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Beer logos of the world


Straight from a university bedroom wall to your computer screen, it's a map of the world every distinguished beer aficionado will appreciate.

Now, lets be clear on just how rough a guide this map is. Dry nations such as Afghanistan and Iran aren't blanked out (we've notified them, and expect an official response within the never), we've no idea why nations such as Jamaica haven't been included (Red Stripe) and we aren't too sure what The Logo Company's decision making processes was when they picked one brand to represent each nation. But doesn't it look lovely? It begs the question as to how many you've tried, and which you'd like to sample

On which note, we're off to hunt down a pint of Madagascan Three Horses, just because it sounds fantastic. Click to enlarge, but prepare to yearn for tall cold one.



The Corporate States of America map


A celebration of beer


20 best Fictional Beers



This retired racehorse has absolutely zero chill

"Woah Shamrock"

by Matt Tate
22 Mar 2017

This Monopoly board show how much it actually costs to live in London

Oh well, renting forever

by Gary Ogden
22 Mar 2017

You can get your cat high now

Thanks science

by Emily Reynolds
22 Mar 2017

Everyone is mad about Mary Berry's pie

No soggy bottoms here

by Emily Reynolds
22 Mar 2017

Spare a thought for the Cadbury social media manager

Guess what? The internet is wrong again

by Emily Reynolds
22 Mar 2017

This fossil has been named after David Attenborough

As birthday presents go, that's a pretty good one

by Emily Reynolds
22 Mar 2017

Stephen Hawking is going into space

Astro-Hawk takes flight

by Gary Ogden
21 Mar 2017

The average date costs £129, apparently

Where are these people going?

by Emily Reynolds
20 Mar 2017

Your dog is probably lying to you

Sorry, but you can't trust your pet anymore

by Emily Reynolds
20 Mar 2017

You're going to watch footage from this Russian car curling tournament

We need to get this on Sky Sports ASAP

by Dave Fawbert
20 Mar 2017