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Ann Coulter: Whatever It Takes

The Democrats’ current position on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is: We cannot have someone addicted to beer on our highest court! What if a foreign power were to ply him with this nectar in a can? Talk about taking control of our government! Suppose they throw in a case of Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier?

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Budweiser Debuts Pro-Immigration Super Bowl Ad

Budweiser has chosen the charged political issue of immigration as the subject of its Super Bowl LI commercial. The 60-second spot explains the origin story of the beer company’s immigrant co-founder, Adolphus Busch.

Beer is presented at the opening day of the 'Gruene Woche' (Green Week) agricultural fair in Berlin on January 15, 2016. The International Green Week opens its doors to the public till January 24.

Israel’s SodaStream Turns To Home-Brewed Beer

The Times of Israel reports: SodaStream, the Israeli company that brought homemade carbonated drinks to kitchens around the world, is making a bid to conquer the home pub with the introduction of Beer Bar, its first homemade brew.

In this Friday, July 31, 2015, a Polar beer vendor makes his last weekend delivery to a liquor store in Caracas, Venezuela. Starting Monday, at least two of Polar's six beer plants is closing temporarily for lack of ingredients, affecting 25% of beer production in a country with one of …

Venezuela’s Largest Beer Producer Shuts Down

Alimentos Polar, the corporation responsible for making 80 percent of Venezuela’s beer supply, has shut down all its beer plants after months of being denied the dollars necessary to buy malted barley for production. The shutdown threatens to completely deplete Venezuela’s beer supply.

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Santa Monica Named ‘Drunkest City in California’

It’s the end of the road, the last stop on the fabled Route 66. Locals call it the “People’s Republic” for its left-wing politics. Now Santa Monica has a new title: “Drunkest City in California.”

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Between Import Woes and a Union Strike, Venezuela May Run Out of Beer

A Chavista union demanding higher wages, combined with difficulties in importing necessary ingredients, are threatening to leave Venezuela without beer. The potential scarcity of the extremely popular beverage is just the latest in a string of increasingly difficult to find common goods in the socialist nation.