Let’s start by answering the question – NO, you cannot get coronavirus from drinking Corona Extra. Or Corona Light. Or indeed any other beer.
Coronavirus is a respiratory illness. It has quite literally nothing to do with Corona beer, other than the fact they share similar names.
“Corona” is the latin word for ‘crown’. It’s also Spanish for ‘crown’ and Corona is a mexican beer. The coronavirus is somewhat crown shaped if you look at it under a microscope. You might’ve also noticed that there’s a crown on your Corona beer bottle, too. So the only thing the virus and the beer really have in common is etymology.
North Coast Brewing Co‘s most famous beer is Old Rasputin, one of the best imperial stouts you’ll find anywhere but there’s more to this brewery than epic beers…
Did you know about North Coast Brewing’s philanthropic focus on marine mammal conservation? They work with a number of organisations to advance sustainable initiatives and give back to the world. READ MORE
Well, sort of! Manchester based graphic designer, Dave Sedgwick, has been working with Track Brewing since their inception in 2015, helping shape their brand identity. While seeking inspiration for the label for Ouki, their new IPA (collab with Fuerst Wiacek), he noticed his two year old daughter Aoife had been scribbling away while he was working…
Happy Star Wars Day! Our original plan for this post was to put together a list of Star Wars inspired beers but when we racked our brains trying to think of some, the first three we thought of were all by the same brewery.
Moor Beer Co, based in Bristol have released a series of Star Wars beers over the last few years – and those beers have all been stellar. Out of this world, even. Insert other space puns here.
In a recent blog post, BrewDog gave us some insight into what happened in 2009 when, as a fledgling brewing company, they applied to Dragons’ Den in the hope of a £100,000 investment in exchange for 20% of their business.