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The Dry January Challenge

Could you stay off booze for an entire month? Last January over 2 million Brits either cut out drinking alcohol completely or cut back. The concept has been driven by a non-profit organization called Alcohol Concern which is a British charity dedicated to tackling the harm caused by alcohol to individuals, families, and society. Many [...]

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The NEW Clausthaler Golden Amber (Pale Ale) Review

New isn’t always better. New Coke was launched in 1985 in reaction to declining market share at the expense of Pepsi but the public response to the change was negative and sometimes even hostile. Coke changed back to their original (Classic) recipe in 1992. The New Coke launch has since become the textbook example of [...]

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Beer Can Be Good For You (Yes, Really!)

Beer usually bears the brunt of the blame for expanding waistlines in many Western countries. However, Spanish researchers in a study titled: ‘Beer, Mediterranean diet and cardiovascular disease’, suggest that moderate consumption of ale and lager can play a beneficial role in health. This role includes a reduction of risks associated with high blood pressure [...]

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Will we start seeing more non-alcoholic beer from the big brewers?

The market for non- and low-alcohol beers has been growing worldwide, reports Jillian Berman in the Huffington Post.The alcoholic beer market is essentially saturated. It is projected that beer sales will decrease dramatically in North American and Western Europe in coming years.Big beer makers are adding new non- and low alcoholic products to increase their [...]

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Louis Cifer Brew Works Review

If a pub carries one non-alcoholic beer option then I give them credit. And if that non-alcoholic beer is actually a good one then I am impressed. Louis Cifer Brew Works in Toronto, Canada, carries an astounding four premium non-alcoholic beers in addition to Louis Cifer’s own craft root beer. Their line-up includes Iron League [...]

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What can a month alcohol-free do for you?

Have you ever wondered what the effect might be of taking a month off booze? Intent on discovering whether a dry January could balance out the excess of Christmas an intrepid 31-year old man set out to go one month without alcohol. This is an increasingly common quest during the month of January in the [...]

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Avoid Alcohol When Taking This Medication

You’ve probably seen this warning on medicines you’ve taken. The danger is real. Mixing alcohol with certain medications can cause nausea and vomiting, headaches, drowsiness, fainting, or loss of coordination. It also can put you at risk for internal bleeding, heart problems, and difficulties in breathing. In addition to these dangers, alcohol can make a [...]

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How healthy is your liver?

This past week took a sudden turn as a family member was rushed to hospital feeling faint and having had an “upset stomach” for several weeks. A CT scan at the hospital revealed an inflamed liver. Blood work and a biopsy confirmed that the cause was Autoimmune Hepatitis. Most people assume that liver disease is a result [...]

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4 Great Ways to Enjoy a Non-Alcoholic Beer this Summer

With summer on our doorstep here are four novel ways to enjoy the refreshing taste of beer without the limitations of alcohol.Beer Popsicle – Two long-time summer favourites have finally come together to help you beat the summer heat in the form of homemade beer popsicles. And with non-alcoholic beer these popsicles can be enjoyed by the whole [...]

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C'mon Spring!

Hello Everybody,Happy FeBREWary! Brrrr!  What a winter we're having - spring cannot come soon enough!  It's hard not to dream about sitting out in the sun on a warm patio drinking a cold beer. With that in mind we've been working at getting our products into bars, restaurants, and cafes so you might indeed be [...]

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