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Thread: Stella

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    Re: Stella

    Quote Originally Posted by WJ99mobile View Post
    One of my neighbours works for the company that make it and he reckons that you could take the alcohol out of it and 5 pints would still make you feel a bit ill. They ramp up the chemical process at times of demand and its even worse then

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    Wasn't it once badly referred to as “wife beater" after some drunk too much and would go home and be abusive to their poor wife's ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    One of my neighbours works for the company that make it and he reckons that you could take the alcohol out of it and 5 pints would still make you feel a bit ill. They ramp up the chemical process at times of demand and its even worse then
    Itís beer. There are no chemicals in it. Sometimes youíll add an adjunct for flavour (coriander for example in a wheat beer) but in the case of Stella itís just barley, water, yeast and hops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StraightOuttaCanton View Post
    Itís beer. There are no chemicals in it. Sometimes youíll add an adjunct for flavour (coriander for example in a wheat beer) but in the case of Stella itís just barley, water, yeast and hops.
    My neighbour disagrees with you...and he's worked there for years

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    Re: Stella

    Quote Originally Posted by StraightOuttaCanton View Post
    Itís beer. There are no chemicals in it. Sometimes youíll add an adjunct for flavour (coriander for example in a wheat beer) but in the case of Stella itís just barley, water, yeast and hops.
    There are lots of chemicals in beer, including alcohol. They are the product of the complex process of yeast converting sugars to alcohol.

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    Has the alcohol content been reduced to enable it to be competitively priced since unit pricing has been introduced?

    Not as 'reassuringly expensive' as it used to be.

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    A pint of SA at 4.2% was considered seriously strong when I were a lad - I can't say I've ever been much of a fan of anything much stronger than that.

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    Re: Stella

    Quote Originally Posted by RichardM View Post
    There are lots of chemicals in beer, including alcohol. They are the product of the complex process of yeast converting sugars to alcohol.
    isn't everything made of chemicals then? you might as well complain it's full of molecules

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    I am not a fan of alcohol but even as a lad I always thought christ this stuff tastes strong , not for me , tastes like battery acid

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