27 Apr 2016

6 Different Drinking Guidelines applied around the World

Different governments across the globe have different guidelines about what they consider the safe limit for alcohol consumption; so the amount of alcohol you can consume safely depends on where you live. A recent study assessing the safe drinking guidelines in 37 countries revealed the following: Some countries have the same drinking guidelines for men […]
20 Apr 2016

A Smartphone App To Help You Keep Track of Your Drinking

We now have a smartphone app for everything, don’t we? Among the latest applications, is the Alcohol Tracker. Doctors in Singapore developed this smartphone app with an aim of helping users manage their alcohol intake. How the Alcohol Tracker Works After downloading the app, users are allowed to enter how many drinks they take each […]
13 Apr 2016

Nondrinkers more likely to be depressed than moderate drinkers

According to a new Gallop Poll, moderate drinkers are the least likely to be diagnosed with depression compared to teetotalers and heavy drinkers. Findings from the survey indicated that 13 percent of moderate drinkers has been diagnosed with depression at one point in their lives, compared with 17 percent of heavy drinkers and 19 percent […]
6 Apr 2016

Which Kind of Beer Should You Drink

Although beer is only the third most popular drink after water and tea, it is considered the world’s favorite alcoholic beverage. Indeed, there are now more varieties of beer to choose from than ever before. From ales to lagers, you’ll be greeted with shelves of fascinating brews when you walk into any booze shop. So, […]
31 Mar 2016

Metro Edmonton – BeerFest Celebrates 10 Years

We are very happy to announce that Metro News Edmonton has done a very nice feature on our 10th anniversary celebration coming up this weekend. We are almost sold out of tickets so be sure to get yours before they are all gone! Click the image for the full size article!
23 Mar 2016

BeerFest 2016 – Beer Tasting with The Bear, Virgin Radio and TSN

Our good friend Ben from Steam Whistle sat down with some local radio personalities to taste a few different beers this morning. Check out the videos below and if you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, be sure to get them today! Don’t leave it to the last minute! Virgin Radio 104.9 100.3 The Bear TSN […]
21 Mar 2016

Survivors Guide to Beer Fest 2016

Beer festivals are great after a few months of extreme cold, and not just because they give you an opportunity to drink inside. The Edmonton 10th Annual Beer Festival gives you access to rare, less-available beers, so you can taste a wide variety, hang out with your heroes and other beer lovers, and learn a […]
15 Mar 2016

Toast to Ancient Gods of Drinking & Beer at BeerFest 2016

This year at BeerFest we are updating our BeerGod passes to pay homage to the ancient gods of drinking and beer! These passes give you the ultimate access to the show, so you truly feel like a god among mortals! Learn all about the ancient gods of beer and drinking featured on our passes: Aegir […]
9 Mar 2016

Top 5 Rated Beers in Canada

Canada has a well-established brewing scene. Apart from a few old beers, the country has a booming craft beer industry. Among the many beers available, here are five top-rated beers in Canada.   Péché Mortel– Brasserie Dieu du Ciel!  Péché Mortel is a black and dense beer with distinctive roasted flavors. Its brewers infuse fair trade coffee in […]
2 Mar 2016

5 Beer Tasting Tips

Beer tasting should be a full olfactory experience. However, many factors can alter your senses impacting on your overall experience. For instance, tobacco, strong perfumes, salty or greasy food can overstimulate your senses making them less sensitive to delicate beer flavors. Here are five beer tasting tips to take your beer tasting and drinking to […]