Friday, May 07, 2004

Tufts U researchers: Beer is good for you 

I knew it!

Note: The article specifically says "beer." So if you find yourself reaching for a Bud Light after reading this, don't. The article says "beer." "Beer" does not mean fizzy, yellow, adjunct-laced swill made with questionable methods. It means REAL BEER. From the article itself:

And a recent study found the antioxidants present in dark beer help prevent clogged arteries, which should reduce the risk of heart disease.
See? DARK beer. Not only does it actually taste like something, it is good for you. Which means that a couple of homebrewers I know are all set, since everything they make turns out dark, whether they intended it or not.
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