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Bud Light's New Can Is Trying to Distract You From the Real Problem With Beer Today Bud Light's New Can Is Trying to Distract You From the Real Problem With Beer Today

Earlier this year, the parent company of Anheuser-Busch, AB InBev, started snatching up small craft breweries all across the country. In fact, InBev bought another one just yesterday, the same day the Belgian-Brazilian conglomerate announced the redesign of its own flagship light beer, Bud Light.

Hot Beer. No Really, Hot Beer.  Hot Beer. No Really, Hot Beer. 

When I go home to Tennessee, nobody ever asks me if I want a beer. "How 'bout a col'beer?" say the Southerners as they toss a can through the air. (All one word.) The ice cold brew cuts through the summertime humidity nicely. This frigid February in New York City deserves a different kind of cocktail.

Rain, Architecture, Budweiser: What's Ruining Our Cities This Week Rain, Architecture, Budweiser: What's Ruining Our Cities This Week

Why let all the big cities have all the gentrification, design battles, and corporate takeovers? This week we focus on the towns—including a famous temporary one in the desert, population 50,000. It's a small-city edition of What's Ruining Our Cities.

The Differences Between a Budweiser and a Craft Brew (In GIFs) The Differences Between a Budweiser and a Craft Brew (In GIFs)

We all sort of have an idea of how it works: craft brew is lovingly hand-coaxed into existence, while commercial brew is rattled around in big, scary machines, right? Well let's see with our own eyes. The good folks at St. Louis Public Radio have done a fun GIF series peeking inside the operations of both…

Turn Your Favorite Beer Into Your Favorite Cocktail Turn Your Favorite Beer Into Your Favorite Cocktail

Do you want a beer, or do you want a cocktail? The answer is yes. You want both. Right now. Simultaneously. In a single glass.

Why So Many Beer Bottles Suddenly Look So Different Why So Many Beer Bottles Suddenly Look So Different

You'd know a can of Budweiser anywhere. Like many other major brands, whether it's Coca-Cola, M&Ms, or BMW, Bud's red and white packaging is instantly recognizable. It's familiar, it's safe, and it's universally likeable. But recently Budweiser, along with several other ubiquitous beer makers including Miller Lite,…

Would You Ever Use a Facebook-Connected Beer Mug? Would You Ever Use a Facebook-Connected Beer Mug?

In the grand scheme of things, social media is pretty great by most accounts. It's changed the face of the Internet. Drinking is also pretty great. It formed the shape of the world. So how about Facebook-connected beer receptacles? Two great tastes that taste great together or…

Why Would Anyone Buy a Bow Tie-Shaped Beer Can That Actually Gives You Less Beer? Why Would Anyone Buy a Bow Tie-Shaped Beer Can That Actually Gives You Less Beer?

When Budweiser changed its iconic all American beer can to accentuate the bow tie logo of the so called King of Beers, I was not happy. Even though I don't really care what the outside of the beer can looks like as long as my words start slurring. Even though I don't drink Budweiser. It was a telegraphed move by an…

The Wassup Commercial: Back In the Days When Men Communicated The Wassup Commercial: Back In the Days When Men Communicated

The Wassup Boys were a glimpse at the Early 2000 Male's civilized relationship with technology. No, really.

Beer-Filled USB Drive Raises Disturbing Questions Beer-Filled USB Drive Raises Disturbing Questions

Gadgets like this Beer-Filled USB Flash Drive really make me question the basics. More than my first-year university philosophy class did, anyway. Existential angst, the downfall of western civilization, and "customizable floaties" after the jump. Is capitalism really that great, if it leads to beer-filled USB flash…

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