The DB Breweries in New Zealand realized how much yeast waste they end up with every week, so they called in Gull Petroleum to turn all that into 98 octane biofuel also known as E10.
A 26-year-old hero was given a stern talking-to for driving this righteous motorized cooler around a mall parking lot. Later on, cops caught him again whipping the thing around city streets and charged him with "driving unlicensed, and driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle."
Two semi-trucks collided at around 7 in the morning yesterday on I-95 in McIntosh County, Georgia. Nobody was hurt, unless you count boxes and boxes of spilled Budweiser as a mass casualty.
Hyundai's Thierry Neuville sprung a leak in his radiator at Rally Mexico over the weekend, so he filled it with beer.
Delivery drivers who bring beer to bars are doing the lord's work. But haven't you always wanted to steal one of the trucks and all the beery deliciousness inside? Yeah, someone finally followed through with it.
Bros everywhere will crush cans in approval when they hear Houston firefighter Craig Moreau saved a Coors truck from burning by spraying beer on the blaze.
Forget Beethoven, forget Goethe, this is the most German thing you will ever see: highly precise industrial machinery...being used to open a bottle of beer.
I suspect I'm not alone when I confess I occasionally have car-related dreams. This past week, I woke from a very vivid dream, though I could only remember one part of it clearly. It was a dream about a car, a BMW 2002.
Kara Fitzgerald Overman of Burlington, NC, was arrested last Wednesday after she allegedly crashed her pickup truck into the front of the Deep Creek Convenience Store, grabbed a case of beer, and drove off.
Workers at a Lockheed Martin plant in Texas are attempting to one-up their Michigander counterparts by drinking and smoking during lunch while building F-35 fighter jets. Cue the local news gotcha video.
A convoy of extreme truckers conquered snow, 250 traffic lights, and 1,614 service wires to move six gigantic one-million-bottle capacity fermenting vats from a German ship to the Molson Coors Brewery in Toronto. That's a lot of Keystone Light.
Hyphenated names are popular with women who want to maintain their identity after marrying some doorknob. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Toyota carries a twin moniker, but does its dowry make it not the marrying kind?
This weekend I risked heart failure and trans fat-poisoning at the Texas State Fair — the lard-fried mecca that invented corn dogs — to uncover the secret behind fried beer, fried butter and yes, even fried Pop Tarts.
Back around 1990, when I was a broke-ass slacker and figured out how to make beer for cheap, I got into making custom photocopier-and-glue-stick custom beer labels. You've seen Powerglide Road Soda, and now I've unearthed another old label.
This is Paul Hutton, 40, of Clacton-on-Sea, England. A judge recently convicted him for operating a 4-mph toy electric Barbie car in front of his house while drunk. He has lost his driver's license but earned our undying respect.
I know what you cancer-stick-addicted types are saying: "But you can use a lighter to open a bottle!" Yes, yes, a key works too, but there's something extra satisfying about opening bottles with your car.