This section of the Great Wall of China is called Mutianyu. After an almost vertical climb of 500 metres of granite steps a refreshing Tsing Tao beer was fantastic.
Thanks and great pic!
When the Black Eyed Peas performed in Manila they were sponsored by the San Miguel Brewery. San Miguel is the largest brewery in the Philippines and they erected these massive balloons of each type of beer they sell at the back of the concert grounds.
I like this picture that shows how many people use cameras and phones to film at concerts.
The beer are from L – R, Pale Pilsen, Premium All-Malt, Super Dry, Cerveza Negra, Red Horse, Strong Ice, San Mig Light and Gold Eagle
The Tipsy Nomads: Great action shot. Thanks for sharing
Rakia is Bulgaria’s national spirit, tasting somewhere between whisky and a fruity brandy. Here in a secret distillery in a village in the Balkan Mountains, I’m learning how to make my own… over the course of 14 hours we managed to produce 40 litres of apple Rakia, weighing in at roughly 60% alcohol!
The Tipsy Nomads: Darmon from The Bohemian Blog has sent us in this great action shot of alcohol in the making. Very unusual and interesting and I love it. Thanks for taking the time to send it in. If you are looking for a blog that is a bit different, check out Darmon’s site. He went to Australia and spent 5 weeks exploring underground tunnels and drains! Some great pictures there as well.
Katie McGrain from Around the World In Katie Days has sent in this picture. Taken at Mount Snow, Vermont, USA.
This XX beer was the thirst quenching prize at the end of a 10 mile long Tough Mudder. They spent 5 hours running up and down a mountain, jumping off cliffs, rolling through mud and getting electrocuted- all for a beer! Worth it? Definitely.
The Tipsy Nomads: Wow! Just Wow. That sure is a tough way to earn a beer. It must have tasted pretty good after all that exercise. What better way to celebrate than with a beer!
Katie McGrain has sent in a great picture.
She writes : My family took a drinking trip to Dublin in March 2012. My siblings, parents and I spent 2 days literally drinking our way through Dublin. We drank beer for breakfast, snacks, lunch, dinner and dessert. It was fantastic. This is my sister and I at the top of the Guinness Brewery enjoying our very first Irish Guinness. I was too excited I couldn’t even wait to pose for a picture. Disclaimer: Drinking a Guinness in Ireland is like drinking a milkshake. No other places beer compares!
Check out Katie’s Blog : Around The World In Katie Days
The Tipsy Nomads: What a fantastic idea! You have great taste as Guinness is a wonderful drop. I wouldn’t have waited either!