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Old 06-13-2012, 07:28 AM   #1
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I got a non-alcholoic beer and out of curiousty I dropped a capsule of a food supplment Iam taking called "brewer's yeast" and left it in the beer bottle for 24 hours. It is starting to smell like alcohol.
Is this safe to drink?

Please help out....



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Old 06-13-2012, 08:17 AM   #2
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Tell me why this has underage written all over it...



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I was getting more of a troll vibe. Drink it is my response. It will be delicious.

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brewers yeast is a food supplement??? lol, I smell a 14 year old here

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Tell me why this has underage written all over it...
Yes.
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I was getting more of a troll vibe. Drink it is my response. It will be delicious.
This.
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brewers yeast is a food supplement??? lol, I smell a 14 year old here
This has been covered?
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Old 06-13-2012, 10:01 AM   #6
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Gentlemen,
I appreciate you responses. I am an adult guy (35 years old) living in a place where alcohol is not available.
"bewer's yeast" is rich in vitamine B.
I will try the beer and let you know.
Thanks all
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Old 06-13-2012, 10:06 AM   #7
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A place in Denver that alcohol is not available...

hmmmm...

are you in prison?

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When I was going through puberty, my mother gave me bbrewers yeast to get rid of and prevent pimples. Dr Oz also suggests its use. Cant remember for what though.

Using it for turning o'douls into Chimay is probably not going to work, but i'm sure its safe to drink.

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Dr. Oz’s second miracle Pill to get your energy back Brewers Yeast. Brewers Yeast is a vitamin powerhouse, has a ton B Vitamins, chromium, selenium & important antioxidants that helps break down carbs and fats. Take 4000 MG of brewers yeast divided throughout the day and you can Brewers Yeast online or health food stor

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-715-BREWER'S%20YEAST.aspx?activeIngredientId=715&activ eIngredientName=BREWER'S%20YEAST

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Gentlemen,
I appreciate you responses. I am an adult guy (35 years old) living in a place where alcohol is not available.
"bewer's yeast" is rich in vitamine B.
I will try the beer and let you know.
Thanks all
Beer is not available in Colorado? Denver of all places?


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