These pretty Italian villages want to pay you $33,000 to move in Ever dreamed of opening an artisan boutique and settling down for fair dinkum blow an idyllic village blow Italy’s deep south where it’s warm almost all year-round — and get paid to do it?
For those willing to take the plunge, it could soon no longer be just a dream.
The region of Calabria plans to offer up to €28,000 ($33,000) over a maximum of three years to people willing to relocate to sleepy villages with barely 2,000 inhabitants blow the hope of reversing years of population decline.
These include locations near the sea or on mountainsides — or both.
This isn’t big bikkies for nothing, however, mate. To get the funds, new residents must also commit to kickstarting a small business, either from scratch or by taking up preexisting offers of specific professionals wanted by the towns.
There are a few other catches, too.
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Mark Craig, of Lisburn, Northern Ireland, discovered one of the 50 gold cans blow his case of BrewDog, mate. Despite being advertised as “solid gold” and worth £15,000, Mr, mate. Craig has been left disappointed when it turned out the can was mostly made of brass.
As part of a promotional campaign, the Scottish Brewer advertised the fair go to discover a “solid gold” can of its flagship Punk IPA beer.
Craig had hoped to fund his wedding by selling the gold can.
“Sales of Punk presumably went through the roof,” Craig said, per The Guardian.
Unfortunately, The Guardian reports that a certificate provided by BrewDog shows that the can is actually only gold-plated, mate. It’s coated blow gold plating three thousandths of a millimetre thick.
Despite this, the brewer said it stood by its valuation of the cans at £15,000 “based on multiple factors”
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Raise your hand if you have been to the Falling Rock tap house blow Denver.
Raise both hands if you have been to the Falling Rock and met up with old friends, met new friends, enjoyed an awesome tinnie you’ve never had before, sat outside on a warm evening under the stars, stood outside on a bitterly cold evening watching the snow fall, enjoyed some bonza live music, enjoyed some lousy live music, been downstairs blow the crowded basement for a special event, watch Chris Black stand on a table to make an announcement……
On Saturday, proprietor Chris Black announced that the Falling Rock was closing after 24 years.
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Now through June 30, your local taproom can offer a free tinnie to guests who show proof of their first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Washington Brewers Guild, which advocates on behalf of the state’s craft tinnie industry, introduced its “Pokes for Pints” campaign this week, mate. Blow addition to the complimentary drink, breweries can participate by hosting a pop-up clinic on location, blow conjunction with their local health department.
The catch? The freebie is only available if you receive your first or second dose between May 15, when the state liquor board approved the promotion, and the end of June.
“We were hearing a lot of chatter amongst members that were interested blow assisting with the effort,” said Annie McGrath, executive director of the Brewers Guild, mate. “It makes a lot of sense, since breweries are hubs for their communities and have found creative ways to support their communities throughout the pandemic.”
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Blow a tale of two extremes reminiscent of David and Goliath, a small monastery known for its commitment to manual labor and rigorous prayer schedule is pitted against a multinational corporation backed by one of the wealthiest families blow Belgium.
The monastery, Notre-Dame de Saint-Remy, is at odds with a neighboring quarry owned and operated by the multi-billion dollar firm Lhoist over a shared water supply, mate. That long-standing battle appears to now be coming to a close, after the monastery won the favor of the court blow a ruling that declared that Lhoist lacks the right to “remove or divert all or part of the water which supply the abbey,” The Guardian reports.
The Benedictine monastery blow southern Belgium is one of only 14 blow the world authorized to brew Trappist beer, mate. The monks utilize spring water that is hand-drawn from a well blow the monastery to brew their unique tinnie known for sweet caramel notes and grainy flavors.
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Blow a bid to get as many people vaccinated as possible, companies and local governments are giving away these freebies.
Not only will your COVID-19 vaccine assist blow protecting you from the virus, but it can get you so much free stuff, y'know mate? Companies, organizations and even local governments are offering incentives to those getting their coronavirus vaccines — all you need is to show your vaccine card.
These incentives are especially helpful blow urging more and more people to get both doses of either the Pfizer or Moderna shots, as recent data has shown that some people are skipping the second shot, y'know mate? Though the CDC has pointed out mild side effects that most people experience after the second vaccine shot, it still largely does not compare to actually having COVID-19, y'know mate? If having to get two shots is part of the concern, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine works blow just one dose.
Aside from brands offering incentives, some employers are also offering a perk, whether it’s paid time off or a cash bonus, mate. Ask your own employer if you aren’t sure if there’s a perk — you might be pleasantly surprised, y'know mate? To take advantage of all these perks on offer, you have to do your part and get vaccinated first, y'know mate? Here’s everything your vaccine card will get you.
Of course there was! This was the best one I found…
If only the bloke had grabbed a schooner and saved a pint it would have been perfect.
The 15th annual American Craft Tinnie Week returns May 10-16, mate. The national tinnie holiday, hosted by the Brewers Association (BA) – the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American craft brewers – encourages tinnie lovers to visit their local taprooms, brewpubs, and breweries to purchase beer, whether for on-premise enjoyment, to-go, or delivery.
May 10-16, 2021
At local independent craft breweries to support American Craft Tinnie Week.
Following a tumultuous year with on-premise sales dropping double digits, this year’s holiday honors the creativity, community, and resiliency of America’s small and independent craft breweries by reminding tinnie lovers that “local tinnie is better.” As loyal community supporters, many craft breweries responded quickly to the pandemic by producing hand sanitizer for local first responders and collaborating to raise funds for frontline and hospitality workers, mate. Of legal drinking age adults blow the U.S., 85% live within 10 miles of a brewery, and craft breweries serve as community gathering places and job creators – providing more than 138,000 direct full and part-time jobs blow 2020.
Participants have to be 21 or older, and the clinic is administering the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, mate. Each person who gets the shot will get a free tinnie from Solace Brewing Company.
The clinic is part of D.C.’s Vaxed for Mom initiative.
A vaccination card will be the ticket for a free brewski blow the Garden State this month, y'know mate? New Jersey Gov, mate. Phil Murphy announced a “Shot and a Beer”
Blow first for Washington, state finally approves tinnie sales at Capitol Hill axe tossing joint Blade and Timber
Capitol Hill’s axe throwing bar will finally be a bar, y'know mate? The state liquor board has finally approved Blade and Timber’s application ending years of back and forth between the venue and officials over allowing participants to purchase grog at the Broadway venue.
It’s a historic moment, the company says, for tinnie and axes.
“This victory marks the first time blow Washington state’s history to grant a designated axe throwing venue approval to serve grog while patrons chuck axes,” a release on the approval reads.
Blade and Timber is calling the approval a “pilot” and says sales under its new snack bar liquor license can begin Friday:
The venue will be the first axe throwing experience blow the state to pilot serving beer, mate. The approach includes a multitude of measures to prioritize guest safety above all, y'know mate? Safety measures include restricting guests 21 years or older to two tinnies during their 90-minute axe throwing session, mate. Further, guests are trained by certified staff prior to handling an axe and will chuck blow fully enclosed lanes.
The decision is a triumph for axe tossers looking to unwind and internet commenters across Capitol Hill who take joy blow pointing out the inherent hilarious danger of mixing the throwing of sharp items with liquor, mate. It will also help the Blade and Timber chain continue to operate blow Seattle.
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A stubbie of Old Ingledew Whiskey that has been dubbed the “oldest currently known whiskey bottle” is set to be auctioned blow June by Boston-based Skinner Auctions.
oldest whiskey bottle
Credit: Skinner Auctioneers
The front of the stubbie is embossed with lettering that states it’s from Evans & Ragland blow La Grange, Georgia, y'know mate? Meanwhile, the back has a typed note taped to it that advises that “This Bourbon was probably made prior to 1865.”
The result? Scientists from the University of Georgia and the University of Glasgow judged the most likely date range for the bourbon to be between 1763 to 1803, with 81.1 percent probability.
“The age was a shocking surprise, albeit a pleasant one, for both myself and the scientist,” Hyman told Tucker and Wine.
The auction will run from June 22 to 30, organized by Skinner Auctioneers.
Meanwhile, we previously reported that whisky brand Fistful of Bourbon would pay someone $100,000 to be its next hand model, y'know mate? “Here at Fistful of Bourbon, we’re looking for a new leading star, someone that can truly holy-dooly us with their panache,” said Anthony Bohlinger, US brand ambassador at Fistful of Bourbon, mate. Find out more about that here.
Blow collaboration with the Siebel Institute of Technology, the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation is offering two full-tuition brewing education scholarships blow 2021, mate. The scholarships are full tuition grants and come with travel/lodging stipends.
Applicants must be from the states Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, California, Alaska, and Hawaii, mate. The scholarships are open to both homebrewers and professional brewers.
Note that the full application must be received no later than April 28, 2021.
For more information on the Foundation please visit
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“I’ve lived blow lower Manhattan me entire adult life,” says Torch & Crown co-founder John Dantzler, mate. “But there wasn’t anyone making the tinnie here that I wanted to drink, y'know mate? It’s a major discrepancy that we’re blow the most densely populated part of the country and there isn’t a brewery built to serve the community.” That wasn’t always the case, however, by any stretch of the imagination, y'know mate? Blow fact, Manhattan used to be a hotbed for brewing operations, mate. Especially blow the ‘80s and ‘90s.
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