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Beer? Wine? Liquor? Which puts you over Utah's new DUI limit quicker?
Getting a Beer in Iowa Is Tougher Than You Think
You are now logged in. Forgot your password? As the Ames Straw Poll approaches, GOP presidential hopefuls are rolling up the sleeves of their brand new flannel shirts and scrambling to be "the guy you want to have a beer with. Some of Iowa's regulations are entertainingly anachronistic. Bartenders are prohibited from pouring water down the drain while serving an officer of the law. Don't try asking your local bartender to put something on a tab—those are illegal, too.
Seven years ago, I was living in Ghent, Belgium. Though I had been a fan of craft beer for years, Belgium is where I learned the hard way about the wide variance of alcohol content between different styles. It took a severe hangover to realize that drinking three bottles of my new favorite—Westmalle Tripel 9. I soon noticed that the Belgians I met carefully considered the ABV listed on the menu or the beer label when ordering beer, choosing a tripel 9 percent ABV or more at the beginning of the night and a pintje low alcohol tap beer, ordered in Flanders by holding up your pinky to the bartender at the end of the night. The alcohol content of beer can range from 2. In the United States, where low-alcohol lagers have dominated the market for decades, styles with elevated alcohol content are still a relatively new phenomenon.
Without the restrictions of an ABV limit, beer masters are further able to hone their craft and share exciting, full-bodied, aromatic beverages to adult consumers. Microbreweries are cropping up, not just in our home state, but around the country as consumer demand for flavorful, delicious beer soars. New opportunities involved in the beer world point to forward-thinking possibilities involving the design, beverage packaging, distribution, and availability of these exciting craft brews.
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Drinking will shorten your life, according to a study that suggests every glass of wine or pint of beer over the daily recommended limit will cut half an hour from the expected lifespan of a year-old. Those who think a glass of red wine every evening will help keep the heart healthy will be dismayed. The paper, published in the Lancet medical journal , says five standard ml glasses of wine or five pints a week is the upper safe limit — about g of alcohol, or More than that raises the risk of stroke, fatal aneurysm a ruptured artery in the chest , heart failure and death. The risks for a year-old of drinking over the recommended daily limit were comparable to smoking, said one leading scientist. This works out at about an hour per day. There is still a small benefit to drinking, which has been much flagged in the past.