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Old 03-02-2013, 12:55 AM   #1
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Default We, mostly, all know this.

But it's good to see something factually correct & unhyped from the popular press when it comes to beer.
I approve and/or endorse his product and/or service.

Beer Myths that wont go away



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Old 03-02-2013, 12:55 PM   #2
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Yeah,simple language the average beer drinker can understand. But we knew this stuff already,right?



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Old 03-02-2013, 01:46 PM   #3
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No offense but that was a pretty useless article. Please don't send people to the Huffington post without telling them first.

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No offense but that was a pretty useless article. Please don't send people to the Huffington post without telling them first.
No offense, but that was a pretty useless comment. Don't click on a link if you don't want to be sent somewhere that you don't want to go. Hover over the link next time so you know where you're going.

I agree with Tony, its good to see this info out there in main stream media.
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Hard to hover on a phone. As far as being a useless comment I believe there are quite a few people who use this forum from a phone and who also do not want to support the Huffington post.

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Huh?
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ok, dude. Take it to the debate forum.

also, if you're on an iPhone, you can long tap the link it will show the link and ask if you want to copy/open/etc.

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No offense but that was a pretty useless article. Please don't send people to the Huffington post without telling them first.


Are you serious? Most of us here probably knew everything mentioned there, but it's a solid article for non-beer people. This was a perfectly usefuly "geneal beer discussion" post, and you're acting like a troll about it.

I'm quite conservative (Libertarian here, thanks), so I'm typically not keen on the Huffington Post, but the article itself was solid. I see no reasont o pretend otherwise.
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No offense but this is a pretty inflammatory comment. Please don't bring your political preference into an thread about beer myths.

I enjoyed the article, OP.
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Hard to hover on a phone. As far as being a useless comment I believe there are quite a few people who use this forum from a phone and who also do not want to support the Huffington post.
What sort of "support" do you think you were swindled out of by reading an article?

are you so polarized politically, that a relatively harmelss, informative article on beer is political crap, based on the publication who ran it?


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