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Jaguars offer free beer to fans for Sunday's game against Colts Things are pretty bleak in Jacksonville, so on Thursday the Jaguars ran a promotion offering fans two free beers with a purchase of a ticket for Sunday's game against the Colts. Friday,
The Jacksonville Jaguars are running a ticket promotion where fans get two free beers when they buy a ticket to Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. The NFL has antiquated blackout rules where a game cannot be shown on television in a local
That's the deal for volunteers Saturday at the Pourhouse craft beer taproom in Port Townsend. The Peninsula Daily News reports ( http://bit.ly/18ySTF3 ) volunteers have to register with the Marine Science Center in the parking lot. They'll be
Bob Johnson loved baseball and Tacoma enough to help keep them together in 1972. He was one of fewer than 20 businessmen who stepped forward that year and invested $5,000 with Stan Naccarato to save the Rainiers. That was 11 years after Johnson
Stories Sunglasses and Advil might not be the only cure for a hangover these days. Australian scientists have brewed up a hangover-free beer , allowing drinkers to keep sipping while avoiding dehydration that leads to next-day hangover symptoms.
This Amstel spot out of Bulgaria adds the latest twist to the share-baiting trendforcing antsy consumers to actually stand still in one place for three minutes if they want a free beer...Really, it's like all the others in that it's just another way
Stories Alcohol-free beer has become big business in the Middle East, where the predominantly young and fashionable set is turning to fake booze in their desire to be a part of the glamorized image of free and frolicking revelers. The Middle East
When an album leaks online, what leaks is data, and that data means dollars. Each file, in the industry's pleadings, means some amount of profit lost. In the digital era, US music sales have contracted from around $14 billion to $7 billion annually.
At the Citistates conference in New Hampshire, I met a young blogger named Sam Newberg, who publishes Urban Joe , a blog about urbanism in the Twin Cities. Sam told me about some young entrepreneurs in his neighborhood who wanted to open a brewpub
This is up a 'significant' 10 percentage points on the previous survey, the researchers say. Technological developments have improved the taste, it is more widely available and there is better advertising, says Cees-Jan Adema of the Dutch brewing