The Friday Link Roundup is a feature wherein Ben’s Beer Blog lazily points you to other beery things worth reading on the interwebs this week.
|Science alert: labs in Southern California are mapping the DNA sequences of brewing yeasts. via The New York Times|
|Paul Roof, in addition to having this badass beard, is a Charleston Southern University associate professor and lost his job when this image appeared on a beer label. Gawker has the details.|
|From Wired, a lengthy look at the science of your hangover. It’s so long your hangover will be gone by the time you read it all.|
|40 years ago, on June 4, 1974, the Cleveland Indians decided to have a 10 cent beer night. To mark the anniversary, retired sportswriter Dan Coughlin recalls the infamous and riotous event for Cleveland.com|
4 thoughts on “The Friday Link Roundup 06.06.14”
Back in 2002, I was teaching at a university in China, and they held yet another banquet for their foreign experts. Somehow, a New Yorker, a New Zealander, and I decided to sing a song to our boss. I Like Beer, by Tom T. Hall. All three of us knew every word and sang it perfectly. What are the odds of that?