Have Beer, Will Travel

Beer drinkers in a Prague restaurant are being treated to a stellar performance with model trains delivering pints to tables along their 700 meters of rail track. The trains at Jan Paukert Restaurant can travel up to 20 kilometers per hour, passing model bridges and lakes on their beer delivery route, fostering a great atmosphere.

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The Origins of Beer

Although it is hard to pinpoint an exact date, researchers believe that beer dates back to the days of cereal agriculture, around 10,000 BC. In 3500 BC, the first recorded evidence of brewing was left on clay tablets by Sumerians in the epic of Gilgamesh. Those tablets revealed that the majority of brewers were women.

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Drink Beer and Stay Healthy

Want to stay healthy this winter? Forget about cough drops and cold medicine. Go out and buy a six-pack of beer. A new study has shown beer contains a chemical can can ward off a common virus.  Of course, Sapporo, the Japanese beer brand, funded the study, so no telling if it is completely scientific. If you’re concerned, play it safe — and stock up on a 12-pack. H/T Instapundit

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World of Beers LXXX

On tap tonight: Carlton, Australia.

We conclude World of Beers with a skydiving extravaganza. Hope you enjoyed our series of 80 beer commercials spanning the globe. Skol!

And check in tomorrow for our new series — Go! Girl! Go! — running through November and December. Go! Girl! Go! will compile some of the hottest dance numbers ever recorded on celluloid, whether in Hollywood or Bollywood, Rome or Rio de Janeiro.

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