Beer

Czarface, the supergroup comprised of Wu-Tang Clan swordsman Inspectah Deck, and Boston underground veterans 7L & Esoteric, has merged the sensibilities of Hip-Hop and comics seamlessly across six albums. In a collaborative effort with Bent Water Brewing out of Massetchestts, the group has their own brew named Don The Armor.

A Brooklyn beer company tried it recently after it released a brew inspired by Beyoncé and made a play on the Houston superstar’s name. Lineup Brewing’s Bïeryoncé was slapped with the good cease and desist from Queen Bey‘s legal team although the beer is still for sale until supplies end.

A Philadelphia, Pa. brewing company is using Staten Island, New York’s Wu-Tang Clan as its inspiration for an upcoming beer release. Dock Beer is currently aging its golden saison with the clever name, Dock Beer Ain’t Nuthin’ To Funk With.”

Two major beer companies are removing their sponsorship from all St. Patrick’s Day parade festivities for tomorrow, all in the name of gay rights.

Historically Black Colleges need rejoice as alcohol giant MillerCoors has decided to adorn their hollowed educational halls with financial support. In a philanthropic move, Coors Brewing Company has donated $1.3 million to the Thurgood Marshal College Fund, which has traditionally been an economic force on the HBCU scene. “As the founding corporate sponsor, MillerCoors recognizes […]