Insights From The CMO Of The Biggest Beer Company In The World

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Can you explain to me what ZX Ventures is? – Sure. – And why it makes sense to have somebody who heads up an important part of the business also become the chief marketing officer for the entire business? – Yeah, so, I mean ZX Ventures is our innovation and ventures arm. We set up […]

How To Stop Vomiting After Drinking Too Much Alcohol

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Hello everybody. Thanks for tuning in to this episode of two and a half two in two and a a half. Today, I’m talking about alcohol and alcohol consumption. Well, I’ll talk about alcohol and alcohol consumption and hangovers, and the reason i’m going to do that is last night, I had a couple of […]

Halifax DONAIR Cooked On Vertical BEER KEG BBQ

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welcome friends welcome back to the kitchen if you have been following along you might have seen some of the videos where Julie and I went to Mexico City and we did a street food tour and after eating a whole lot of Pastore it occurred to me that I’ve got a beer keg and […]

Evangelion beer tribute in anime (version 2)

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Let’s eat! Let’s eat… This is what makes life worth living! Don’t you want to eat? It’s pretty tasty, even if it’s instant. Let’s eat! Let’s eat… This is what makes life worth living! Don’t you want to eat? It’s pretty good, even if it’s instant. Abalone and sea urchin, five more servings. Then bring […]

On This Day – 8 November 1923 – The Beer Hall Putsch

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The date, the 8th of November, 1923 On this day Adolf Hitler attempted to overthrow the German government. Adolf Hitler, the leader of the National Socialist German Worker’s Party, the NSDAP or Nazi Party, had quickly risen through the German Worker’s Party, the Nazi party’s predecessor, after initially infiltrating it for German Army Intelligence. Many, […]

Bordeaux Wines: Saint-Emilion Vs Pomerol

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Saint-Emilion and Pomerol Two of the most featured names in fine wine and to a large extent the basis for the reputation of Bordeaux’s Right Bank Sitting near the Dordogne river that feeds into the Grionde estuary and splits Bordeaux into two sides, these two Appellations date back thousands of years Today they are famed […]

Should You Actually Drink Your Own Pee To Survive?

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Hopefully this never happens to you, but, let’s say you found yourself in an extreme situation. You’re out of food and water, and the only liquid nearby is, well (zipper zips) your own. (liquid splashing) You’ve heard of astronauts drinking urine in space, but they have high tech filtration systems, and you don’t. Your best […]

HOW TO: Order A Beer In A British Pub Like A Native English Speaker

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today we are going to the pub and we’re going to do a quick functional english episode in and around the pub what’s your tipple? What do you fancy? pint of larger? Yeah, OK. Pint of Kronenbourge? OK. I’m gonna ask what they’ve got on tap as well as I like more more interesting beers […]

Martini | How to Drink

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– This is How to Drink, the show about making cocktails and how to drink them. I’m Greg and I have never been a professional bartender. I’ve never even had a job in a bar. I don’t worry too much about precision and technique because at the end of the day, if the drink you […]

Wine Tasting Tips | Traverse City Wineries

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Hi, I’m Brandy from Traverse Traveler, your mobile guide to the Travers area. I’m here today with Explore TC to share some tips for wine tasting in Northern Michigan. Before we head on the wine trail, let’s talk about what to bring. Pack some bottled water and snacks to take with you in a cooler […]