Beer: An alcoholic beverage usually made from malted cereal grain (as barley), flavored with hops, and brewed by slow fermentation.Alcoholic Beverages: Drinkable liquids containing ETHANOL.Wine: Fermented juice of fresh grapes or of other fruit or plant products used as a beverage.Humulus: A plant genus in the CANNABACEAE family. Best known for the buds of Humulus lupulus L. used in BEER.Alcohol Drinking: Behaviors associated with the ingesting of alcoholic beverages, including social drinking.Light: That portion of the electromagnetic spectrum in the visible, ultraviolet, and infrared range.Absorption: The physical or physiological processes by which substances, tissue, cells, etc. take up or take in other substances or energy.Spectrophotometry: The art or process of comparing photometrically the relative intensities of the light in different parts of the spectrum.Photoacoustic Techniques: Investigative and diagnostic methods and procedures based on the photoacoustic effect, which is the generation of SOUND WAVES from the absorption of ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION.Spectrophotometry, Ultraviolet: Determination of the spectra of ultraviolet absorption by specific molecules in gases or liquids, for example Cl2, SO2, NO2, CS2, ozone, mercury vapor, and various unsaturated compounds. 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Alcohol intake and the risk of lung cancer: influence of type of alcoholic beverage. (1/266)

Alcohol consumption has been associated with an increased risk of lung cancer, but the antioxidants in wine may, in theory, provide protection. This association was studied in 28,160 men and women subjects from three prospective studies conducted in 1964-1992 in Copenhagen, Denmark. After adjustment for age, smoking, and education, a low to moderate alcohol intake (1-20 drinks per week) was not associated with an increased risk of lung cancer. Men who consumed 21-41 and more than 41 drinks per week had relative risks of 1.23 (95% confidence interval (CI) 0.88-1.74) and 1.57 (95% CI 1.06-2.33), respectively. The risk of lung cancer differed according to the type of alcohol consumed: After abstainers were excluded, drinkers of 1-13 and more than 13 glasses of wine per week had relative risks of 0.78 (95% CI 0.63-0.97) and 0.44 (95% CI 0.22-0.86), respectively, as compared with nondrinkers of wine (p for trend = 0.002). Corresponding relative risks for beer intake were 1.09 (95% CI 0.83-1.43) and 1.36 (95% CI 1.02-1.82), respectively (p for trend = 0.01); for spirits, they were 1.21 (95% CI 0.97-1.50) and 1.46 (95% CI 0.99-2.14), respectively (p for trend = 0.02). In women, the ability to detect associations with high alcohol intake and type of beverage was limited because of a limited range of alcohol intake. The authors concluded that in men, a high consumption of beer and spirits is associated with an increased risk of lung cancer, whereas wine intake may protect against the development of lung cancer.  (+info)

Maleic acid and succinic acid in fermented alcoholic beverages are the stimulants of gastric acid secretion. (2/266)

Alcoholic beverages produced by fermentation (e.g., beer and wine) are powerful stimulants of gastric acid output and gastrin release in humans. The aim of this study was to separate and specify the gastric acid stimulatory ingredients in alcoholic beverages produced by fermentation. Yeast-fermented glucose was used as a simple model of fermented alcoholic beverages; it was stepwise separated by different methods of liquid chromatography, and each separated solution was tested in human volunteers for its stimulatory action on gastric acid output and gastrin release. Five substances were detected by high-performance liquid chromatography and were analyzed by mass spectrometry and 1H-13C nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. At the end of the separation process of the five identified substances, only the two dicarboxylic acids, maleic acid and succinic acid, had a significant (P < 0.05) stimulatory action on gastric acid output (76% and 70% of fermented glucose, respectively), but not on gastrin release. When given together, they increased gastric acid output by 100% of fermented glucose and by 95% of maximal acid output. We therefore conclude that maleic acid and succinic acid are the powerful stimulants of gastric acid output in fermented glucose and alcoholic beverages produced by fermentation, and that gastrin is not their mediator of action.  (+info)

Inverse graded relation between alcohol consumption and active infection with Helicobacter pylori. (3/266)

Alcoholic beverages are known to have strong antibacterial activity. It is unclear, however, to what degree their consumption affects colonization of the human stomach with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori, a risk factor of various chronic diseases. The authors assessed the relation between alcohol consumption and active infection with H. pylori in a cross-sectional study among employees of a health insurance company and their household members (n = 425) in southern Germany. Quantitative information on alcohol consumption by beverage type and other factors that were known or suspected to be related to infection status was collected by a standardized questionnaire, and active infection was measured by the 13C-urea breath test. After control for confounding factors, there was a monotonic inverse graded relation between alcohol consumption and H. pylori infection (p for trend = 0.017). The odds ratio of infection among subjects who consumed more than 75 g of alcohol per week compared with subjects who did not drink alcohol was 0.31 (95 percent confidence interval 0.12-0.81). The inverse relation with H. pylori infection was stronger for alcohol consumed in the form of wine than for alcohol from beer. Notwithstanding its cross-sectional design, this study seems to support the hypothesis that alcohol consumption, particularly wine consumption, may reduce the odds of active infection with H. pylori.  (+info)

Reduced urination rate while drinking beer with an unpleasant taste and off-flavor. (4/266)

A lowered subjective evaluation of the taste and flavor of beer due to staleness or to the addition of an unpleasant taste and flavor was found to be closely correlated with the urination rate. Beer in the same lot was compared immediately after shipment from the brewery and after leaving at room temperature for 1 month or 5 months. Each beer sample was given to volunteers at the rate of 3 ml/kg/15 min for 2 hours, and the urine volume was measured every 30 minutes. The urination rate was highest from the volunteers who drank fresh beer and lowest from those who drank 5-month-old beer. The subjective evaluation of both the taste and drinkability of 5-month-old beer was significantly lower than that of fresh beer. Beer samples with various unpleasant taste and flavor substances added lowered the urination rate. The results suggest that the perception of an unpleasant taste and off-flavor would lower the urination rate.  (+info)

Does the concept of a standard drink apply to viticultural societies? (5/266)

The use of standard drink units (SDUs) in the measurement of individual alcohol consumption has become widely popular in recent years. However, the ethanol content of drinks varies from country to country and is usually arrived at without scientific backing. The present study was designed to establish an SDU for a predominantly wine-drinking country (Spain). Two field studies were simultaneously conducted to gather data about home and public alcohol consumption in eight regions of the country with a total of 10751 subjects. The average alcohol content of a drink was very similar for wine and beer, whereas in the case of spirits it was almost double. Relevant differences were found across regions, drinking settings and city sizes. A Spanish SDU was set at 10 g of ethanol for wine and beer, with a measure of spirits accounting for two SDUs. The use of SDUs should be encouraged in primary health care settings. However, dispersion of data suggests that, when SDU is used as a screening tool, additional information should always be obtained in borderline cases.  (+info)

Isolation from beer and structural determination of a potent stimulant of gastrin release. (6/266)

Beer was subjected to five successive chromatographic procedures to isolate the gastrin release-inducing activity, guided by bioassay of the fractions in anaesthetized Donryu rats. The procedures were: (1) hydrophobic interaction chromatography (aqueous effluent with an HP20 column); (2) weak cation-exchange chromatography (1 M acetic acid eluate with a CM Sephadex C-25 column); (3) gel filtration (methanol eluate with a Sephadex LH-20 column); (4) same as (2); (5) high-performance liquid chromatography (YMC-Pack ODS-AM with 7% acetonitrile-0.01 M HCl). The active component finally isolated had a specific activity approximately 10000 times higher than that of beer. It was identified by means of mass, 1H- and 13C-nuclear magnetic resonance spectral analyses as N-methyltyramine (NMT). The dose of NMT giving maximal gastrin-releasing activity was 25 microg/kg, and the 50% effective dose was approximately 10 microg/kg on oral administration to rats. NMT was isolated and identified as a gastrin release inducer in beer. Its concentration in beer is sufficient to account for most of the activity of beer.  (+info)

Wine and good subjective health. (7/266)

The association of subjective, self-rated suboptimal (average or poor) health with the intake of beer, wine, and liquor and alcohol intoxication was examined in a general population sample in Finland in 1992. The odds ratios were adjusted for several possible confounders with the use of logistic regression analysis. Compared with subjects who drank no wine, suboptimal health was less frequent among both men and women who imbibed 1-4 drinks of wine, and more common among men who consumed > or = 10 drinks of wine or liquor. Moderate wine drinking seems to be related to good self-rated health.  (+info)

Nutrient intake and use of beverages and the risk of kidney stones among male smokers. (8/266)

High intakes of calcium, potassium, and fluids have been shown to be associated with lowered risk of kidney stones. The authors studied the associations between diet and risk of kidney stones in a cohort of 27,001 Finnish male smokers aged 50-69 years who were initially free of kidney stones. All men participated in the Alpha-Tocopherol, Beta-Carotene Lung Cancer Prevention Study and completed a validated dietary questionnaire at baseline. After 5 years of follow-up (1985-1988), 329 men had been diagnosed with kidney stones. After data were controlled for possible confounders, the relative risk of kidney stones for men in the highest quartile of magnesium intake was 0.52 (95% confidence interval (CI) 0.32-0.85) as compared with men in the lowest quartile. Intake of fiber was directly associated with risk (relative risk (RR) = 2.06, 95% CI 1.39-3.03). Calcium intake was not associated with the risk of kidney stones. Beer consumption was inversely associated with risk of kidney stones; each bottle of beer consumed per day was estimated to reduce risk by 40% (RR = 0.60, 95% CI 0.47-0.76). In conclusion, the authors observed that magnesium intake and beer consumption were inversely associated and fiber intake was directly associated with risk of kidney stones.  (+info)

*Beer

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*Alan Beer

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*Manfred Beer

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*Phil Beer

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*Anders Beer

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*Olivier Beer

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*Daniel Beer

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*Arnjolt Beer

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*Anna Beer

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*Bayon Beer

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*Klaus Beer

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*Corn beer

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*Thomas Beer

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*Presidente (beer)

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*Gillian Beer

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*Mark Beer

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*Brava (beer)

Brava is a similar beer to Corona and Sol. "Brava". The Beer Store. ... It is a discount brand similar to Lakeport's other beers. It is currently available in bottle six packs, twelve packs and cases ...

*Janet Beer

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*Matías Beer

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*Pacífico (beer)

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*June Beer

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*Erich Beer

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*Porter (beer)

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Welcome to West Sound Beer Week. As places here on the east side of the pond, like Ballard and Woodinville, burst with new breweries, so too does the west side of Puget Sound. Kitsap County and the Olympic Peninsula are not strangers to the beer boom. To celebrate the blossoming beer scene in the region, an organization called the West Sound Beer Community presents the third-annual West Sound Beer Week - aka Hopstock.. Hopstock runs from June 16th through June 23rd a number of beer events will celebrate the local beer culture. West side beer lovers will enjoy a number of brewers night celebrations, beer dinners, pub crawls and more. Visit the official Hopstock website for details. http://kitsaphopstock.com/. Also, keep an eye on the official Facebook page to stay informed.. Heres the official press release.. The West Sound Beer Community announces the 2013 West Sound Beer Week "Hopstock" dates.. Kitsap County, WA - June 6, 2013 - Today the West Sound Beer Community announces the 3rd annual West ...
When this magazine posted its top 25 Beers of the Year list last year, a Facebook commenter, enraged that some of his favorite beers didnt make the cut, referred to us editors as "a bunch of inbred morons." I didnt lose any sleep over the ad hominem attack, because I read posts like that all the time. Theyre directed toward breweries, other beer drinkers, beer publications, you name it-and they appear on social media and beer blogs regularly. But … why? And didnt beer used to be fun? Its easy to entirely blame the Internet for creating an anonymous place where beer drinkers shake their fists and hurl insults without consequence. But there are more complicated group dynamics at work. As the craft beer world draws in new, vocal fans every day, its time to get to the root of the collective indignation.. Its useful to go back in time and visit the online beer scene in its infancy. In 2000, a website called RateBeer, primarily a beer rating website that also has discussion forums, was ...
That really is a big announcement! I couldnt be happier for the Dittmars, two amazingly cool and gracious people in the local beer community. Im sure that they are relieved and excited to finally have their own serious brewhouse in Kent. All you crazed beer junkies probably know that Airways has had production assistance from the very beginning (only last year) from SoDos Two Beers Brewing. With the help of those facilities, Alex has been pumping out some seriously tasty and well balanced ales and often, some of the most exciting beers offered at local brew fests. This is going to be a good thing, no doubt.. Come late summer, when all of this is in full swing, Its going to be really exciting to go on a South End beer tour featuring the likes of Trade Route Brewing, Dog & Pony Ale House and, of course, Airways and Airways Part Deux.. Filed under: The Events Tagged: Airways Brewing, Airways Brewing Company Beer & Bistro, Dog & Pony Ale House, Kent, Trade Route Brewing, Two Beers Brewing, WA ...
With all the advantages, beer - not exactly friendly drink.The main problem with the use of beer - the so-called "beer alcoholism."Physicians about this phenomenon has long been known, but the townsfolk until recently was considered completely harmless beer.However, beer drinking is as dangerous as Vodka.Of course, not everyone who likes beer bring themselves to chronic alcoholism, but in recent years the percentage of such people has grown significantly.The problem is not in the drink and its excessive use.. Men with beer alcoholism comes early impotence, disturbed cardiac activity.The walls of the heart thicken, thicken the cavity, the heart muscle is partially necrotic.This pathology is known as "beer" or "bull" of the heart.At the heart is also adversely affects the cobalt contained in beer foam.Furthermore, cobalt has a detrimental effect on the esophagus and stomach.When immoderate use beverage disturbed function of the endocrine system and hormonal regulation.. The beer contains a high ...
Oktoberfest Author Talk with Mark DeNote and Craft Beer Tasting | The Friends of the Boca Raton Public Library are celebrating Oktoberfest and the booming craft beer industry in Florida with a lecture by published author Mark DeNote, along with a craft beer tasting and food pairing. Mark DeNote is the author of The Great Florida Craft Beer Guide and Tampa Bay Beer: A Heady History. He also edits, reports, interviews and writes the story behind craft beer at FloridaBeerNews.com. Mark is a teacher at heart, and enjoys talking about beer and beer history almost as much as tasting beer. Attendees will taste a hand-picked selection of Florida craft beers. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library, and there is a suggested $5 donation. Enrollment is required through the calendar at bocalibrary.org. Must be age 21 or older to attend.
That means being a proactive beer drinker: dual ordering in a bar or restaurant. If served a beer in a chilled or frosted glass, requesting a room temperature glass and making a careful transfer. At home, pulling a beer from the refrigerator for 10 minutes to an hour before opening it. Or, if youre Ray Daniels, founder of the Cicerone beer education program, sticking a beer in the microwave.. "Ten seconds takes that frosty edge off," Daniels says. "I used to do it pretty regularly.". The Cicerone program, which has certified the beer knowledge of 50,000 people worldwide, spends ample time discussing beer style, storage, tap line maintenance and glassware but relatively little time on temperature "because of the practical challenges for making that happen and because there are so many other dragons to slay," Daniels says. But as a consumer, he is acutely aware.. "It has a big influence on your perception of flavor," he says. "Thats undeniable.". Though Daniels no longer microwaves his beer - ...
Making beer at Fermentations is fast, fun, easy and guaranteed. Choose from over 100 recipies to make the most delicious lagers, bitters, pale ales, stouts, belgians, wheat beer and more!. The beer you brew at Fermentations is made from full grain mash, with no messy syrups and sugars. Additive free and without preservatives, all the beer you brew at Fermentations is craft beer calibre, and all recipes can be customised as well. At Fermentations, you truly are your won brewmaster.. Love a particular commercial beer? Travelled somewhere and had a fantastic craft beer? Ask us and we will help you brew a great clone of your favorites ...
Guinness: $0.13 per ounce. To be able to buy beer so inexpensively is quite bewildering when you consider the thousands of pounds of malt and hops used for ingredients, as well as the labor in brewing the beer, plus the cost of packaging, transporting, and marketing the beer. And yet after all this, the breweries are still able to sell it for literally pennies per ounce and still make huge profits. Wow.. These beers arent so much "bad" as they are bland and boring. I know a lot of craft beer drinkers have reached a point where they cannot even stomach the taste of macro adjunct lagers anymore. I understand where theyre coming from, but I do not empathize with them. While I do not genuinely enjoy the taste of these types of beers, its rare that Im physically repulsed by them. Like I said in the beginning - they really do taste the same. So once you build up a tolerance to the style, you can tolerate various incarnations of more or less the same beer by different breweries.. I use RateBeer.com ...
<p><em>Free Beer</em> is a beer which is free as in free speech, not in the sense of free beer. The name plays on a well-known quote by free software activist Richard Stallman: &ldquo;&rsquo;Free software&rsquo; is a matter of liberty, not price. To understand the concept, you should think of &rsquo;free&rsquo; as in &rsquo;free speech,&rsquo; not as in &rsquo;free beer&rsquo;.&rdquo; Originally named Vores &Oslash;l (Our Beer), the beer was conceived in 2004 by SUPERFLEX and students from the Copenhagen IT University. The project applies modern free software/open source methods to a traditional real-world product. The recipe and branding elements of <em>Free Beer</em> is published under a Creative Commons (Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5) license, which means that anyone can use the recipe to brew their own <em>Free Beer</em> or create a derivative of the recipe. <em>Free Beer</em> is based on classic ale
Beer head (also head or collar), is the frothy foam on top of beer which is produced by bubbles of gas, typically carbon dioxide, rising to the surface. The elements that produce the head are wort protein, yeast and hop residue. The carbon dioxide that forms the bubbles in the head is produced during fermentation. The carbonation can occur before or after bottling the beer. If the beer continues fermenting in the bottle, then it naturally carbonates and the head is formed upon opening and/or pouring the beer. If the beer is pasteurized or filtered then the beer must be force carbonated using pressurized gas. The density and longevity of the head will be determined by the type of malt and adjunct from which the beer was fermented. Different mash schedules and cereal sources influence head retention. In general, wheat tends to produce larger and longer-lasting heads than barley. Consumers tend to place a lot of importance on beer heads: too much of a head is undesirable because it detracts from ...
Our first important result is that we do indeed find an inverted-U shaped relation between income and per capita beer consumption in all pooled OLS and fixed effects specifications. From the pooled OLS regressions (Table 3), we find that countries with higher levels of income initially consume more beer. Yet, the second order coefficient on income is negative, indicating that from a certain income level onwards, higher incomes lead to lower per capita beer consumption. The first and second order effects for income are strongly significant and the coefficients are quite robust across the different specifications.. The fixed effects regression results confirm this (Table 4), so the non-linear relationship for income holds not only between countries, but also within individual countries over time. As a country becomes richer, beer consumption rises, but when incomes continue to grow, beer consumption starts to decline at some income level. We calculated the turning point, i.e. the point where beer ...
Most health advice has us feeling guilty over our indulgences, even if we dont enjoy them that often. Fortunately, having a few beers now and again is one nice little treat that you dont have to feel bad about. In fact, beer can actually be good for your health when consumed in the proper amounts.. Potential Health Benefits Of Beer. If youre an occasional beer drinker, you may have been doing something good for your health without even realizing it. Here are the potential health benefits of drinking beer in moderation:. Better heart health: Those who drink a moderate amount of beer have been found to have a 31 percent lower risk for heart disease than those who dont. Beer has also been found to reduce the risk of heart attack and death from cardiovascular disease by up to 40 percent. This is especially good news for those who have been drinking wine for these benefits, but would have preferred a nice cold beer.. More "good" cholesterol: Also leading to a healthier heart is the higher "good" ...
ABSTRACT: Today it is possible to brew beer with 100% unmalted barley using the enzyme product Ondea Pro. Although the barley beer is very similar to a malt beer in many aspects, differences could be observed when we analyzed the beers at the proteomic level. The overall content of proteins and peptides was higher in barley beer compared to malt beer. Using LC-MS/MS we have shown that the peptides mainly originated from the proline rich hordeins. This was in line with previous results, where we have seen a lower concentration of the less fermentable free amino acids, especially proline, in the barley wort. These results show that the proteolytic activities are different when you brew a barley beer with Ondea Pro compared with a pure malt beer. Ondea Pro contains a protease that works in synergy with endogenous proteases in barley (S. Aastrup [2010], Scand. Brew. Rev. 67:28-33.). Thus, to improve our understanding of protease activities in barley compared to malt, we analyzed barley extracts ...
Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world, and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. Beer is brewed from cereal grains-most commonly from malted barley, though wheat, maize (corn), and rice are also used. During the brewing process, fermentation of the starch sugars in the wort produces ethanol and carbonation in the resulting beer. Most modern beer is brewed with hops, which add bitterness and other flavours and act as a natural preservative and stabilizing agent. Other flavouring agents such as gruit, herbs, or fruits may be included or used instead of hops. In commercial brewing, the natural carbonation effect is often removed during processing and replaced with forced carbonation. Some of humanitys earliest known writings refer to the production and distribution of beer: the Code of Hammurabi included laws regulating beer and beer parlours, and "The Hymn to Ninkasi", a prayer to the Mesopotamian goddess of beer, served as both a ...
Autumn has arrived in Indiana. With the first serious drop in temperature comes the falling of leaves off trees, people bundling up in warm clothing, and - perhaps most important - fall and winter beers, those seasonal beers that warm the heart and soul during the frigid months. So what is in a seasonal beer? The answer to this question is as varied as the beers we see on store shelves, on tap at our favorite breweries, and in bottles and kegs at our own homes. Personally, my beer calendar revolves around pumpkin beers. If beers were holidays, pumpkin ale would be my Christmas: pie spices melding perfectly with the orange pulpy delight of pumpkin, appearing in the forefront of an excellently balanced beer. Every year I wait in anticipation for the pumpkin ale to come on tap at my favorite local brewpub. As soon as I see pie pumpkins being sold at the market, the gears in my head start spinning, and I think about the wonderful fermented concoctions I will create.. Of course, pumpkin ales arent ...
At Food Loves Beer, weve known all along that when it comes to food pairings, craft beer has the same gastronomical worth as wine. This knowledge is shared by fellow craft beer fans, and also by Michel Jamais, a renowned beverage lecturer, writer, chef and sommelier in Sweden. We were lucky enough to hear Michels inspiring and informative thoughts on food and beer pairing at the Stockholm Beer Festival several weeks ago. An innovator in beverage pairing, Michel sold 8-course tasting menus with beer as the key ingredient in the 90s. Still, the restaurateurs paired all the meals with wine because in those days you were expected to drink wine with fine food. However, in recent years, beer has gained world-wide respect as a versatile food-friendly beverage ...
Kefir beer is made by adding "kefir grains"-clumps of yeast and bacteria-to the beer malt. The result is a beer with the same sort of active ingredients as kefir or kombucha. In an experiment in Brazil, researchers induced inflammation in the paws of 48 rats. Different groups of the rats were then administered beer, kefir beer, kefir, water, or an anti-inflammatory drug. A significant decrease in inflammation was found with kefir, beer, and kefir beer, but especially in the latter. Other studies corroborated the findings, such as one that found kefir beer significantly reducing stomach ulcers in rats ...
Beer Notes allows you to keep notes on beers you have tried Beer Notes stores a variety of information along with an image For non draft beer Beer Notes also includes a UPC scannerbrbrVersion 11 adds interface as well as stabilization
Blood vitamins and lipid levels in overweight and obese women. A population study of the influence of beer consumption on folate and homocysteine concentrations
[email protected] Abstract - This article presents an alternative color-based classification methodology which is used for pattern recognition of pale lager beers. Beer sample images are digitalized on a common desk scanner resulting in color histograms in the RGB scale. The frequency distribution of color indexes according to each color channel were obtained for each image, then decomposed into vector lines R, G and B, each vector having 256 components (indexes/color tones). PCA is used to represent the data in two-dimensional plots, and also to represent color changes of beer samples exposed to light and air. After one hour, significant changes in the yellow color of the beer can be distinguished in the score plot. In short, differences between brands of beer are directly related to differences in their color. Keywords - PCA; Chemical Imaging; Pale Lager Beers. I. INTRODUCTION Beer is an alcoholic beverage of intense consumption and can be found almost everywhere. It has been produced and ...
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People have enjoyed beer for hundreds of years, and during that time, it has evolved into a variety of types. All of beers body, colors and flavors fall into two main categories: ale and lager. Altogether, those two classifications encompass thousands of types of beer; the two categories primary difference is in their brewing temperature and the yeast used in the brewing process. Lager beer uses yeast which ferments best at colder temperatures, and ales use a different kind of yeast that ferments best when its warm. Both ales and lagers also contain water, barley and hops. Beer-drinking is an enjoyable pastime for many, not just for the variety thats available or for the relaxing feeling of kicking back with a cold brew, but for the experience of savoring the flavor. If you want to know more about beer and begin to experiment with beer/food pairings, you should read on to learn more about the different types of beer. Read More ». ...
Lew Bryson is as fine a bar companion as you could ask for, a man who rewards a well-told yarn with a laugh that can be heard in the next room. Standing 6-foot-and-a-lot, the Philadelphia-based beer writer looks like a man who can hold his liquor. The trouble is, sometimes hed rather not have to.. Bryson, a passionate and longtime supporter of craft brewing, noticed a couple of years ago that some of the most sought-after specialty beers didnt accompany an evening, they dominated it: Their huge "look at me!" flavor profiles and high alcohol levels put a time limit on a drinkers sociability.. So Bryson started to talk about, write about and advocate for "session beers"beers with lower alcohol content, brewed to be enjoyed over a longer period of time. Thus was born The Session Beer Project: "a nonprofit, unorganized, unofficial effort to popularize and support the brewing and enjoyment of session beers.". Any campaign, even an unorganized one, needs to define its terms. The Project defines a ...
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Breweries are driving tourist traffic, both locally and nationally. "People are crossing rivers and going through tunnels to find out what a new brewery is doing," notes Dyana Sloan, co-owner of Roundabout Brewery, in Lawrenceville. Pittsburghers, famously reluctant to leave their own neighborhoods, are engaging in local beer tourism, venturing to new places to check out craft breweries. Towns like Braddock, Sharpsburg and Millvale are newly alive at night and on weekends thanks to craft breweries. But is Pittsburgh a true beer destination? Are we the kind of place that beer buffs would plan a trip around, the way they would flock to Asheville, N.C., or Portland, Ore.? "Slowly but surely," says Mike Potter, founder of the forthcoming online magazine Black Brew Culture. "You have about 10 breweries that are really making some star, outstanding beer." Potter, an avid beer trader, says that Pittsburgh beers are increasingly sought out by aficionados around the country, who request brews from ...
Here at Shorts, we dont feel like we can ever get enough information about beer, and one of our favorite things to do is share that information with the beer fans that we meet throughout Michigan. We love to teach our new staff about beer using a Beer 101 course. In this blog post, we have attempted to convey some of the key parts of Beer 101 using Huma Lupa Licious, our flagship IPA, as an example. Of course it is not required, but we do recommend grabbing a Huma if you have one handy (and why wouldnt you?).. To start with, Shorts owner and original head brewer, Joe Short, created Huma as his vision of what the perfect IPA would be if he were allowed to make the rules. The result was a beer that is not quite a double IPA, but bigger than a standard American IPA. No matter how youd classify it as, we think it is perfect and we love it.. If you have ever had a Huma, then you know there is a lot going on in this beer. Lets begin with an examination of various sensations. Huma cant be fully ...
INTRODUCTION. The production of beer using highly concentrated worts is the most efficient method adopted by Brazilian breweries for improving both productivity and competitiveness. This process, referred to as high-gravity, results in a more concentrated beer, which is usually blended with water after maturation with ethanol concentration or initial wort concentration used as the parameter (Murray and Stewart, 1991). The use of the high-gravity process enhances the brewery s capacity for beer production and reduces energy consumption, working time, cleaning and effluent costs and overall costs substantially (Almeida et al., 2000a and b; Stewart and Russell, 1985; Pfisterer and Stewart, 1976). Other advantages are the production of beer with improved colloidal haze and flavor stability, higher yield coefficients for sugar-to-ethanol conversion and higher percentages of adjuncts due to the excess of enzyme caused by high wort concentrations (Stewart and Russell, 1985; Casey et al., 1984; ...
For a taste of liquid Outer Banks, visitors (and supportive locals) flock to Outer Banks Brewing Station (600 S. Croatan Highway, Kill Devil Hills; obbrewing.com). Wayland says its a favorite eatery and he raves about their fresh seafood including mostly creatures caught nearby such as tuna and shrimp. North Cackalakey Fried Shrimp uses a beer batter consisting of their flagship Ölsch (a light Kölsch-style ale). Brewmaster Scott Meyer went forward with this beer because its the perfect light refreshing beer no matter how rigorous the pastimes that built up your thirst. Meyer notes that his wheat beers are also popular in the summer, none more so than the seasonal Lemongrass Wheat, which earned a silver medal at the 2010 World Beer Cup. Wayland includes Moondog ESB as a fave but also enjoys bigger, darker beers. OBBSs Mack Daddy Chocolate Stout, brewed with three kinds of dark chocolate, fills that bill. Incidentally, OBBS has a tiny bottler and always makes one style available per season, ...
ABSTRACT: Stabilization has a long history in beer production. In former times, beer was stabilized by long storage in wooden barrels. During this very traditional and unsystematic method wood derived tannins and beer proteins reacted, and the resulting beer showed a higher colloidal and taste stability. With industrialization of brewing, wooden barrels disappeared, and filtration became a very important step in brewing as distribution channels became more complex and beer was shipped all around the world. Production of a brilliant, clear, and stable beer is the major aim of end-filtration, aside from the removal of yeast and turbidity after fermentation. Nowadays, for these stabilization purposes, the use of silica gel and PVPP is widely spread in the brewing industry. In recent times natural tannin based stabilization aids also came into the market. For these trials a highly purified high molecular weight hydrolyzable commercial tannic acid product was used in-line before end-filtration. ...
Wild, funky, tart, mouthwatering and gossip worthy: Things used to describe the latest pop star gone rogue and more rarely used to describe style-defying beers. Every sip of beer you drink is an experience, much like our taproom, music lounge, performance venue, beer garden, and music label, and each one of the unique shows or performances you attend. Our beers are inspired by our lifestyle, by the culture and community that we define, and by the microscopic natural world around us. We brew beers that cant be tamed, that never fail to refresh the body and spirit, and that require one to experience the liquid in their glass.. Like us, all our beers are wild. That means, in one way or the other, each and every one of our beers is brewed with locally caught wild yeast, bacteria, or mixed cultures of both. With micro-floral creatures such as Saccharomyces, Lactobacillus, Pediococcus, and Brettanomyces, it is the brewers job to get these wild microorganisms to create flavors that are tart and ...
Besides the fact that beer is somewhat useful drink (barley contain the necessary proteins and carbohydrates), it also causes alcoholism, big stomach, sick liver, heart problems and weaknesses in bed. The first to suffer from the beer belly.. Daily ingestion of alcoholic fermentation liquid with elements affects the condition of the esophagus, stomach and intestines. With regular use of beer in the stomach first released a lot of mucus and then glands that produce stomach acid, atrophy.. This leads to defective digestion and the fact that the food stagnates or goes into the gut undigested. As a result - and gastritis problems with the chair. Suffers greatly from alcohol liver. At a constant struggle with the beer, the body becomes unreliable barrier to other toxic substances. Abuse of beer can lead to inflammation and even hepatitis. If not stopped in time, the beer may contribute earn cirrhosis. Beer also inhibits enzyme activity, which is why the process of splitting breaks nutrients. In ...
Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation walks us through some of the mystery of brewing, and shows us how we can better use yeast to produce the flavors that we want in our beer.
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Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation is a resource for brewers of all experience levels. The authors adeptly cover yeast selection, storage and handling of yeast cultures, how to culture yeast and the art of rinsing/washing yeast cultures. Sections on how to set up a yeast lab, the basics of fermentation science and how it affects your beer, plus step by step procedures, equipment lists and a guide to troubleshooting are included.. A note from the AHA: "The book will not appear on your confirmation receipt, but rest assured, it WILL be shipped to you if you include the offer code at checkout!". Pinned: Tilt Review! , Hops , Refractometer , 4xBall Locks , Fermentation Heater. More: Recent Great Deals ...
https://antiherobrewing.wordpress.com/2015/01/05/sam-adams-and-why-we-need-to-stop-listening-to-hipsters/. By: Andy Crouch. Jim Koch was pissed off.. The most recognizable man in American beer, who sold us all on the idea of craft brew three decades ago on his way to a billion-dollar fortune, was having dinner last October with a group of brewers inside Row 34, one of Bostons top-rated beer bars. The drink list was filled with esoteric options from hot new breweries throughout the country, as well as palate-pleasing offerings from abroad. But Koch had a problem: Though this mecca for beer nerds carries two dozen beers on draft and another 38 in bottles and cans, it doesnt serve his beloved Sam Adams.. Staring at the beer menu, Koch began to criticize the selection. More than half of it, he said, wasnt worthy of being served-inadvertently insulting the establishments owner, who unbeknownst to Koch was sitting next to him. Then Koch interrogated the beer manager about the offerings. ...
Many people equate beer drinkers in the United States to rednecks driving around throwing Pabst Blue Ribbon cans along the highway as they make their way to the mud bog-in with their 5 dogs, 8 shotguns, chrome-plated toolbox and CB radio in a brand-new, but beat up pickup truck. Actually, we do see those scenes here in the South, but for the most part, there are as many different kinds of American beer drinkers as there are American beers.. We have such a large collection of American beers that we have been forced to break up the thumbnail displays into different pages. The pages are arranged in alaphabetical groups. Click on the group below to access the thumbnail photomicrographs.. ...
Do you like beer and food? Have you ever been to a brewery? Or have you ever eaten any masterpiece of molecular gastronomy? Do you know what malt, hops, or the mentioned molecular gastronomy are? Yes? No? Well actually it doesnt matter. It is enough if you are interested in the answers to these and other questions. Join us in discovering of a great world of beer and food technologies. Where else should you start than in the Czech Republic? Country where beer and food have a longstanding tradition. If you want to... ... know how beer and molecular food can be prepared even at home ... learn how different types of beer can be prepared ... visit real breweries ... visit the most beautiful city in the Czech Republic ... find out what Design in the title of this course stands for Just apply now for the course Design? No, just beer it! and come to visit our lovely and beautiful city and learn more with our experts from the Brno University of Technology. We will provide you fun, great parties and ...
Lets be honest, its a pretty terrible selection of beer restaurants. Growlers list of a lot of light lagers from around the world. The Tap Room makes many fine beers, but theyre all Schlafly beers, and in my opinion one brewery does not a good selection make. Ciceros is about the only one I can truly support, they also have a very large list, but there seems to be a bit more thought put into it. Lastly, Tin Can is kitsch and more light lagers.. I think this year we can do better, I think we can really promote some of the best beer lists in St. Louis. Let me offer some of my suggestions (in no particular order):. Erato on Main: Oh sure, Ive sung their love song for quite some time, but honestly this is one of the best lists in St. Louis. Not only do they carry a lot of truly great beer, but they carry a lot of beer you cant get on this side of the river. Just look at this list from January, wouldnt you kill to see this list at more local restaurants? Not only that, thats not the same list ...
For the past few years, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been trying to implement a regulation that would require any bar or restaurant that has 20 or more locations to provide the nutritional information for all the food and drinks that it serves. It looks like the regulation will finally go into effect on December 1, 2016. Most brewers do not fear that consumers will stop consuming if they knew the calorie count of their beers. The vast majority of craft beer drinkers know that the delicious stout they are drinking is not on any approved diet plan. Beer bellies do not come from beers being low in calories.. It is the cost of obtaining the nutritional information that is troubling to some brewers. It has been estimated that testing each batch of beer will cost brewers anywhere between $300 to $1,000. While this is chump change to the macro breweries, it can amount to significant costs to the smaller breweries, especially the ones who are constantly coming out with new brews. What is ...
Now, with craft brewers in the United States capturing an ever-greater share of their home market, they are expanding in Germany as well. German consumers, intrigued by unfamiliar flavors, are purchasing more imported beer and are increasingly copying American efforts with their own small-scale brewing operations.. In the last year in Berlin, high-end U.S. beer - including one from California that is flown over in coolers - has become available in some grocery stores, and several U.S.-style craft breweries have opened. The efforts are aimed at challenging the dominance of plain-old pilsner, the mild lager that dominates more than half of beer sales in Germany. Beer consumption is slipping in Germany, and some brewers say their only salvation lies in fostering a drinking culture less constrained by a 1516 purity law that they say crimps innovation.. ...
Do you have a favorite race that serves beer?. Ive done races that serve beer at the finish, but my favorite race this year didnt serve beer but ended in Beer City, USA. I ran the Blue Ridge Relay, a 208-mile relay race from Grayson Highlands, VA to Asheville, NC in September. After my first leg, I had a Foothills Oktoberfest at the little pub we stopped at to grab a quick bite to eat. I was the anchor man, so I crossed the finished line in downtown Asheville after a little over 29 hours of running tough terrain and sleeping and eating in a van. My team replenished our glycogen stores at Lexington Avenue Brewery, and two friends and I stayed for an extra day to visit Bruisin Ales bottle shop and to enjoy beers at Thirsty Monk, Wedge, and Pisgah.. What are your proudest beer and running accomplishments?. My proudest running accomplishment was coming in 19/700 in my first running of The Bear, a 5-mile race up Grandfather Mountain in Linville, NC. The course climbs 1,541 feet and ends at the ...
I have been brewing for about 2 years. Some time ago I changed my yeast to nottingham. About 3 months ago I got a new batch of yeast. After I started using it I stated to get odd growth on top of my beer after the primary fermentation. It takes about 3-4 days after it is done fermenting to show up. And after I add my hops to dry hop in the 2ed fermentation. Now my beer tastes fine out of the fermenter. Now a 2nd odd thing is the beer will not self carbonation in the keg after a add priming suger. Now If I open the keg and add 1oz of suger and a little bit of new yeast the beer will carbonation. The beer tastes fine after it ages for 8 weeks. I have no idea what is going on with this odd growth. Now I have not changed anything in the way I make my beer. Any ideas ...
Beer is one of the preferred alcoholic beverages international. In truth, its the 3rd hottest drink total, after water and tea.. Beer is really useful for your well being too, if fed on sparsely. This manner one 12-ounce beer for ladies and two for males in an afternoon.. Surprisingly, beer could also be extraordinarily really useful for your hair and pores and skin.. Being wealthy in antioxidants and amino acids, beer can assist care for stunning pores and skin and lustrous hair. The yeast in beer could also be a just right supply of B nutrients, protein, selenium, potassium, iron, zinc and magnesium, which might be really useful to the surface in some ways.. ...
Okay, the beer thing and the sweating thing are two different problems. However, I can help with both. The same thing happened to me with beer, and we couldn`t figure out why after drinking beer, the next morning i would wake up with an itchy bumpy red rash all over my arms and legs. then my mom did some research and it turns out i have Celiac Disease, where you cannot eat gluten, which is an ingedient in beer. Another possibility is that you are allergic to the hops, which is the yeast that beer is made with. okay so the sweating thing...basically the pores sweat out...sweat. and then can get clogged, try showering right after working out or breaking a sweat...also you may just have very sensitve skin. The cold can cause dryness and then when you go into a warm area, the dry skin will become itchy. just a thought ...
One of the things that frustrates me when I read about beer and food pairing is that the subject tends to get filed down into digestible sound bites. I suppose that makes sense given that a lot of communication on the subject takes place on twitter and in short articles. There are things that you hear over and over; notes cadged from Garrett Olivers Brewmasters Table and Randy Moshers Tasting Beer.. One of the key rules that Ive heard is that you want a light coloured beer with fish and a dark coloured beer with red meat. This has the benefit of echoing the traditional framework of pairing wine with food, but I dont think that it provides enough information for people who are serious about pairing food with beer at home. Ive been doing some research and I want to explain why this rule of thumb works in a general sense in a way that you can actually apply to your meal.. There are a couple of fairly basic principles that you have to understand about beer and food.. The first thing is, ...
Bath Ales Sulis Lager - a sunshine treat! In this episode: - Emma is shown round the new Bath Ales Brewery by Master Brewer, Roger Ryman; - we revisit the Beer Day Britain / Brit Hop celebrations; - Jonny Garrett (Cave Direct & Craft Beer Channel) talks barrel-aged beer; - beer writers, Pete Brown &…
Of course it all started with Three Floyds Dark Lord. Before Id ever put much thought into comparing Dark Lord year-to-year, I just sort of ended up having some left over from a previous year. The allotment for the beer was 6 bottles per person once upon a time, and even at 4 per, that meant that between Gina and I there were always at least 8 bottles brought home per year. As a result weve now got five or so vintages in the closet. Sure, Dark Lord isnt the easiest beer to get, but its not the hardest, either (at least for those of us in Indiana). Its also a beer that definitely has perfect characteristics for a beer worthy of aging ...
Speaking of trusting companies, lets get one thing straight, Guinness beer is no longer owned by the Irish, they are now owned by a large beer conglomerate called Diageo and manufactured in over 50 different countries. No matter how many St. Pattys Day celebrations youve had with this dark stout, its time to stop because they use high fructose corn syrup in their beer. But, Guinness beer also contains isinglass, a gelatin-like substance produced from the swim bladder of a fish. This ingredient helps remove any "haziness," solids, or yeast byproducts from the beer. Mmmmm… fish bladder sounds delicious, doesnt? The sneaky thing this beer company does like many of the companies mentioned here today is create an illusion of using the best ingredients when in actuality what they tell you publicly on their websites is a complete farce. On Guinness FAQs - they have a question that states: "What are the key ingredients in Guinness" and the answer doesnt reveal the whole picture - it only states ...
A lot of ink (both real and virtual) has been used to define the craft beer movement. For the most part, craft beer has often been defined by industrial terms (the way beer is produced, how much is produced, who produces the beer) and cultural (people drink craft beer because it offers a wide variety…
Many of you are familiar with Direct Draw Systems aka Kegerators where kegs are stored in a cooler and the beer tap is directly above the kegs. Long Draw Systems, aka Glycol Cooled Systems, are installed where the kegs are stored in a walk-in cooler some distance away from the tower. In order for your beer to pour the way you want it, you will need a Glycol Machine which pumps food grade antifreeze lines that surround the beer lines. This keeps your beer cold from the cooler to the tower. Long Draw Systems allow for more beer taps as well, depending on the size of your cooler.. There are many options in installing a draft beer system. To find out which system fits your establishment best, call us for a complimentary evaluation.. Cheers friends!. -SCDBS Crew ...
A freeware screensaver with 21 beer quotes on a background of beer bubbles. User can configure over 100 various transition effects, speed, and more. Latest release and more detail is located at http://www.mrgoodbeer.com/quote A freeware screensaver with 21 beer quotes on a background of beer bubbles. User can configure over 100 various transition effects, speed, and more. Latest release and more detail is located at http://www.mrgoodbeer.com/quote. A freeware screensaver with 21 beer quotes on ... ...
Last week I tossed off a little post called "Woe is the Reviewer" that highlighted the difficulties in reviewing beer. In tossing it off, I missed an opportunity to go a bit deeper, though. Reviewing a beer is a unique exercise--different than tasting it on ones own or judging it for a competition. A review is a communication that depends on a series of assumptions. When you review a beer, you are taking into account more than just the elements of style. Youre trying to figure out where the beer fits in the context of the market--how does it compare to other beers; what does it add to the public conversation; what will people used to drinking other similar beers think? Many reviewers opt for the homebrew-judge model, or a purely descriptive one, but when I read reviews, I like a little more context. So thats how I do reviews ...
Define Beer operation. Beer operation synonyms, Beer operation pronunciation, Beer operation translation, English dictionary definition of Beer operation. n. 1. The act or process of operating or functioning. 2. The state of being operative or functional: a factory in operation. 3. A process or series of acts...
Brewers looking to create a beer product for the gluten-free market are using some very creative recipes. Gluten-free beer may be brewed in a manner similar to traditional beer, using malted rice, sorghum, or buckwheat instead of barley or wheat. Or, it can include more unusual ingredients, like honey and molasses. Technically, only beverages made from malted grains can be called "beer," so the rice- and sorghum-based drinks make the cut, while those made with honey do not. But theyre all sold in the same section of the store and target the same beer-craving market, so we wont exclude the non-malted-grain brews. Read on to learn about some gluten-free beer brands you might want to try.. ...
Just when you thought it was safe to go to the pub, someone creates a nicotine-laced beer. Ostensibly the beer is aimed at folks who want to quit smoking, but I think theres an ulterior motive at work here. I think the entire concept was dreamed up by bar owners who want to go smokeless or who have to comply with city/state-ordained smoking bans. Just a thought, but stranger things have happened.. In either case this NicoShot, as the German creators are calling it, is a bad idea. I thought caffeinated beer was a wretched idea, but nicotine-addled beer is worse. Far worse. Can you imagine if it also had the flavor and scent of tobacco? Not since the tomacco has their been a worse smoking-related food product idea.. NicoShot, I do not lift my glass to you. No matter how many nicotine-patch-wearing beer drinkers would swear by it.. [Via Gizmodo] ...
While beer might taste good and is a good way to enjoy with friends, it comes with a cost. Most beer drinkers suffer from beer belly which if left untreated could lead to various other health complications. Hence it is important to find out ways and means by which one can get rid of a beer belly.. Over the next few lines we will look at 10 different ways by which we can reduce belly caused by regular excessive drinking of beer. It is important to treat the problem as early so that health complications like blood sugar, hypertension, cardiac problems and kidney problems can be avoided.. ...
Did you know that Louis Pasteur discovered microorganisms and developed his technique for killing them, pasteurization, while studying beer? He was also a master brewer and wrote a book on the subject. Beer and life science have a long history, indeed even enzymes were discovered by studying yeast fermentation.. In San Diego, we are lucky to be a hub for both biotech and beer, and weve found a very interesting intersection of the two in White Labs, a local company creating high quality yeast strains for breweries. The company was started by Chris White, who got a Ph.D. in Biochemistry at UCSD studying the yeast Pichia pastoris. Chris was also an avid home beer brewer and began to use his scientific expertise on brewers yeast. We will hear from him about how he used this experience to found White Labs, a creative entrepreneurial move that has led to biotech helping to develop San Diegos thriving beer industry.. Of course, weve been holding SDBN events at Green Flash Brewery for almost a year, ...
Scientist in Spain and Australia say they have identified the yeast gene which helps produce the proteins needed to create beer foam which creates the head on beer when it is poured and sometimes leaves lace on the side of a glass. "This novel protein is responsible for beer foam stabilization," the researchers wrote in a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. "This report represents the first time that a brewing yeast foaming gene has been cloned and its action fully characterized. . . Foam quality is an important organoleptic property of beer that directly correlates to consumer appeal.". The gene is called CFG1, which stands for Carlsbergensis foaming gene, said scientists from the University of Santiago de Compostela and University of Burgos, both in Spain, and the University of Sydney in Australia.. Similar fermentation genes have been discovered for wine and sake.. ...
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John: Its a hoppy wheat beer. The base is a simple American Wheat Ale recipe utilizing a 35% mix of wheat malt and flaked wheat. What really makes the beer shine is the six hop pellet blend provided by Ales for ALS and Hopunion. The hop expresses a wide array of aromas and flavors ranging from tropical fruity to piney and spicey. We used an enormous amount of the hop in late kettle and dry hop additions to give it a huge hop nose but still leave the underlying flavor of the beer intact. Although it may smell like an IPA it isnt bitter at all. Balanced and refreshing, the beer finishes crisp and clean making a perfect Summer beer. ...
I have gout and am told to reduce or stop drinking beer because of the purine in yeast. Is gluten free beer helpful to me? - Gout and Gluten Free Beer - Beer and Brewing at BellaOnline
Researchers at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences at Aberystwyth University have collaborated with scientists from Dijon, France to try to solve the problem of bad tasting beer.. Beer brewers face a tricky problem. The high level of activity in the yeast used to produce beer generates a lot of heat during the brewing process raising the temperature at the bottom of brewing vats.. Unfortunately yeast often suffers damage to their structure at these high temperatures, and this damage gives the beer a bad taste.. Their research paper has been published in the journal Environmental Microbiology - Surviving the heat: Heterogeneity of response in Saccharomyces cerevisiae provides insight into thermal damage to the membrane.. Understanding why some yeast cells survive high temperatures when others perish is key to improving processes such as brewing and with over 20 million pints of beer consumed every day in the UK, this is an issue close to the nations heart.. The ...
Whats on tap. A few local beers made with Hops-Meisters hops. Most are IPAs and available on tap at the brewery or at Bay Area bars:. Almanac Fresh Hop IPA (Cascade, Gargoyle): Available at Toronado, Whole Foods Potrero Hill, the Beer Hall and other beer bars.. Barrel Head Wet-Hopped IPA (Cascade, Chinook, Ivanhoe):1785 Fulton St., S.F. (415) 416-6989.. Half Moon Bay Wet-Hopped IPA (Chinook, Gargoyle, Columbus): 390 Capistrano Rd., Half Moon Bay. (650) 728-2739.. 21st Amendment Harvest Ale (Cascade, Ivanhoe) and SMaSH (Chinook): 563 Second St., S.F. (415) 369-0900.. For more local wet-hopped beers, visit the website of the San Francisco Brewers Guild: http://sfbrewersguild.org. In addition, Hogs Apothecary in Oakland and the Bistro in Hayward will showcase wet-hopped beers throughout the late summer and fall.. - Jonathan Kauffman, [email protected] In todays paper. Pay tribute to California Wine Month with a tour through the states diverse wine regions. Section F.. ...
Im also making my shandies with craft beers, ones with a higher alcohol content and deeper flavors than their summer equivalents. For pilsners and lagers, Ive been mixing in fruit juices and liqueurs as well as carbonated liquids, so that the finished beverage maintains the light and bubbly profile of the original beer. For pale ales (EPAs and IPAs) Ive been mixing in liqueurs that add to the beers bitter and sour characteristics, while also turning up their underlying sweetness. (As with the lighter beers, its helpful to add some extra carbonation to the pale ales.) For porters, Im adding flavors that are earthy, autumnal, and more subtly sweet. For stouts, Im including ingredients that amplify the deep, port-like notes inherent to this heaviest of beers.. ...
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Beer is generally known to be a mans drink. Not being sexist, but many women dont prefer beer, to them its very bitter, and Vodka is considered as the drink for women. But what women and many people dont know is that the beer has many benefits that other drinks dont offer. Am sure, the men who drink beer on a daily basis dont know the same, so here we are to educate you on some of the benefits of beer.. ...
Sixty million people in Europe suffer from diabetes, about 90% being type 2 diabetes (T2D). T2D is associated with a twofold increased risk of cardiovascular death. Since T2D represents an epidemic growing and severe problem it is of outmost importance to fight it e.g. through changes in lifestyle such as the diet. Alcohol containing beverages e.g. beer is part of the diet.. Can beer reduce the risk of T2D? Interestingly, light and moderate alcohol consumption is associated with a lower risk of T2D, whereas heavy alcohol consumption is not related to the risk of T2D. Many types of alcohol-related purchases are associated with a lower prevalence of T2D, and those who purchase the greatest volumes of beer or wine -but not liquor-are less likely to be diagnosed with T2D than non-drinkers.. Can beer induce low blood glucose or increased weight ? In subjects with diabetes there is a fear of getting too low blood glucose. Studies to date have not provided convincing evidence that drinking beer with ...
In spite of the ideal of moderation, consumption of alcohol was often high. In the 16th century, alcohol beverage consumption reached 100 liters per person per year in Valladolid, Spain, and Polish peasants consumed up to three liters of beer per day. In Coventry, England, the average amount of beer and ale consumed was about 17 pints per person per week, compared to about three pints today; nationwide, consumption was about one pint per day per capita. Swedish beer consumption may have been 40 times higher than in modern Sweden. English sailors received a ration of a gallon of beer per day, while soldiers received two-thirds of a gallon. In Denmark, the usual consumption of beer appears to have been a gallon per day for adult laborers and sailors.[4] It is important to note that modern beer is much stronger than the beers of the past. While current beers are 3-5% alcohol, the beer drunk in the historical past was generally 1% or so.[citation needed] This was known as small beer and was drunk ...
Coalition Brewing is excited to announce the release of the first commercially produced Cannobidoil (CBD) Hemp infused beer in Oregon. Our mission with this beer series was to encompass a true collaboration of these "kissing cousins", hops and cannabis. These two plants produce similar organic aromatic compounds known as terpenes, and will have no THC present, the psychoactive element found in marijuana. We have been working with leaders in this immensely fast growing local industry on this project to showcase a harmony of both the beer profile of the Pacific NW and the Cannabis plant. This new emerging industry has many hallmarks of our own industry, with a focus on community, innovation and a positive impact to the local economy. We are excited that beer once again is giving us the opportunity and platform of breaking down barriers.. The first beer in this unique series will be "Two Flowers". A CBD (cannabidoil) and Hemp Infused India Pale Ale. The base style is a west coast IPA that is light, ...
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I am pleased and honoured to invite you to the 8th European Beer and Health Symposium that will be held on the 20th of April 2017 in Brussels. The Symposium will look at moderate beer consumptions place in a healthy lifestyle and at how drinking guidelines reflect the evidence base.. The Organising Committee I have the privilege of chairing is working to the development of a comprehensive programme that will offer you an overview of the most recent and interesting research on the matter that will fuel fruitful discussions. This year, the Young Scientist Award will again be attributed to an outstanding research from a newcomer in the academic world. I am looking forward to welcoming you all in Brussels on the 20th of April 2017.. With my kindest regards ...
Its no secret that nearly all traditionally brewed beers contain barley. The flavor and body barley imparts on traditional beers is partly responsible for their rich, full taste. Finding alternatives to barley that are suitable for brewing gluten-free beer has been a challenge. One solution has been to brew beers with
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After committing to build a beer collection, the first step is creating a safe, cozy environment in which the brews can slumber undisturbed-the cart before the horse. Some of the best advice on building a cellar can be found in Lovell, Maine, a tiny town near White Mountain National Forest thats home to Ebenezers Pub. Despite its rural digs, Ebenezers is a world-class Belgian bar and possibly the countrys foremost repository for vintage beer. "Im trying to build a time machine," says owner Chris Lively, 37, of his climate-monitored, 2,700-square-foot cellar. It features a security system to guard his 1,000-plus bottles that span more than a century of brewing. Like a liquid Library of Congress, "I want to have these beers here 100, 200 or 300 years from now. We cellar beers for the interest of the beer world.". For your interests, Lively suggests a cellar, or a basement, where the temperature will remain relatively low (about 55 degrees F is ideal, give or take five degrees), with narrow ...
What comes to mind when you think of a perfect summers day? A glass of chilled lager in a leafy garden setting, perhaps accompanied by something delicious to nibble on? Whatever the reason, beer gardens are a must-visit on any European trip and will give you the chance to host your very own Oktoberfest-prost!. Europes five finest beer gardens. The Crabtree, London - Located in Fulham on a splendid spot by the Thames, The Crabtrees beer garden has been refurbished in Victorian pub style. (www.thecrabtreew6.co.uk). Augustiner BrÄu Kloster Mulln, Salzburg - The only monastery in Austria that brews its own beer, it offers stunning hilltop views and excellent food. (www.augustinerbier.at). Café De Jaren, Amsterdam - Café de Jaren is a Dutch institution, and with two terraces overlooking the picturesque Amstel River, its the perfect refuelling stop on a day of sightseeing.. Seehaus, Munich - With a capacity of 2,500 it is one of Munichs biggest beer gardens; it also boasts a fantastic seafood ...
Original C Cave Creek Chili Beer - Cerveza Con Chili is a Chile Beer style beer brewed by Chili Beer Co. in Cave Creek, AZ. 2.09 average with 449 ratings, reviews and opinions.
Original C Cave Creek Chili Beer - Cerveza Con Chili is a Chile Beer style beer brewed by Chili Beer Co. in Cave Creek, AZ. 2.09 average with 449 ratings, reviews and opinions.
The New America Foundation has issued a new report that says the beer industry consolidation that has led to the creation of Anheuser-Busch InBev and MillerCoors is bad for consumers. And thats not all, the group says. Giant retailers like Costco also are controlling the beer market, it says. For consumers, it will become harder to get that special craft beer, the report concludes. For independent brewers, it will become harder to get to market and to scale up business. For society, it will become harder to control where, when, how and to whom beer and liquor is sold, and at what price. To read the full report, called ... wait for it, its a long title ... A King of Beers? Concentration of Power over Americas Alcohol Markets Is Bad for Consumers. It also Imperils Constutional and Moral Balances, click here.
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Its one line in a two-page spread - so the impact wont be the same as if Oprah were to declare her love for IPAs (headlines across the the country scream, "Hops Sales Soar Through The Ozone Layer") - but the current BusinessWeek reports on The Food and Wine Classic in Apsen, Colo., calling it a leading indicator of food trends.. And those trends would be?. "Well be hearing a lot more about Spanish and Greek wine, unusual pairings such as wine with chocolate, hand-cured meats, and barrel-aged beer.". Before you get too excited, lets consider how much more - oh, just for instance - Miller Chill there is out there for us to buy than there is barrel-aged beer. Give your favorite better beer store a call. Ill wait. And they had? Maybe some Rodenbach Grand Cru if youre lucky. Perhaps Jolly Pumpkin La Roja? Less likely.. The Angels Share from Lost Abbey? They had that and you didnt hang up the phone and get immediately in the car? Shame on you.. So where are these beers going to come ...
Answer (1 of 16): Beer stays in your body, on average, for one hour per unit. One pint of beer is equivalent to two units, unless it is strong beer. One pint of 5%-strength beer is 2.8 units. 6 beers would therefore stay in your body, on average, for at least 12 hours.Alcohol is eliminated from the body by excretion and metabolism. Most alcohol is metabolised, in a similar manner to food, and a smaller amount is excreted. The rate that alcohol is metabolised depends on many factors. These include your weight, age, sex, stress levels, metabolic rate, how much food you have eaten, the type and strength of the alcohol and whether you are taking any medication. Liver function is also important. The liver can metabolise only a certain amount of alcohol per hour, regardless of the amount that has been consumed. Heavy drinkers livers are often impaired and metabolise at a much slower rate than a healthy liver.There is a test available called the EtG (Ethyl Glucuronide) test, which can detect alcohol
This is a subject very close to my heart, in so many ways.. How fattening is beer?. People will tell you that a pint of beer is like having a meal. Doctors have told me that. Educated men and women. Clever folk.. And so I decided to have a little think about it.. Now, even though were all metric these days, everyone still measures their height and their weight in Imperial units: feet, inches and pounds, so thats what well have to go with, especially since we measure out our beer in the noblest Imperial measure of all. The pint.. Your average pint of beer contains about 4% alcohol. It might be a bit more or a bit less, but for the sake of discussion, thats what well call it. To put it another way, in order to consume a full pint of raw alcohol, youd have to swallow 25 pints of beer.. Over a week, that wouldnt be too hard, so lets say you drink three and a half pints a day, every day, and at the end of the week, youve consumed your full pint of ethanol.. Now, a pint of water weighs 20 ...
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Not having tried Moxie before, it seemed like that should be on the list. Plus, my friend Louis, (of Miracle Mile Bitters fame,) egged me on a bit.. Moxie is kind of cool, not as bitter as I expected, but also a bit less sugar than most Root Beer. Most Root Beer clock in at 40 plus grams of sugar per 12oz (3.3g per ounce), Moxie is 25g per 8oz. (3.125g per ounce).. Re: flavor impact. Really medicinal smell. Put me off a bit. Tasting it, its a bit like a cross between cola and root beer. Some wintergreen elements to the flavor, but then also the bitter/sour of cola with a distinct bitterness that lingers in the aftertaste.. My previous Root Beers were already a bit bitter with the Spikenard and Dandelion, but Ill pump that up a bit by replacing the Dandelion with Gentian. Im also going to swap in Honey for the Maple and leave out the Vanilla.. Flannestad Root Beer v1.3 (Moxie ...
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Other work responsibilities have sadly kept me from writing about beer as much as I like, but Im back.And although I wasnt writing about beer frequently, I was still drinking beer. Here are some quick and easy reviews of some new beers to help you decide if you want to spend your hard-earned money on some of these.First up is the Dogfish Head Brewerys Rhizing Bines.Rhizing Bines is a collaboration beer brewed with Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. It is a double IPA, but it tastes different than many double IPAs. Rhizing Bines is brewed with a heirloom winter wheat and combines the continuously hopped method used at Dogfish Head and the Torpedo process used at Sierra Nevada. It also uses a yet-to-be names experimental hop.The beer itself is medium-bodied, with a nice bready, caramel aroma from the malts, with some floral notes from the hops. Its creamier than most IPAs, and the caramel flavor continue. The hops add some grapefruit and other citrusy flavors.I really enjoyed this beer, despite the $13.50
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  • Analyses of a national sample of individuals with alcohol dependence (alcoholism) reveal five distinct subtypes of the disease, according to a new study by scientists at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). (nih.gov)
  • However, recent reports from NIAAA's National Epidemiological Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC), a nationally representative epidemiological study of alcohol, drug, and mental disorders in the United States, suggest that only about one-fourth of individuals with alcoholism have ever received treatment. (nih.gov)
  • In 1973, fetal alcohol syndrome was first described as a specific cluster of birth defects resulting from alcohol exposure in utero. (aappublications.org)
  • Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is the general term that encompasses the range of adverse effects associated with prenatal alcohol exposure. (aappublications.org)
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  • Other forms of alcohol - including isopropyl alcohol (found in rubbing alcohol, lotions and some cleaning products) and methanol or ethylene glycol (a common ingredient in antifreeze, paints and solvents) - can cause other types of toxic poisoning that require emergency treatment. (mayoclinic.org)
  • Prepare to enjoy unlimited 3oz pours of more than 35 beers. (brownpapertickets.com)
  • Nestec, part of the Nestlé empire in Switzerland, has filed patents in every major market round the world on a "fermented coffee beverage" that pours and foams like beer, but smells of strong coffee and packs a concentrated caffeine kick. (newscientist.com)
  • The Custom Data User feature allows you to conduct your own analyses of alcohol-attributable harms in the ARDI application using local data. (cdc.gov)
  • From March 1, 2018 to March 18, 2019, incorrect estimates of alcohol-attributable deaths, years of potential life lost, and alcohol-attributable fractions for some chronic conditions (e.g., acute pancreatitis, breast cancer, ischemic heart disease) were posted on the ARDI website. (cdc.gov)
  • ARDI is an online application that provides national and state estimates of alcohol-related health impacts, including deaths and years of potential life lost (YPLL). (cdc.gov)
  • The Alcohol Related Disease Impact (ARDI) Custom Data User Manual is available to download. (cdc.gov)
  • Alcohol withdrawal refers to symptoms that may occur when a person who has been drinking too much alcohol on a regular basis suddenly stops drinking alcohol. (medlineplus.gov)
  • The more you drink regularly, the more likely you are to develop alcohol withdrawal symptoms when you stop drinking. (medlineplus.gov)
  • If you go to the hospital for another reason, tell the providers if you've been drinking heavily so they can monitor you for symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. (medlineplus.gov)
  • If you have a drinking problem, you should stop alcohol completely . (medlineplus.gov)
  • 4 In addition, the Dietary Guidelines do not recommend that individuals who do not drink alcohol start drinking for any reason. (cdc.gov)
  • If you feel that you sometimes drink too much alcohol, or your drinking is causing problems, or your family is concerned about your drinking, talk with your doctor. (mayoclinic.org)
  • There is no need to pump & dump milk after drinking alcohol, other than for mom's comfort - pumping & dumping does not speed the elimination of alcohol from the milk. (kellymom.com)
  • Alcohol peaks in mom's blood and milk approximately 1/2-1 hour after drinking (but there is considerable variation from person to person, depending upon how much food was eaten in the same time period, mom's body weight and percentage of body fat, etc. (kellymom.com)
  • Tend to be in their mid-twenties, had early onset of regular drinking, and alcohol problems. (nih.gov)
  • If all Canadians who consume alcohol were to follow the proposed guidelines, there would be approximately 4,600 less alcohol-related deaths per year​ ( Alcohol and Health in Canada: A Summary of Evidence and Guidelines for Low-Risk Drinking . (ccsa.ca)
  • A team of independent Canadian and international experts developed Canada's Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines on behalf of the ​ National Alcohol Strategy Advisory Committee (NASAC). (ccsa.ca)
  • They are informed by the technical report, Alcohol and Health in Canada: A Summary of Evidence and Guidelines for Low Risk Drinking . (ccsa.ca)
  • In addition to the LRDG Communications Toolkit, see our featured publications sidebar for materials you can use to support awareness campaigns in your community for Canada's Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines. (ccsa.ca)
  • Drinking from a beer bong is different from drinking beer normally (or other carbonated beverage). (wikipedia.org)
  • In England, real ale snobbery discussions sometimes use the word "beer" to mean "English beer" i.e. "bitter" i.e. "real ale" i.e "not that lager muck that you're drinking" -- but I wouldn't take this seriously. (everything2.com)
  • Despite greater public awareness, improved terminology, and an accruing body of research, the lack of uniformly accepted diagnostic criteria for FAS and other related disorders has critically limited efforts to determine accurate prevalence figures, expand awareness and prevention campaigns, actuate early identification and intervention programs, and delineate the full continuum of alcohol-related conditions. (aappublications.org)
  • and it covers intermediate varieties like " mild " (sweeter and weaker than bitter), " porter " (strong and thick, intermediate between bitter and stout), and Belgian lambic , and " wheat beer ", where something other than barley is used in the process. (everything2.com)
  • During the brewing process, fermentation of the starch sugars in the wort produces ethanol and carbonation in the resulting beer. (wikipedia.org)
  • Mennella JA, Garcia-Gomez PL. Sleep disturbances after acute exposure to alcohol in mothers' milk . (kellymom.com)
  • Excessive alcohol use led to approximately 88,000 deaths and 2.5 million years of potential life lost (YPLL) each year in the United States from 2006 - 2010, shortening the lives of those who died by an average of 30 years. (cdc.gov)
  • Excessive alcohol use has immediate effects that increase the risk of many harmful health conditions. (cdc.gov)
  • Sacks JJ, Gonzales KR, Bouchery EE, Tomedi LE, Brewer RD. 2010 National and State Costs of Excessive Alcohol Consumption external icon . (cdc.gov)
  • 1.5-ounces of 80-proof (40% alcohol content) distilled spirits or liquor (e.g., gin, rum, vodka, whiskey). (cdc.gov)
  • The higher the blood alcohol concentration is, the more impaired you become. (mayoclinic.org)
  • The reason is that historically, the Lambert law states that absorption is proportional to the light path length, whereas the Beer law states that absorption is proportional to the concentration of absorbing species in the material. (princeton.edu)
  • In Singapore, beer must have at minimum 1.0% alcohol by volume concentration at 20 °C. It is often brewed from a mixture of grains like malt, sugars or its equivalent, and hops or other vegetables. (wikipedia.org)
  • Without question, the greatest invention in the history of mankind is beer. (angelfire.com)
  • That brewery was acquired by the Miller Brewing Company in 1972, who relaunched the beer as Miller Lite . (wikipedia.org)
  • The typical construction of a beer bong involves a large funnel connected to tubing. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1 The US Surgeon General issued the first public health advisory in 1981 (reissued in 2005) that alcohol during pregnancy was a cause of birth defects. (aappublications.org)
  • Also, ​view the Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral online resource to guide health ​​professionals in detecting and addressing harmful alcohol consumption among patients. (ccsa.ca)
  • Beer is essentially ferment ed barley . (everything2.com)
  • Anyway, minor variations aside, beer is the plant barley which has been allowed to ferment , i.e. turn into alcohol by a process of microbial decay. (everything2.com)
  • Beer is brewed from cereal grains-most commonly from malted barley, though wheat, maize (corn), and rice are also used. (wikipedia.org)
  • The earliest clear chemical evidence of barley beer dates to about 3500-3100 BC, from the site of Godin Tepe in the Zagros Mountains of western Iran. (wikipedia.org)
  • This is the primary definition in the United States, where the spelling Lite beer is also encountered, and where popular light beers include Bud Light , Miller Lite , and Coors Light . (wikipedia.org)
  • examples include a prayer to the goddess Ninkasi, known as "The Hymn to Ninkasi", which served as both a prayer as well as a method of remembering the recipe for beer in a culture with few literate people, and the ancient advice (Fill your belly. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Ebla tablets, discovered in 1974 in Ebla, Syria, show that beer was produced in the city in 2500 BC. (wikipedia.org)
  • Beer in South Korea must have less than 25% ABV, which means that it has to be 25 mL of alcohol or less per 100 mL of solution, and can be considered 'lite' only if it has less than 30 kcal per 100ml. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Guidelines are a key component of the National Alcohol Strategy . (ccsa.ca)
  • If your organization would like to apply to become an official supporter of the Guidelines, please email us at alcohol@ccsa.ca . (ccsa.ca)
  • 24 hours in a day, 24 beers in a case. (angelfire.com)
  • The remains of the roast are then ground to powder, mixed with yeast and sucrose, and fermented for 4 hours at just below 22°C. At this temperature the yeast can still metabolise but does not generate alcohol. (newscientist.com)
  • Brine turkey in beer for 24 hours for the best results. (bhg.com)
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  • Estimates the total number of deaths attributable to alcohol. (cdc.gov)
  • Pentagon leaders continue to grapple with suicide and alcohol-related deaths in the U.S. military. (newsweek.com)
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  • Alcohol does not increase milk production, and has been shown to inhibit let-down and decrease milk production (see below). (kellymom.com)
  • If you're away from your baby, try to pump as often as baby usually nurses (this is to maintain milk supply, not because of the alcohol). (kellymom.com)
  • Less than 2% of the alcohol consumed by the mother reaches her blood and milk. (kellymom.com)
  • Strong beer is the milk of the old. (angelfire.com)
  • Because alcohol poisoning affects the way the gag reflex works, someone with alcohol poisoning may choke on his or her own vomit and not be able to breathe. (mayoclinic.org)
  • It is for this reason the beer bong often engages the gag reflex . (wikipedia.org)
  • Beer is distributed in bottles and cans and is also commonly available on draught, particularly in pubs and bars. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bread and beer increased prosperity to a level that allowed time for development of other technologies and contributed to the building of civilizations. (wikipedia.org)