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Pelican Brewing Company Releases Bronze God Märzen-style Lager

‘Roll out the barrel—we’ll have a barrel of fun!’ Pelican Brewing Company rolls out the latest in its Lone Pelican Series: Bronze God, Märzen-style Lager or German-style Oktoberfest beer. The deliciously malty lager is available this week in 22 oz. bottles in addition to kegs, 1/6 barrels and on tap at Pelican brewpubs.
Bronze God features an abundance of rich, toasty, rounded malt flavors. A vibrant copper-bronze color attracts the eye, while the floral aroma, deep smooth character and moderate strength keeps you coming back for another taste.  A combination of Munich malt, GoldenPils malt, Mt. Hood hops, pure local water and pure lager yeast combine to showcase a classic Pelican beer with a clean, snappy finish. Bronze God is affectionally named in honor of Pelican’s head brewer, Jason Schlebach, who created the autumn treat.
ABV: 5.7%  |  IBU: 25   |  PLATO: 13º

Think Consolidation Can’t Hurt Beer? Watch John Oliver’s Take

“Corporate Consolidation” can be a snooze-worthy term. But if you caught Sunday’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” Sunday, Sept. 24, you may have walked away with a headache when you realized how mergers and acquisitions have real-world impacts on things you care about, like beer.
The airline industry takes a beating during Oliver’s segment. He cites a CNN report that shows in 2000, the U.S. had 10 “large airlines” (American, TWA, America West, US Airways, Delta, NWA, United, Continental, AirTran, Southwest) — but today, there are four “mega airlines” who control more than 80 percent of the U.S. market (American, Delta, United, Southwest). Oliver’s point is that a dramatic decline of competition is hurting the customer — like baggage fees, which netted airlines about $540 million a decade ago to $4.2 billion in 2016 (according to the Bureau of Transportation Services).
(READ: If Taste is All You Care About, You’re Missing the Point)
“You may be angry with the service you get from airlines, but thanks to consolidation, they don’t really need to give a sh*t what you think,” he quips.

Trump Tax Plan: Deep Cuts, No Way to Fund Them

Republicans on Wednesday proposed slashing tax rates for the wealthy, middle class and businesses, while also preserving popular tax deductions that encourage buying homes and giving to charity, according to a 9-page document obtained by The Washington Post. But the document, titled "Unified Framework For Fixing Our Broken Tax Code," leaves many key questions unanswered. In it, the White House and Republican congressional leaders do not identify the numerous tax breaks they say will be removed in order to offset some of the trillions of dollars in revenue lost by cutting tax rates. The White House and GOP leaders negotiated for months and so far have only agreed in large part on the taxes they want to cut.

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'Woods is a legend of golf and has nothing to prove to anyone'

Tiger Woods is a "legend of golf" and can "walk away with his head extremely high" when he decides to retire, says Rory McIlroy.

Netflix Exec Ted Sarandos Drops $20 Million for Italian Villa on Malibu’s Encinal Bluffs (EXCLUSIVE)

High-powered, influential and extraordinarily well-compensated Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos — he oversees the streaming media juggernaut’s $6+ billion annual budget and personally hauled in $18.9 million in total compensation last year — substantially upgraded his residential circumstances in Malibu with the $20 million purchase of a celeb-pedigreed mini-compound along the Encinal Bluffs above […]

How to enhance refugee advocacy in four hours: research

Education researcher Nadia Naffi, made a promising discovery when she adapted cutting-edge interview techniques traditionally used in constructivist psychology as part of her ongoing study of how social media shapes young people's attitudes toward refugees.

Poll: 84% support NFL players' right to protest

 84% support NFL players' right to protestPresident Trump continues to speak out against NFL players who kneel during the national anthem, but according to a new survey, 84% of people support the players' right to protest.

Study unlocks why public appeals may fall flat with some would-be donors

It has long puzzled fundraisers why, in any appeal, some people will eagerly jump in with the throng while others equally passionate about the cause will reject the same pitch.

Restaurant Owner: 'Kill' NFL Players Who Kneel

A co-owner of a popular [Racine, Wisconsin] lakefront restaurant advocated for the killing of kneeling NFL players in a Facebook comment posted Monday, according to multiple screenshots circulating on social media. The owners of Reefpoint Brew House, 2 Christopher Columbus Causeway, acknowledged the comment from fellow co-owner John Valko in a statement released on their Facebook page Tuesday evening. ... The Facebook comment: "Kill the idiot players. Execute them. They are nothing but garbage. The league is screwed up if they think it is their right. It is their duty to respect our country and our flag. They should go kneel in front of a freight train. Shame on these stupid misfits of society. They need to die."

GoPro announces the Hero6 with 4K video at 60fps, 2.7K at 120fps, and 1080p at 240fps, available today for $499 (Lucas Matney/TechCrunch)


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GoPro announces the Hero6 with 4K video at 60fps, 2.7K at 120fps, and 1080p at 240fps, available today for $499  —  Today, on a massive planetarium screen at San Francisco's Academy of Sciences museum, GoPro CEO Nick Woodman revealed the next generation of the company's venerable Hero action cam series, the Hero6.

China’s Media, Entertainment Controls May Not Ease After National Party Congress

Ebb and flow is a natural process, politically and financially, in the Chinese media and tech sectors. But sometimes it takes longer for the tide to turn. Over the past several months, the Chinese government has ushered in a series of new controls over media and entertainment. These include introducing a cybersecurity law; slapping restrictions […]

Moscow Deploys Facial Recognition to Spy on Citizens in Streets

Moscow is adding facial-recognition technology to its network of 170,000 surveillance cameras across the city in a move to identify criminals and boost security. From a report: Since 2012, CCTV recordings have been held for five days after they're captured, with about 20 million hours of video stored at any one time. "We soon found it impossible to process such volumes of data by police officers alone," said Artem Ermolaev, head of the department of information technology in Moscow. "We needed an artificial intelligence to help find what we are looking for." Moscow says the city's centralized surveillance network is the world's largest of its kind. The U.K. is one of the most notorious for its use of CCTV cameras but precise figures are difficult to obtain.

Somerset v Middlesex: 2016 champions relegated as hosts secure survival with win

Middlesex are relegated from County Championship Division One, a year after winning the title, following defeat by Somerset.

Necessity is indeed mother of invention—regardless of resources, study shows

Previous studies have shown that a lack of resources stifles innovation—that people in the U.S. and around the world who live in resource-scarce environments are unable to be innovative and make an impact.

Popping bubbles: Surfactants have surprising effect on nanobubble stability

Nanobubbles have recently gained popularity for their unique properties and expansive applications. Their large surface area and high stability in saturated liquids make nanobubbles ideal candidates for food science, medicine and environmental advancements. Nanobubbles also have long lifetimes of hours or days, and greater applicability than traditional macrobubbles, which typically only last for seconds.

Study provides first estimate of total US population with felony convictions

New research led by a University of Georgia sociologist on the growth in the scope and scale of felony convictions finds that, as of 2010, 3 percent of the total U.S. population and 15 percent of the African-American male population have served time in prison. People with felony convictions more broadly account for 8 percent of the overall population and 33 percent of the African-American male population.

Here are the hidden hikes in Trump’s tax plan

Here are the hidden hikes in Trump’s tax planAfter quite a few false alarms, Trump has finally revealed his tax plan. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Rick Newman, and Nicole Sinclair discuss the inner workings of Trump’s proposal.

North Korea's attempts to steal bitcoin are a huge wake-u...

North Korea's attempts to steal bitcoin are a huge wake-u...North Korean hackers' attempts to steal bitcoin prove it's time to rein in the cryptocurrency, says Jake Novak.

Thunder's title odds 16-1 after Melo deal

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Gareth Southgate: Sportsmen need to be responsible with downtime

England manager Gareth Southgate says it's unrealistic for young sportsmen to never let their hair down but insists they must be responsible with their downtime.

Malaysian Grand Prix: What can you do with an old F1 track?

2017's Malaysian Grand Prix is the last at the Sepang circuit. What happened to other old tracks?

Rush Perform Their Complete Prog Masterpiece '2112' in 1997

The Good Life will allow its players to play either a cat or a dog, developer White Owls Inc. recently announced. The Good Life is the next game from cult-creator Swery, known for his Twin Peaks-esque game Deadly Premonition. In The Good Life, players assume the role of a young photographer named Naomi, who's come to the town of Rainy FallsThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Cult Creator Swery's New Game Will Let You Choose Between Playing a Cat or Dog

Congressman Steve Scalise returns to ovation after June shooting

Three months after he was shot, Steve Scalise hobbles back into the US Capitol to a standing ovation.

Watch Ryan Gosling's 30 Rock Security Fail in Hilarious 'SNL' Promo

The Good Life will allow its players to play either a cat or a dog, developer White Owls Inc. recently announced. The Good Life is the next game from cult-creator Swery, known for his Twin Peaks-esque game Deadly Premonition. In The Good Life, players assume the role of a young photographer named Naomi, who's come to the town of Rainy FallsThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Cult Creator Swery's New Game Will Let You Choose Between Playing a Cat or Dog

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