The Indianapolis Star says Indiana microbrewers want to sell beer on Sundays. Lafayette's Ron Alting "said he would introduce a bill for the microbreweries in the upcoming legislative session and plans to hear it in the Senate Commerce and Public Policy Committee he chairs. He said he'd ask fellow lawmakers and lobbyists not to amend it to apply to any other issue -- especially Sunday sales at grocery and convenience stores."
A Good Head, Rita T. Kohn, Book - Barnes & Noble. Need we say more except that it's actually named True Brew. Preorder of course. Publication date is said to be February 16th but don't bet the farm on that. IU Press's release date is actually July 1, 2010.
Chicago's Downtown Marriott has bee hives on the roof. On purpose. 200,000 bees. They have gathered 200 pounds of honey and Half Acre Brewery has turned it into Rooftop Honey Wheat.
Kid Rock American Badass Beer. "Crisp, refreshing and smooth as a traditional lager can be. Delivers a nice hit of carbonation at first and finishes with a slight citrus note. This is a highly approachable beer that delivers a bright lager flavor without even a hint of aftertaste. Cascade hops light up the aroma while balancing the brew. Brewed for maximum appeal and slamability. Midwestern malted barley and hard, red winter wheat from Michigan, transform water from the Saginaw Aquifer into a beer that's a true American lager and truly Badass." Slamability?
Save the earth. It's the only planet with beer.