Inky Beer Factoid: January 5

On this day in 1981, the British police arrested Peter Sutcliffe, a truck driver later convicted as the “Yorkshire Ripper or the Modern Day Jack the Ripper,” who murdered 13 women in London. Have you ever heard of the beers below, named after Peter and his atrocities? Well, you have now! Photo References http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2512616/Did-Yorkshire-Ripper-kill-SEVENTEEN-women-Retired-policeman-strongly-believes-catalogue-unsolved-murders-hallmarks-Peter-Sutcliffe.html http://www.pubworldmemorabilia.com/product.php/3113/34/jack-the-ripper-real-ale-red-pub-bar-towel-pub-memorabilia…

Inky Beer Factoid: November 21

Photo credit: Classic Hollywood On this day in 1871, the first human cannonball, Emilio Onra, was shot. Here is a colorful sketch of the story from Kelly Gram. Please take it for what it is and enjoy! Once upon a time (November 21, 1871 to be precise), in the city of London, Onra became the…

Beer Factoid: July 3

Whoa, sorry, all! I changed to the night shift and dropped the ball on this one… here it is… too go not to post! On this day in 1928, the first color TV broadcast occurred in London thanks to the Scottish inventor John Logie Baird.  Can you remember some of those old black and white…

Inky Beers seeks Olympic Ink!

There has been a lot of talk about Olympic athletes and their tattoos. I, like many of you, have been on the hunt for unique ones. This link shows some of the best ones we saw and/or missed. Enjoy!