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How to Tell If You’re a Supertaster


Most humans can be placed into three major categories of tasters—nontasters, tasters, and supertasters, roughly in the ratio of 25 percent: 50 percent: 25 percent. There is also a small percentage (less than 1 percent) of humanity categorized in a super-supertaster category.

 

The Ultimate Layover Drinking Guide To Nairobi


Like a green oasis, Nairobi rises from the desolated African savanna, signalling hope and intent to the adventurous traveller.

 

The Cheapest Cities In The World For A Pint Of Beer


They say that life is too short to drink cheap beer, but there’s no denying a good deal on a pint makes it taste all the sweeter.

 

How beer can strengthen your natural hair


With too much sun exposure, your hair is more prone to breakage and a dull appearance.

 

Guys watch out! Your favourite pint of beer could be giving you MAN BOOBS


BOYS, if you’re a big fan of beer we’ve got bad news for you.

 

People are furious with this brewery`s “disgusting” beer labels


Beer fans have taken to social media to vent their “disgust” at a microbrewery’s “sexist and unacceptable” bottle labels.

 

Why you should stop asking for beer in frosty glasses


There’s a bar in my neighborhood that has a huge sign up that says “No Frosty Glasses” on it, presumably because people would ask for beer in one.

 

Pour the perfect pint of beer in 9 steps


There’s nothing quite like cold beer to take a day’s worries away – and while it’s perfectly fine straight from the bottle, there’s actually a 9-step ritual that will make your liquid redemption taste even better.

 

Brewery uses crayfish to purify water


A Czech beer brewery has enlisted some curious creatures to help maintain the purity of their water supply.

 

3 Good reasons to drink beer


THINK of all the reasons to enjoy a beer. There’s the obvious: after a hard days work, it tastes like the liquid equivalent of a high-five….so true!

 
 
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Beer is one of the world’s oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, when cereal was first farmed, and is recorded in the written history of ancient Iraq and ancient Egypt. Archaeologists speculate that beer was instrumental in the formation of civilizations