Journey in Life: beer
Showing posts with label beer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label beer. Show all posts

Monday, August 24, 2020

Không ngờ tệ đến vậy

trời lạnh đến mức không thể giao bia được...
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That's why, with a historic deep freeze gripping the Midwest, beer deliveries are on hold (hoãn) in some parts of the region.

Temperatures are so low that beer will freeze -- around 32 degrees or slightly lower, depending on alcohol content -- on the trucks before it can be delivered.

Kegged beer in trucks froze Tuesday, before temperatures even reached their coldest.

"Most of the folks up north are not delivering," says Mike Madigan, president of 

Minnesota Beer Wholesalers Association. "Most distributors are not delivering in the Twin Cities, down south and out west."

Hỗ trợ dọn sạch đường xá sau tai nạn

người dân phuket nhanh chóng "lấy bia miễn phí" càng nhiều càng tốt, sau khi xe chở bia bị lật gần cửa hàng 7-eleven...
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The truck carrying thousands of cans of Leo crashed in Rassanda in Phuket, Thailand on Friday and people quickly arrived to "help clear the road".

People were even seen leaving on motorbikes, trying to balance dozens of cans of the Thai-brewed lager.

The accident happened at around 6am when the van overturned in front of a 7-Eleven convenience store.

Bài trước: Lãng phí quá

Lãng phí quá

đi du lịch, tắm hơi với bia ở iceland...
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The Bjórböðin Beerspa & Restaurant might just be the best thing to come out of Scandinavia since ABBA, with patrons invited to enjoy any number of relaxing spa treatments.

Crucially, some of these treatments happen involve soaking (thấm nước, ngâm, nhúng) away those daily stresses in hot tubs filled with beer.

It’s the perfect opportunity to relax, lie back and get completely off your trolley.

You needn’t worry though - they aren’t expecting you to glug down (tiếng ồng ộc, nước đổ) on the beer-based juices you’re soaking your body in.

Instead, each tub comes complete with a beer tap that offers the user the latest tipple (rượu) from the nearby microbrewery.

Còn gì khó hơn không?

kodak nói rằng loại bia mới sắp ra thị trường có thể dùng để tráng phim...
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Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Delaware created its SuperEIGHT beer after a conversation with people at Kodak, the upstate New York technology company most famous for its photographic roots.

Dogfish learned from Kodak that heightened levels of acidity and vitamin C in certain beers could make them a processing agent for film. That inspired the brewery to design such a beer. Kodak helped by testing it.

Dogfish founder Sam Calagione says he'll document his summer travels on Super 8 film that will be developed in SuperEIGHT beer and turned into a short film.

Người của hành động

nam thanh niên đánh rắm làm còi ở căn hộ báo động...
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On March 18, Ziz O’Beirne shared in what is now a viral tweet that her "boyfriend set off our Co2 alarm after a fart.”

...O’Beirne explained that Gas Works Ireland responded to the alarm and had to do a walk-through of their apartment, as well as their neighbors.

That’s one way to shake off a St. Patrick’s Day hangover!

Những ai hay nhậu, chú ý

nam thanh niên china uống rượu say, tỉnh dậy sáng hôm sau thấy mất chim (dương vật), phải đi bệnh viện nối lại...
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Tan Nan had allegedly been out with friends in Hunan, southern China when he became so drunk he fell asleep.

When he came round the following morning he felt a sharp pain (đau nhói) in his groin (háng) - then noticed his genitals (bộ phận sinh dục ngoài) had been chopped off (chặt).

Police are now investigating the bizarre (kỳ quặc, lạ lùng) case, which happened in China.

Tan allegedly told cops he had no idea who was responsible for the cruel prank (trò chơi khăm ác ý/tàn ác).

Ok thôi nếu vặt cánh rồi

công ty bia ở florida dùng bướm làm thành phần trong quá trình ủ bia...
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The yeast (men bia) for Frosted Elfin New England-Style Session Pale Ale originated from (bắt nguồn từ) the bodies of live frosted (đông giá, sương giá) elfins (yêu tinh) in the Apalachicola National Forest. The butterflies once ranged from central Florida to Ontario, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service said, but have declined nationwide due to habitat loss.

The beer was a collaboration (sự hợp tác) between the brewery and scientists at the Florida Museum of Natural History, who netted the butterflies and gently swabbed them for yeast before releasing them back into the forest. Those yeast samples were multiplied in petri dishes to produce what was needed for brewing.

Bài trước: Đã có công lý

Đã có công lý

tòa án đức ra phán quyết 'hangover' (cảm giác buồn nản sau đêm say, ăn chơi trác táng, bia rượu) là một bệnh...

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A German court has ruled hangovers are an "illness", in a case against the maker of an anti-hangover drink.

The firm was taken to court in Frankfurt after being accused of making illegal (phi pháp) health claims (tuyên bố về sức khỏe) about its anti-hangover shots and drinks powders.

In its ruling, the court said illnesses (bệnh, thời kỳ đau ốm) included even small or temporary changes (thay đổi nhiệt độ) to the body's normal state (trạng thái bình thường của cơ thể).

Food products (thực phẩm chức năng), including drinks, cannot be marketed (không được tiếp thị là) as being able to prevent (ngăn chặn) or treat (điều trị) illnesses, it added.

"Information about a food product cannot ascribe (gán cho, quy cho) any properties for preventing, treating or healing a human illness or give the impression of such a property," the superior regional court's ruling said.

"By an illness, one should understand even small or temporary disruptions to the normal state or normal activity of the body."

This, it said, includes the tiredness, nausea (buồn nôn) and headaches (đau đầu) commonly associated with hangovers - and which the company, which was not named in the ruling, claimed its shots and powders could cure.

Bộ sưu tập mới của Glenlivet

ko cần cốc, bỏ viên con nhộng vào mồm và thưởng thức dòng rượu tinh túy...
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Although it may resemble a Fruit Gushers candy with its squishy (mềm, ướt át), capsule (viên con nhộng) shape, the latest innovation (sáng tạo mới nhất) from one of the biggest whisky producers in the world is definitely not for children (chắc chắn không dành cho trẻ em).

The Glenlivet’s new “Capsule Collection” gives Scotch whisky lovers the opportunity to enjoy their drink without the glass with small edible (ăn được) pods filled with booze (rượu, bữa rượu túy lúy).

“No ice. No stirrer. No glass. We’re redefining how whisky can be enjoyed,” the Scottish distillery (nhà máy chưng cất, nhà máy rượu) tweeted on Wednesday.

Each capsule contains 23 millilitres of single malt whisky and is housed in a “super-sustainable seaweed-extract casing,” according to a press release. The packaging was produced by the start-up company Notpla.

Bài trước: Ăn mừng thôi

Sunday, August 23, 2020

Ăn mừng thôi

không thể đợi cấp giấy phép được nữa, chủ quán mua lại giấy phép "mở quán bia" của quán vừa phá sản,

utah cấp giấy phép mở quán theo quota, tính theo số dân, cứ 10.000 dân chỉ được có một quán bia thôi...
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Jess Wilkerson got tired of waiting.

The owner of Trolley Wing Company informed Utah's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control on Tuesday that he was purchasing a liquor license from a bar going out of business. That removed him from the waiting list for a highly coveted bar license.

DABC commissioners, sympathetic to his plight, told him "congratulations!"

"Every time I come to this building, I leave with a different emotion. I’m either really happy or really upset or very angry or sad. But today, I’m happy," Wilkerson told FOX 13 afterward.

The DABC officially has no more bar licenses available and a list of businesses that want one.

The highly coveted licenses are doled out by population quota -- one for about every 10,000 residents. Each month, businesses plead their case and the commission decides who gets one. That license can make or break a business. Commissioners have publicly stated their preference to give licenses to "under-served areas," which often means rural Utah.

There may be only three licenses available in 2020 by population, and one may already be spoken for depending on how a court case resolves.

Bài trước: Tao khỏe có chi mô

Tao khỏe có chi mô

nạn nhân bị bắn mấy phát đạn sau khi cãi nhau với taxi, đòi... uống bia trong khi chờ xe cứu thương đến... :)
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“I’m good. Get me a beer,” the victim can be heard telling a gas station clerk on the call to 911.

“Don’t give him anything,” a 911 dispatcher (người điều vận) interrupts (ngắt lời, can thiệp).

“I can’t, baby I can’t. I’m saving you,” the clerk told the victim.

The victim was shot at a Marathon gas station in Moscow Thursday after an altercation with a man who investigators (cảnh sát điều tra) said was a taxi driver.

Có vấn đề gì không?

lái xe say rượu vượt quá mức 5 lần cho phép dễ dàng bị phát hiện và bắt giữ vì hai bánh trước mất lốp...
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The Greater Manchester Traffic Police reported that the unidentified (không xác định danh tính) motorist was “struggling to drive” and pulled over on a highway outside Bury, U.K.

Photos of the vehicle reveal that the tires were completely torn off the rims, which were severely worn by the time the cops stopped it.

Police said it was “no surprise” when the driver failed a breathalyzer test, which registered more than five times over the legal limit. The driver was arrested on the scene and was not the first to be caught with this type of violation in recent days.

Người hùng của lòng em

lính cứu hỏa mang bia đến thị trấn bị cháy, để người dân khỏi khát...
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More than a thousand people have been evacuated (sơ tán, di tản) from the town of Mallacoota, with the military (quân đội) sending landing craft (tàu) to collect families trapped there since New Year's Eve.

But after several shuttle runs and with the immediate emergency ebbing, the navy will deliver much-needed supplies, including a precious cargo of beer, to thirsty survivors (những người sống sót khát cháy cổ), a department of defence spokesperson confirmed to AFP.

Bài trước: Điều ưu tiên

Điều ưu tiên

vượt hàng rào cách ly, đến cửa hàng rượu
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Officials said the man, who arrived from Sydney, Australia on July 1, cut through ties in a six-foot fence to break out of a temporary managed isolation facility (địa điểm cách ly) in the Distinction Hotel, Hamilton, on New Zealand's North Island.

All people entering New Zealand must stay in managed isolation or quarantine for at least 14 days and test negative for coronavirus before they are allowed to move around freely, but several arrivals to the country have so far absconded from these facilities.

Sunday, August 2, 2020

Nghị định 100 thật đúng thời điểm

ở vương quốc anh, những người ko tuân thủ giãn cách xã hội là... bọn say rượu
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It is “crystal (trong suốt như pha lê) clear” drunk people can’t – or won’t – socially distance, a police chief has warned after scenes showed huge crowds packed into Soho in central London.

John Apter, chair of the Police Federation, said he witnessed “naked men, happy drunks, angry drunks, fights and more angry drunks” while on shift in Southampton – and there were similar scenes across the rest of England.

Chris Whitty, England’s chief medical officer, had warned reopening pubs was a “high risk” for spreading coronavirus ahead of the easing of lockdown restrictions which also saw restaurants, cinemas, hairdressers and museums open their doors on what was dubbed “Super Saturday”.

Bài trước: Ôi, không

Monday, July 13, 2020

Ôi, không

Guinness dùng bia ế để tưới cây thông cho giáng sinh...
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As the coronavirus pandemic shut down bars, restaurants and venues across the world, many beer-makers suddenly found themselves with the same problem. As more and more kegs of unused beer (két bia chưa được mở) started to pile up (chất đống), these companies were forced to find safe ways to get rid of the stale (cũ, để lâu, ôi thiu) drink.

So Guinness turned to nature. The beer brand has reportedly been using hundreds of thousands of unused kegs of beer to fertilize (làm phân bón) Christmas trees.

Bài trước: Đồ chết tiệt

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Đồ chết tiệt

tấn công mã độc khiến công ty bia ngừng sản xuất tạm thời...
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“There remains no evidence that any of the information contained in our system (including financial or personal information) has been affected,” Lion said.

In a Monday update the beverage company said its IT teams and cybersecurity advisors had “made good progress” in mitigating the incident it continues “to have limited visibility of our products in our systems” though it is “hoping to get a number of our breweries back up and running very soon.”

Bài trước: Ngày càng tệ

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Ngày càng tệ

pháp sẽ chuyển đổi rượu ko bán được trong 2 tháng phong tỏa vì covid-19 thành cồn sát khuẩn...
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French winemakers (công ty sản xuất rượu) will transform (biến đổi) wine that went unsold during the country's two-month coronavirus lockdown into hand sanitiser (sát khuẩn tay) and ethanol to make room for the next harvest,

Wine sales and exports, particularly to the US, plunged at the height of the coronavirus crisis, leaving winemakers with millions of litres of unsold wine.

Bài trước: Chắc ai cũng từng

Monday, June 29, 2020

Chắc ai cũng từng

say rượu, khỏa thân, ngồi trên cột đèn giao thông qua đêm... :D
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K9 police dog Cwyk caught up with the suspect, who "was actively fighting" the police dog when officers got to them. Police said the suspect put the dog in a headlock and punched it several times.

Officers arrested Brandon Lee Jackson, 39, of Eugene for second-degree assault, reckless endangering, first-degree criminal trespass, first-degree criminal mischief, public indecency (khiếm nhã nơi công cộng) and second-degree disorderly conduct (hành vi gây rối trật tự) related to the incident Monday night that continued until Tuesday morning.

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Đáng lẽ cứ để tự nhiên

hai người bị bắt vì say rượu bắn nhau (có mặc áo chống đạn)
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According to the affidavit (bản khai có tuyên thệ), a deputy with the Benton County Sheriff's Office first interviewed Ferris after he was admitted to hospital late Sunday night. The man reportedly had a red spot on his upper chest but tried to concoct an elaborate (tỉ mỉ, kỹ lưỡng, công phu; trau chuốt, tinh vi) cover story for the injury.

Ferris claimed an "asset" had paid him $200 for protection. He said the pair met another man at around 10 p.m. and ended up in a gunfight.

The 50-year-old told the deputy he was hit multiple times but returned shots and fled in a car. He said he was taken to the hospital by the so-called asset. Later, he admitted making up the tale (thêu dệt) in an attempt to protect his friend.

he confirmed they were drinking and playing with a bullet-resistant vest (áo chống đạn). After asking Hicks to shoot him, he was hit in the chest with a .22 caliber semi-automatic rifle, leaving the mark.

Ferris asserted that he had been left "pissed" about the injury and then "unloaded the clip" into Hicks, who by this stage was wearing the vest. The friend was struck five times in the back. Luckily none of the bullets (viên đạn) pierced (xuyên thủng) the material.

Bài trước: Ôi, khôôông...