From:ACEsnob e-mail:AMCAdoug@aol.com
Subject:RE: RE: RE: Beer Date:Tue Mar 15 21:03:03 2016
Response to:6138
OK Dave, I'll put electrical tape over the name cider. My
family once owned Worthington Ale in England. Does that
make up for my impropriety?

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Beer consists of four ingredients: malt, hops, yeast, and
motor oil.

The big American breweries (and some Canadian ones too) add
a lot of rice to make their bland, tasteless beer even more
bland and tasteless. (Tasteless Yellow Water)

The worldwide consolidation of breweries continues. Bass
Ale was previously made in Burton-upon-Trent, a place with
some of the hardest water in the world. Now, for the US
market at least, it is made in upstate New York, a place
with some of the softest water in the world.

Cider? Well, you can put it in a beer glass, but that
doesn't make it beer...

If you want something done right, you gotta do it yourself.
http://www.davehennessey.com/brewery/index.html


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Is cider considered to be beer in America?