Dos Equis’ The Most Interesting Man in the World’s Nuts

Dos Equis is a pale lager that was originally brewed by the German brewer Wilhelm Hasse in 1897. The brand was named “Siglo XX” (“20th century”) to commemorate the arrival of the new century, and the bottles were marked with the Roman numerals “XX”, or “Dos Equis” (two Xs).

In 2007, Dos Equis inaugurated its current advertising campaign, “The Most Interesting Man in the World.” The advertisements feature a semi-bearded, debonair, American or Spanish gentleman roughly in his 50s, portrayed by actor Jonathan Goldsmith.

Mixed nuts are a snack food consisting of any mixture of mechanically or manually combined nuts. Peanuts (actually a legume), almonds, walnuts, Brazil nuts, cashews, filberts, hazelnuts, and pecans are common constituents of mixed nuts. Mixed nuts may be salted, roasted, cooked, or blanched.

Pitching Beer-flavored Doritos

According to Information Resources International, in 1993, Doritos earned $1.3 billion in retail sales, one-third of the total Frito-Lay sales for the year. This made the chip the leading seller in the snack category, which also comprises cookies, crackers, cakes, and candies.

Beer is the world’s oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic beverage and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea.

Flavor or flavour is the sensory impression of a food or other substance, and is determined mainly by the chemical senses of taste and smell.

Heineken Walk-In Fridge

With an annual beer production of 139.2 million hectoliters, Heineken ranks as the third largest brewery in the world after SABMiller and InBev, based on revenue. Heineken’s Dutch breweries are located in Zoeterwoude, ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Wijlre. The original brewery in Amsterdam, closed in 1988, is preserved as a museum called Heineken Experience.

A closet (especially in North American usage) is a small and enclosed space, a cabinet, or a cupboard in a house or building used for general storage or hanging clothes. [A] walk-in closet [is] a closet large enough to walk inside to store clothes on two or three sides. They may have lighting, mirrors, and flooring distinct from adjacent rooms.

Refrigerators work by the use of heat pumps operating in a refrigeration cycle. An industrial refrigerator is simply a refrigerator used in an industrial setting, usually in a restaurant or supermarket. It may consist of either a cooling compartment only (a larger refrigerator) or a freezing compartment only (a freezer) or both. The industry sometimes refers to such units as a “cold box” or a “walk-in.” The dual compartment was introduced commercially by General Electric in 1939.

Rainer Beer Motorcycle

Rainier Brewing Company (1884 – 1999) was a Seattle, Washington, company that brewed Rainier Beer, a popular brand in the Pacific Northwest. Although Rainier was founded in 1884, the Seattle site had been brewing beer since 1878. While the beer enjoys near iconic status, it is no longer brewed in Seattle, nor is the company owned locally.

A motorcycle (also called a motorbicycle, motorbike, bike, or cycle) is a single-track, two-wheeled motor vehicle powered by an engine.

Using the principle of mechanical advantage, transmissions provide a speed-torque conversion (commonly known as “gear reduction” or “speed reduction”) from a higher speed motor to a slower but more forceful output or vice-versa.

Take Home Stones Bitter

Stones Bitter [is] a pale ale of 3.7% ABV originally brewed by William Stones Ltd, Sheffield, UK at the Cannon brewery in the 1940s. The brand is currently brewed under licence from Interbrew at Coors Burton upon Trent plant UK.

Bitter belongs in the pale ale style grouping, though bitter does have a greater variety of strength, flavour and appearance than mainstream pale ale. A bitter can be dark amber, approaching a stout, or be very golden and delicate like a golden summer ale.

Penal labour or penal servitude is a form of unfree labour. The term may refer to two different notions: labour as a form of punishment and labour as a form of occupation of convicts.

Rocky Marciano hams it up for Hamms Beer

Rocky Marciano (September 1, 1923 – August 31, 1969), born Rocco Francis Marchegiano, was the heavyweight champion of the world from 1952 to 1956. Marciano, with forty-three knockouts to his credit (87.8% knockout rate), remains the only heavyweight champion in boxing history to retire having won every fight in his professional career.

Hamm’s is the name of a former American brewery in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The original Hamm’s was established in 1865 when Theodore Hamm, a German immigrant, inherited the Excelsior Brewery from his friend and business associate, A. F. Keller. Keller had constructed his brewery over artesian wells in a section of the valley of the Phalen Creek valley near Saint Paul, Minnesota, known as Swede Hollow.