This summer, beer goes soft-service | Entertainment

This summer, dozens of breweries are swapping their shaker pints and Teku glasses for cones and mugs. A small but growing number of beverage producers are using breakthrough technology to turn their beverages into frozen “ice cream”. In scoop fashion, fruit stouts and sour topped with chocolate chips and sauce …

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Alcohol deaths skyrocket in Britain during pandemic

(Bloomberg) – The British have made up for the closure of pubs, clubs and restaurants during the pandemic by drinking more at home, helping fuel an ‘unprecedented’ spike in alcohol-related deaths. Results from Public Health England on Thursday showed stores and supermarkets sold an additional 12.6 million liters of alcohol …

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Chase and Tock join forces to help restaurants

chase away partners with the hospitality industry service platform Knock in an effort to help patrons of the Chase Restaurant and Hospitality recover from the pandemic, such as Press release Wednesday (July 14). Until December 31, small business owners who run restaurants, wineries, events and pop-up shops will receive up …

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Vacancies in Welsh hotels show there is work available ‘if people are willing to do it’, advises adviser

// = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Photo by Louis Hansel @shotsoflouis on Unsplash Gareth Williams, local democracy journalist One adviser said vacancies in the hotel industry showed there was work available in North West and West Wales “as long as people are willing to do it”. John Brynmor Hughes, Llanengan’s adviser, was …

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Brewing of the original Oktoberfest Märzenbier

Exclusive to subscribers In Munich in 1872, the famous Schottenhamel tent needed more beer. Josef Sedlmayer had beer to sell … but it was a stronger lager brewed in the Viennese style. Thanks to beer historian Andreas Krennmair, we have a precise idea of ​​the recipe. All Access subscribers can …

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Workbench: wet square wave output of capacitors

Frank Hertel follows up on a question about his LED dimmer project By John Bisset Posted: July 14, 2021 Fig. 1: The circuit diagram of the dimmer showing the filter capacitors. Rob Atkinson, K5UJ, is an engineer from Saint Charles, Ill. And one of the many readers who enjoy the …

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