There was recently a Budweiser commecial touting Anheiser Busch’s “commitment” to beer. It proclaimed Budweiser’s committment to tradition by brewing it’s flagship Bud beer in the same manner for over 130 years. “130 Years!” It emphasized. As someone with a bit of international beer experience, this statement had me in stitches.
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The nutritional value of beer is a much debated issue. If you read my article “Top 10 Reasons Beer is Good for your Health” you will likely learn a lot about the numerous studies done on Beer Drinking. Everyone wants beer to be good for them, so they do research to prove that it is.
We need a reference. An honest account of what is in the average beer. You can say that light beers have slighly less carbs, and your heavier beers have slightly more, but do remember that it is only the difference of a 20 minute walk. Why don’t beers have nutritional facts labels anyway.
We all love beer. I think that is a given. The problem with good beer isn’t just the occasional hangover; it’s also what the wife has probably mentioned to you, calories. The better the beer the more the calories, that’s the way it seems. So drinking copious amounts of good beer invariably leads to… the Beer Belly.