chuck roast, cut into 1-inch pieces # Salt and freshly ground black pepper # 4 Tbsp butter # 3 medium yellow onions sliced about 1/4 inch thick (about 8 cups) # 3 Tbsp all-purpose flour # 1 1/2 cups chicken or beef broth # 1 1/2 cups (12 oz bottle) Belgian beer # 4 sprigs fresh thyme # 2 bay leaves # 1 Tbsp whole grain mustard # 1 Tbsp brown sugar
The Simple Dollar » A Walkthrough and Cost Breakdown of Brewing Your Own Beer
via The Simple Dollar
A personal finance blog focusing on ordinary people dealing with unprecedented levels of debt.
Guinness Bread with Molasses Recipe | Simply Recipes
This is just about the easiest sweet bread I know; it takes precious little thought to make, tastes wonderful with sweet butter or cinnamon sugar, and, as an added bonus, this bread keeps for several days
gift for johanna?
Lifehacker Top 10: Top 10 Happy Hour Hacks
10. Find great beer to drink
Beer! - a set on Flickr
vintage beer cans
Il set di birre vintage ritratte e raccolte da Lance Wilson
Photos de canettes de bière du monde entier.
Collection de 163 packshots de canettes de bière
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Drunkest Guy Ever Goes for More Beer Video
Yes, this guy is unbelievably hammered, but check out the date and time. This happened at 10 in the morning...on a Tuesday.
A Good Appetite: Oatmeal Stout and Heath Bar Ice Cream
20 Things Worth Knowing About Beer - The Oatmeal
The Unusable and Superficial World of Beer and Alcohol Websites - Smashing Magazine
The Unusable and Superficial World of Beer and Alcohol Websites - Smashing Magazine
I was pretty excited when I came up with the idea of examining and showcasing some of the most famous beer and alcohol-related websites from a number of countries around the world. After all, who doesn’t like the odd drink now and again? (Well, besides me — I can’t stand alcohol in any form.) Surely this would make for an interesting article that would elicit quite a few comments. Well, if that’s the result, it wouldn’t be for the reasons I suspected when beginning to research this piece. Instead, I’ve concluded — due to problems related to typography, accessibility, and usability — that the apparent “beauty” present on many of the websites related to this industry is merely “skin deep”. To put it quite bluntly, the designers and developers people responsible for decision-making in the beer and alcohol website industry should be ashamed of themselves for creating such horrendous user experiences.
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The Unusable and Superficial World of Beer and Alcohol Websites - [from]
Beer Sommelier |
site que comibina alimentos
Beer Sommelier
Find the perfect beer pairing for food.
"An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bar. The first one orders a ..." - hot soup? anyone?
An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bar. The first one orders a beer. The second orders half a beer. The third, a quarter of a beer. The bartender says "You're all idiots", and pours two beers.
Excellent math joke.
combining vision and sound to perceive a concept
You be the judge!
via digg...
what's he sayinggggg????
Frugal Portland -
The New York Times took on Portland on a budget and discovered all sort of local favorites and that the city is very affordable.
History Lesson: The Story of Beer | Manolith
Manolith - History Lesson:
Miller's High Life is being marketed as a no-nonsense, honest beer for the man with less in his pocket. The website bears the claim: 'truth is, there are other beers out there that taste just as good as Miller High Life. Of course, those beers costs a whole lot more.'
Miller Beer is relying on this Web Site to educate viewers about their 1 second ads to air during the Super Bowl.
Berry Beer Baked Beans Recipe - 101 Cookbooks
It's a big, rich, hearty pot of beans that you could let bubble away for a couple hours while you go about your business. The beans are immersed in a decadent swamp of berry beer, dried berries, molasses, broth, and a few other flavorful accents. They get nice and plump, and the broth cooks waaay down and thickens. I think you'll like them.