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Study Shows Beer Cures What Ails You

I’ve been nursing a brutally bad back since Monday, when it decided to go out without provocation or reason.  I’ve also had a head cold, which is just an AWESOME thing to have when your spine is resting against the nerves in your lower back. /Sneeze /Scream /Repeat I took some muscle relaxers and they […]

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Study Shows a Couple of Beers Makes Men Less Moronic

This study by the FABBS Foundation (which is short for something, I’m sure of it) has been making the rounds over the last week.  In a nutshell, it shows that men with a blood alcohol level of 0.07%, or a couple of beers worth of booze on board, performed better at “creative problem solving.” This […]

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Study Finds That Young Drinkers Remember the Good, Downplay the Bad

A study from the University of Washington is shedding some light on a phenomenon that many of us may have some experience with.  The study shows that young adults acknowledge the positive effects from alcohol consumption and tend to gloss over the negative ones. It’s a sort of selective memory. They remember that their jokes […]

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Scientific American Writes Uninformed Article About Beer, Gets Pwned in Comments

Every once in a while I run across something that makes me realize what a happy little bubble we have here.  This site is frequented by some of the most opened-minded and knowledgeable beer geeks around.  Frankly, I forget that there are other folks out there, some of them very intelligent and articulate, who really […]

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