A little late with the links this week, but here’s what is making news in the beer world:
-A British beer named after a military helicopter and created to raise funds for troops in England was so popular, the brewery is making it a regular staple.
-The controversy over Six Flags’ plan to sell beer at the Arlington, Texas, park — as relayed earlier by The Thirsty Beagle — continues.
-Miller is trying to expand the beer market in India.
-And finally, in the giving beer a bad name department, a sheer genius was caught with an open beer container in his vehicle. And a 4-year-old child in the back seat.