Health Benefits of Beer
I’m not saying you should drink beer every day, but it has some health benefits, so there’s no need to avoid drinking. People who drank a pint of beer per night have the same life expectancy as non-drinkers, and drinkers also live longer than those who do other drugs like cocaine, heroin, or alcohol. Beer is low in calories, which means people can enjoy their favorite beverage without worrying about getting fat from too much exposure to junk food. They don’t feel deprived with beers instead of sugary sodas because neither contain sugar at all.
Beer is more than just a tasty beverage; it can also be good for your health. While alcoholic drinks, in general, have been shown to increase the risk of many diseases, such as cancer and cardiovascular disease, moderate amounts of beer have been found to decrease this risk by up to 37%. The key lies within its ingredients: hops are rich sources of polyphenols – antioxidants that help fight off free radicals (unstable molecules) responsible for cell damage throughout our bodies. Polyphenol levels vary depending on which grains they come from but typically range between 100-250 mg per liter, with maltose providing exceptionally high antioxidant activity due mainly because only yeast breaks down these sugars during fermentation – leaving plenty behind after processing!
Beer facts you didn’t know | Beer Trivia
- Beer trivia: favorite beers of celebrities, actors, and musicians. Who does what? What are their favorites? Did they invent a beer, or did they like it enough to mention it in interviews? Here’s some interesting trivia about the drinks that rock stars love. Some brewers have even named beers after their favorite musicians.
- Beer trivia: Brewery Ommegang Brewing Company partnered with HBO to release a series of ales inspired by characters and themes from Game Of Thrones: Iron Throne Blonde Ale, Take The Black Stout (a coffee stout), Fire & Blood Red Ale (with a spicy red pepper addition). Then there’s the beer that made the news: Rolling Stone magazine reports that a Rogue Brewing Company in Oregon, USA, recently released Dead Guy Ale. The label features an image of metal singer and guitarist ‘Papa’ Hetfield.
- Did you know that beer has been around for over 9,000 years? Let’s talk about some fun facts.Beer was first discovered by accident in Mesopotamia when people noticed the water had turned into a drinkable substance after leaving their grains out overnight.
This fact is interesting because it reveals how long ago this beverage existed and where the discovery occurred! It also tells us why it exists now – to get drunk, which can be inferred from the following sentence of information: “The ancient Sumerians are still believed to have brewed one of the world’s oldest beers.” In addition, we learn whether or not drinking alcohol is safe (in moderation) as well as what kinds exist (“Various drinks like mead were developed all over the world in history”).
- Beer is mentioned at least twice in religious text. The Koran references a drink called “bur,” while, according to Exodus: 22:29 of the Bible, it is forbidden for priests to drink alcohol during their service. These facts tell us that religion and drinking have an exciting relationship – whether or not they are allowed to do so.