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Old 28-05-2018, 06:24 PM   #21
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Excessive amounts of beer will of course make you drunk and possibly incapable.

But, for evidence, just google it. That'd be a smart thing to do. Google "alcohol makes you smart" and you'll see plenty of research from various universities.

For instance: "Recent research shows that men become better at creative problem solving after they consume alcohol. Although some people believe that alcohol can inhibit your normal thinking processes, the study from the University of Illinois showed that the additional drinks allowed for more innovative answers that, in the end, equaled more correct answers on a brain teaser test."
You may have a point there especially with the research from various universities including Illinois.

I remember my University days where students were actively encouraged to drink to excess – particularly in Fresher’s week of the First Year. Looking back I can see now that this strategy must have been intentional and subtly prepared the first years to think better and smarter for the remainder of their studies – v clever!

Was this also the reason why Student’s Union bar prices were very competitively priced - almost like they were subsidised?

P.S. I think our education system is great. It is certainly abstract and will never look at real world problems like student loans and the fact that most people will never pay them off – the debts will only get bigger.

Hilarious!

Still I’m sure all those students drinking beer at University will have thought about this and be fully aware of the potential pit falls.

(What could possibly go wrong when you get private finance companies involved with student loans?)

After all, the Universities wouldn’t want their students to be ‘dumbed down’ and not realise that those excessive tuition fees are intended to screw them over for life.

I’m off for a pint – hasn’t the weather been lovely today..
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Old 28-05-2018, 06:31 PM   #22
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beer is not going to open your third eye and is therefore allowed
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Old 28-05-2018, 06:35 PM   #23
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Interesting!

''Give my people plenty of beer, good beer, and cheap beer, and you will have no revolution among them''- Queen victoria
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Interesting section in today's "i" newspaper about pint price disparities from region to region. I know in my local Wetherspoons up North you can get a pint of real ale for as little as £1.85.

In London the price of an average pint is now £5.19 !!!
Oxford : £4.57
Edinburgh: £4.35
Bristol: £4.32
Winchester: £4.30
Salisbury £2.80

You don't get nearer the £2 mark until Chelmsford & Carlisle.

Globally, it gets dearer, with the most expensive pint being in Dubai at £9, Oslo £7, Hong Kong £6, Singapore £5.94, New York £5.32

Countries who offer the least expensive beers are Prague at £1.17 a pint, Johannesburg £1.93, Taipei £1.77, Krakow Polska £1.79 and Rio de Janeiro £2.21

So is there a global agenda behind all this, re which peoples of which countries may get get pi**ed for cheaper ?
Looks like some sort of agenda.
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Old 28-05-2018, 06:40 PM   #24
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Beer was a source of fresh clean drinking for rehydration during the industrial revolution. It was only around 2% alcohol to keep the bacteria out.
That 2% ale you mentioned was the second brew from the mash and as you say was basically brewed to incourage good healthy labour.

The first brew from the mash would have contained much more sugars from the grain so it fermented a much stronger ale that would have been consumed after the work day was completed.

I love half a gallon of real ale after a days hard graft

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Old 28-05-2018, 07:05 PM   #25
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Brain smarts are not related to knowledge, but capacity to think. Often abstractly. Beer may help with that.

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I have had pints in that pub when I lived in Oxford. Nice pub. Beer is a European tradition. It's obsession with sports that is the issue in my opinion.
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I have had pints in that pub when I lived in Oxford. Nice pub. Beer is a European tradition. It's obsession with sports that is the issue in my opinion.
If beer and wine is part of the Agenda and has been for a long time, then wouldn't our controllers sell it to us as a good European 'Tradition'?

After all, we are quite gullible and 'swallow' must stuff they tell us.

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[QUOTE=Prince_Arthur;1063024396]If beer and wine is part of the Agenda and has been for a long time, then wouldn't our controllers sell it to us as a good European 'Tradition'?

I think that’s already been happening for a while now

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Old 28-05-2018, 09:12 PM   #28
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Oxford and Cambridge university colleges hold £21bn in riches

https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...21bn-in-riches

Got to admire how clever they are - they play us like a fiddle.
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Old 28-05-2018, 09:24 PM   #29
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Oxford and Cambridge university colleges hold £21bn in riches

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Got to admire how clever they are - they play us like a fiddle.

Very informative, but where’s the link to beer?

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Old 28-05-2018, 09:27 PM   #30
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Very informative, but where’s the link to beer?

Pay attention - Oxford University own 'The Eagle and Child'.

Suggest you go and drink some beer to help you think better - Dumb Ass.
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Pay attention - Oxford University own 'The Eagle and Child'.

Suggest you go and drink some beer to help you think better - Dumb Ass.
Yes sir, ok sir



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The pub (the Eagle and Child) had been part of an endowment belonging to University College since the 17th century. The college placed it on the market for £1.2 million in December 2003, saying that it needed to rebalance its property portfolio. It was bought by the nearby St John's College, which also owns the Lamb and Flag pub opposite.[3]
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The pub (the Eagle and Child) had been part of an endowment belonging to University College since the 17th century. The college placed it on the market for £1.2 million in December 2003, saying that it needed to rebalance its property portfolio. It was bought by the nearby St John's College, which also owns the Lamb and Flag pub opposite.[3]
the eagle and child and bull and lion are often associated with the matthew, mark, luke and john and can be associated with the constellations scorpio, aquarius, taurus and leo that mark the changing of the seasons

the lamb is the agnus dei
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The Eagle and Child in Cambridge this time.

Originally opened in 1667 as the "Eagle and Child", The Eagle is one of the larger pubs in Cambridge, England, on the north side of Bene't Street in the centre of the city.[1] The site is owned by Corpus Christi College and is managed by Greene King brewery.

In Cambridge the Eagle (and Child) pub is on the North side of Bene't Street (Benedict abbreviated).

In Oxford the Eagle and Child Is two doors down from St Benets College (Benedict abbreviated).

Both pubs owned by University Colleges.

Is there a pattern emerging?
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I have had pints in that pub when I lived in Oxford. Nice pub. Beer is a European tradition. It's obsession with sports that is the issue in my opinion.
Beer interesting by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Reminds me of the very successful Kitchener Army Recruitment Poster.

The REAL Ale Story?

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Google "alcohol makes you smart" and you'll see plenty of research from various universities.

For instance: "Recent research shows that men become better at creative problem solving after they consume alcohol. Although some people believe that alcohol can inhibit your normal thinking processes, the study from the University of Illinois showed that the additional drinks allowed for more innovative answers that, in the end, equaled more correct answers on a brain teaser test."
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Give your brain the night off by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

For further 'evidence' on what beer is all about see:

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Old 30-05-2018, 03:17 PM   #37
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For further 'evidence' on what beer is all about see:

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Lols. My heroes would usually be the beer drinkers and drop outs rather than the studious studiers. So, that's who my money's on.
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More Interesting Beer Facts:

In UK 324,728 million pints of beer are drunk every second.

At any one time, 0.7% of global population are drunk - around 50 million people.

75% of all American beer consumption is lager.

The hole in the non detachable ring pull on a can of beer is there to hold a drinking straw steady, regardless of the effervescence of the beverage in the can.

Only in 2011 did Russia officially declare beer as being alcoholic.

In the Middle Ages, taxes could be paid with beer.

UK pays 13 times more beer duty than Germany or Spain. Duty paid per pint per country:

UK - 52p
Netherlands - 16p
Poland - 9p
Germany - 4p
Spain - 4p

Britons consume 12% of all EU beer, yet UK pays 40% of all EU beer duty.

110,000 pints of beer and lager are sold at Wimbledon each year.

Incan beer "chicha " was made by the ferment of corn chewed and spat out by Incan women.

A pint of beer in Norway will cost you around £8.

Drinking 5 pints of beer is the equivalent of eating 221 doughnuts.

After 4 pints of beer, alcohol remains in the bloodstream for 14 hours.

UK has the highest number of independent craft breweries in the world (over 2,000 with an annual turnover of £125 million).

In the Aquila constellation there is an alcohol cloud sufficient to make 400 trillion trillion pints of beer.

Pubs (invented by the Romans) have been rapidly closing down in UK at a total of 1,000 a year ( 10,000 in the last decade - 15% of all British pubs), while new coffee chops are increasingly opening at a rate of three per day). York has more pubs than days in the year (over 365, even more than York's 140 alleged ghosts). Pub signs were made compulsory by law in 1393.

At the last count, the UK pub industry stands at 52,091 pubs supplied by 1,239 breweries, together employing 869,122 people. 972 of these pubs are Wetherspoons, collectively employing 37,000 people.

A Tegestologist is somebody who collects beer mats.

(Wetherspoons recently distributed 500,000 beer mats each bearing pro Brexit propaganda)

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Old 30-05-2018, 05:24 PM   #39
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Exclamation Aleister Crowley and beer...

Aleister Crowley the infamous Black Magician came from a family of brewers.

A Quaker family, the Crowleys had been brewing beer near Croydon for 200 years when they bought Baverstock’s business in 1821.

Fig 20 crowleysales by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

In the 1870’s the Crowleys sold the brewery to the son in law of Abraham Crowley, and Aleister’s father re-invested his share in the sale into Amsterdam’s waterworks. His father was able to retire young on the profits, and when he died he left Aleister a considerable fortune which financed him throughout life and allowed him to immerse himself in his interests. So alcohol really is responsible for the Anti-Christ…

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