At the Dogfish Head Brewpub in Delaware they make this crazy flip cocktail that’s stirred with a hot metal poker.
"This is definitely not a good idea …" says lead researcher Dr. Ben Desbrow, of drinking beer to hydrate after exercise.
That didn’t stop him and colleagues at the School of Public Health at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, from seeing what happens.
In the ongoing journey to calculate one true “ideal dose” of alcohol, data keeps telling us that geography matters. Health effects are different depending on where studies take place. We’re still learning how cultural/biological factors shape the way alcohol affects our bodies, though we know we regard drinking very differently in different places.
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Christian DeBenedetti writes a brief history of sour beer: http://nyr.kr/1bCBBZA
“In a development that would make Pasteur, the father of biogenesis (as well as his method for halting it, pasteurization) roll in his grave, brewers, especially in the United States, have embraced the time-honored Belgian art of deliberately infecting beer with the same ‘wild’ bugs that generations of their predecessors so painstakingly eradicated.”
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Mikkeller It’s Alive & sushi.
My own take from back in the day.
Only $84.99 a six pack.
Once again we pitted all the best pumpkin beers against each other. This year St. Ambroise Citrouille came out on top. So much fun.
All the beers currently in our makeshift beer cellar. It’s about 75 bottles. Take a look at the spreadsheet for a list of all the beers.