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  • Zevico
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    How about taste good?

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  • Stuie
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    Beer thread! Sort of...

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  • Sava
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    Originally posted by Imran Siddiqui
    You note that Bush became evil after he stopped drinking

    Beforehand, he was a party guy. He'd be like Neil Bush right now if GW Bush kept drinking!
    I don't know that for a fact... he might have been evil while he was drinking...

    plus, it's possible he never stopped


    WHO KNOWS FOR SURE!?!?!?!?

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  • Imran Siddiqui
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    You note that Bush became evil after he stopped drinking

    Beforehand, he was a party guy. He'd be like Neil Bush right now if GW Bush kept drinking!

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  • Sava
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    actually...

    you can probably blame beer FOR Bush

    or maybe thank beer... who knows how much more powerful Bush would be with all those extra brain cells he would have if not for beer

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  • Ninot
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    it can't fix the American Government

    I blame Bush

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  • Sava
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    Originally posted by Imran Siddiqui
    Beer .

    It is the world's wonder drink. The aspirin of beverages. We pray to the beer gods (Oh Holy Suds) as we drink.
    do you even drink beer? mr. diet soda

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  • Chemical Ollie
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    It can't keep you out of the lavatory (unless you use diapers).

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  • Imran Siddiqui
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    Beer .

    It is the world's wonder drink. The aspirin of beverages. We pray to the beer gods (Oh Holy Suds) as we drink.

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  • Sava
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    beer can't get you high

    marijuana

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  • Peter Triggs
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    The process involves taking the beer waste and putting it through a two-hour refining process that leaves behind 200-proof ethanol, according to the paper. After being mixed with gasoline, the resulting fuel is then shipped out to various gas stations in the region.
    What a waste.

    I once was at a party thrown by some medical students where we were drinking a punch that contained a fair percentage of that stuff.

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  • duke o' york
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    No. It can do whatever you want, and more! Although generally stuff you don't want it to do.

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  • DinoDoc
    started a topic Is there anything beer can't do?

    Is there anything beer can't do?

    Fill 'er up -- with beer?

    NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Believe it or not, your car could be fueled by beer

    According to a news report in Monday's Denver Post, Coors Brewing Co. uses waste from the beer production process to produce approximately 1.5 million gallons of ethanol, which is then sold in the wholesale market.

    Coors, which partners with area engineering firm Merrick & Company to produce the alternative fuel, said they plan to build another ethanol facility due to the success of the program, according to the paper.

    "We've basically taken a waste stream and turned it into a revenue stream," Steven Wagner, the Merrick vice president who oversees the ethanol project, told the paper.

    The demand for ethanol, a gasoline substitute, is at an all-time high in the U.S., the Post reported, as the country has faced rising energy costs, particularly gasoline.

    The process involves taking the beer waste and putting it through a two-hour refining process that leaves behind 200-proof ethanol, according to the paper. After being mixed with gasoline, the resulting fuel is then shipped out to various gas stations in the region.

    The Post cited recent criticisms of ethanol, which claim that the production of the fuel ends up expending more energy than it creates and that it is not fuel efficient.

    The second facility, which will double Coors' ethanol production, will transform into ethanol the millions of gallons of byproduct from such brands as Coors and George Killian's Irish Red, according to the paper.
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