[!CrackMonkey!] Happy Irish Beer Day

Chuck Daminato opus at penguins.ca
Wed Mar 20 10:13:25 PST 2002


On Wed, 20 Mar 2002, #2 of Berkeley wrote:

> You might not be aware of this, but shipping has improved somewhat since
> the 18th century.  We no longer depend on the wind to make this journey,
> and thanks to the Suez Canal, someone can get from London to Bombay in
> less than two months!  Amazing, isn't it!  We now also possess this
> wondrous technology called "refrigeration."  Through the magic of
> refrigeration, products can be stored at temperatures under 60 degrees
> Fahrenheit!  Isn't science wonderful?

Any good beer isn't pasteurized (kills the flavours) so they only
really have a shelf life of a few weeks (or less); not to mention
what refrigeration process does to alcoholic beverages.  Ruined!

-- 
Chuck D





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