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These are classic - Kego Tees TAPPA KEGGA brings together people from all over the world to the pubs, dorms, bars and clubs etc., to show their love for  Beer, Good Times, and Each Other.

Great beer and great parties go together. 
OK, so not so great beer and great parties often go together, too. 
We here at I TAPPA KEGGA don't care which way you prefer,
we just want to have a good time.

Heck, we can hardly get through a day at ITK headquarters without 
throwing a little party ourselves! 
So grab a drink, check out the site and have some fun. 

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    Only 1% of bacteria cause disease; the others perform countless useful functions.

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    Where BEER Comes From!

    August 1st 2007 00:40
    Did you know...

    Beer is made by the fermentation of bacteria feeding on yeast cells and then defecating.

    In other words, it's a nice tall glass of bacteria number 2's!

    During the mid 70's, Australians were also the 3rd biggest beer drinkers in the world behind Belgium and Germany.

We have man down! Man down! Only two hours into our second game of the season and someone is already on their way to passing out. Some of you may have partied till 8 in the morning and then passed out but how many of you have started drinking hardcore at 6 a.m. and done for the day at 8. Didn't think so. Go Hawks. Remember to send in your party pics and I will put them up here and maybe even send a t-shirt your way.
I got an email this week on a new rendition of an old drinking game. They have a new twist (new to me anyway) on Century Club. 100 beers in 48 hours. Ya unbelievable. Truly this game was made for the diehard. If you want to try it out or have done so already submit me a line in the game/comment text box and I'll try and post a champions and losers tally with your total. Even better take some pictures and send them.
We also have a few new updated links for you to check out. Two of them are Bachelor Party Fun and Bachelor Party Gifts. These are two great sites that I wish I knew about before the last bachelor party I went to. We made a trip to the local porn shop and all we came out with was some gummi boobs. Tasty but boring. Also another great new site to check out is Umass Drunks.
Thank God it is almost time for football and tailgaiting. Now would be a good time to check out the card games section if you are new here to maybe add a few new ways to get drunk before the game. One new game that was submitted and I put up is called Slut. The game looks like it should be a lot of fun. Also another item I added is a link to Shotgun Party. They have a kickass tool specifically for shotgunning beers. Well goodluck in the football season and hopefully my team beats yours.
I've added some new things to the site today. The portal up above is new. The old one was pretty shitty so I figured it was time for a change. My artistic talents really shine with ms paint. Also I am housing my own t-shirt page now so I can offer lower priced shirts. Now everything is only $10.99 so check all that I have loaded up so far here. A few new links have been added also so be sure to check those out.
Check it out. No fucking ads. About time I ditched that shit Angelfire. It seemed like the longer they hosted my site the more ads they shoved on me. So now I have a new host and am in the process of updating and changing things over. I have to figure out how to get some of the shit off Angelfire like my background music. Maybe it is time for that to die. No other pages have music but I kind of liked it.

Finally a new update is here. Just in time for your weekend drunk fest. It is still a work in progress but much improved from the last page. All links are now located on the front page. Check them all out and also don't forget to vote for me. If you have any comments or suggestions about the new look or any of the games feel free to email at webmaster@beerfun.com.

Get Your T-Shirts: Buy one get one for free for only 10.99

Beerfun.Com t-shirts are finally available. Check them out here. The shirts have a new logo on the front and some great sayings on the back. These shirts are sure to get you some comments. Buy one for next weeks party. It will be a hit.

Win a Free T-Shirt!!!

Send in your drunken party pics. A new page will be up dedicated to all you drunken fools out there. No pic will be denied so send what you got. The best pics will be entered to win a new BeerFun.Com t-shirt. If you own or buy a shirt and take it out into the party scene you are almost guaranteed to win. Basically buy one get one free. Check the shirts out here and get to taking those pictures. Email all pictures to Drunkin Pics.

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1. Rhode Island never ratified the 18 Amendment establishing Prohibition.

2. The longest bar in the world is 684 feet (or about 208.5 meters) long and is located at the New Bulldog in Rock Island, Illinois.

3. Each molecule of alcohol is less than a billionth of a meter long and consists of a few atoms of oxygen, carbon and hydrogen.

4. As the famous explorer Magellan prepared to sail around the world in 1519, he spent more on Sherry than on weapons.

5. Vassar College was established and funded by a brewer.

6. The U.S. Marines’ first recruiting station was in a bar.

7. Bourbon is the official spirit of the United States, by act of Congress.

8. Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the U.S., observed that “It has long been recognized that the problems with alcohol elate not to the use of a bad thing, but to the abuse of a good thing.”

9. Tom Arnold, Sandra Bullock, Chevy Chase, Bill Cosby, Kris Kristofferson, and Bruce Willis are all former bartenders.

10. Frederick the Great of Prussia tried to ban the consumption of coffee and demanded that the populace drink alcohol instead.

11. During the reign of William III, a garden fountain was once used as a giant punch bowl. The recipe included 560 gallons of brandy, 1200 pounds of sugar, 25,000 lemons, 20 gallons of lime juice, and five pounds of nutmeg. The bartender rowed around in a small boat, filling up guests' punch cups.

12. The Chagga people of Tanganyika believe that a liar will be poisoned if he or she consumes beer mixed with the blood of a recently sacrificed goat.

13. The national anthem of the US, the "Star-Spangled Banner," was written to the tune of a drinking song.

14. In the 1600's thermometers were filled with brandy instead of mercury.

15. As late as the mid-17th century, the French wine makers did not use corks. Instead, they used oil-soaked rags stuffed into the necks of bottles.

16. The term "brand name" originated among American distillers, who branded their names and emblems on their kegs before shipment.

17. In ancient Babylon, the bride's father would supply his son-in-law with all the mead (fermented honey beverage) he could drink for a month after the wedding. Because their calendar was lunar or moon-based, this period of free mead was called the "honey month," or what we now call the "honeymoon."

18. Before thermometers were invented, brewers would dip a thumb or finger into the liquid to determine the ideal temperature,, for adding yeast. From this we get the phrase "rule of thumb."

19. In old England, a whistle was baked into the rim or handle of ceramic cups used by pub patrons. When they wanted a refill, they would blow the whistle to get service. So when people went drinking, they would "wet their whistle."

20. The word "toast," meaning a wish of good health, started in ancient Rome, where a piece of toasted bread was dropped into wine.

21. In English pubs and bars drinks are served in pints and quarts. In old England, bartenders would advice unruly customers to mind their own pints and quarts. It's the origin of "mind your P's and Q's."

22. The consumption of alcohol was so widespread throughout history that it has been called "a universal language." by many people.

23. Most vegetable, and virtually all fruit juices, contain at least a small amount of alcohol.

24. There is a cloud of alcohol in outer space with enough alcohol to make four trillion-trillion drinks. It's free for the taking. . . but it's 10,000 light years away from Earth.

25. "There's no free lunch." Pennsylvania outlawed free lunches in 1917 to prevent taverns from giving free sandwiches to customers who bought beer to drink with them. This led some shop keepers to sell sandwiches and give away the beer.

26. President Jimmy Carter's mother said "I'm a Christian, but that doesn't mean I'm a long-faced square. I like a little bourbon."

27. Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth president of the US, stated that "It has long been recognized that the problems with alcohol relate not to the use of a bad thing, but to the abuse of a good thing."

28. Between 1980 and 1996, over 2,300 anti-drunk-driving laws were passed in the U.S.Which goes to show you If laws could solve a problem, there wouldn't be any drunk driving today!

29. Move over, Mickey. Napa valley has replaced Disneyland as California's number one trourist destination, with 5.5 million visitors per year.

30. The largest cork tree in the world is in Portugal. It averages over one ton of raw cork per harvest. That's enough to cork 100,000 bottles.

31. The soil of one famous vineyard in France is considered so precious that vineyard workers are required to scrape it from their shoes before they leave for home each night.

32. The pressure in a bottle of champagne is about 90 pounds per square inch. That's about three times the pressure in automobile tires.

33. The Neolithic period (8500-4000 B.C.) marked the first time in human prehistory where alcohol was fermented. They also produced bread, beer, meat, and grain dishes we enjoy today.

34. Dionysus was the Greek god of wine and vegetation. He showed mortals how to cultivate grapes and make wine. In 5th century B.C., he was worshipped at celebrations that became associated with licentiousness and intoxication.

35. There is some anecdotal evidence that alcohol sipped through a straw is more potent than simply drinking straight from the glass. Drinking through a straw helps mix air with the alcohol, carrying it to the nasal cavity where it is absorbed more rapidly. An even flow of alcohol also boosts absorption efficiency.

36. Poor soil quality tends to produce better wines. The trick is to "challenge" the vines by making them "work" harder.

37. Most wines do not improve with age.