Kid Carboy dissects a Bud Light Platinum Super Bowl commercial. Can you conjecture a guess as to whether he liked it or not?
If you read this blog on a regular basis, then chances are that you too have fantasized about ditching the rat race to start your own brewery, but most of us never get beyond the weekend home brewer stage and are forced to drown our “coulda, shoulda” sorrows in pints of the latest and greatest regional brew while checking email on our phones. One man who actually took the plunge and gave up a cushy corporate gig to pursue the dream of making the perfect beer is Rob Croxall, owner and head brewer of El Segundo Brewing Company, in El Segundo, CA.
The depths to which big beer will sink to lure in new (read: young) consumers has reached a new low this week…
Kid Carboy Jr. returns with a look into ten of the very worst brewery websites. It gets ugly—real ugly.
Newest Alehead Jimmy Hoppa reveals his craft beer lowlights of 2011.
A (translated) interview with MillerCoors CEO, Tom Long.
Brother Barley examines the wide world of hop-related beer labels.
More offensive beer labels from the Aleheads. Nice…
Kid Carboy Jr. points out what some of the best brewery websites are doing right, and how to build the ideal brewery website.
Slouch and Barley imagine some classic beer/band collaborations. Rock on…
Alright Miller Lite, did you just tell me I can “Taste Greatness”? That’s it, someone please put me out of my misery.
Brother Barley reveals an updated map of Alehead Nation. Enjoy!
With the release of Bud Light Platinum, Anheuser-Busch has finally solved all of the world’s problems.
Slouch and Barley create some ridiculous new beer labels for your amusement.
The craft brewing proliferation over the past few decades has increased the number of beers on package store shelves exponentially. With greater variety comes a greater need to differentiate your product. You can certainly do that by making better beer than your competition. Or by pushing the envelope with extreme beers. Or by developing new, […]
Slouch is befuddled by the latest Weihenstephan announcement.
Spoiler alert: Slouch is unimpressed with AB-InBev’s 9-11 commercial.
The Aleheads seek out the most offensive beer labels in the world. Won’t someone think of the children?!?!
Brother Barley looks at some of the hottest beer labels on the market. You’re welcome!
Lord Copperpot has been watching too much TV. And he’s definitely been thinking too much.