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Scorching Heat in Rajasthan Has Pushed the Sale of Beer to a Record High

...f barley which is considered as cooling is used to brew the beer and this is drought beer. It does not have glycerine and its very light. In the morning, you do not feel bad. You feel fresh. That is why we like beer in the summer," said Yogesh, a customer. During this season, around rupees 450 crores w...

Adding Milk to Black Tea Wont Ruin Its Antioxidant Effects

...ilar levels. They also found that the longer the brew time, the greater the concentration of polyphenol compounds in the tea. "Infusion time certainly makes a difference," said Garry Duthrie from the Rowett Research Institute in Aberdeen, who was part of the research team. But, a Simon Langley-Evan...

Japanese 'bilk' the Cow for Beer

...fruity and has a distinctive aftertaste. The new brew will be sold in small 0.33 litre bottles, and will cost about 380 yen (about $3). Source-IANS...

'Gender-Benders': Sports and Sex Determination

... to participate. It was then that trouble began to brew and, querries were raised challenging the feminity of some of the most successful female athletes especially from Eastern Europe and the USSR. It was believed that in order to win, male athletes, or athletes who were intersex, masqueraded as females....

Caffeine not really 'filtered' out of decaf coffee

...up which is very minute in comparison to a strong brew of regular coffee which has an equivalent of about 188mg of caffeine per cup.br> Goldberger warns that even this minute percentage of caffeine should not be brushed off lightly as it may trigger off unwanted complications in persons suffering fr...

Nepal Uncorks 'Herbal Wine'

...first tasted raksi - Nepal's strong-smelling local brew with a kick - at the age of 10. Since then, he has acquired familiarity with the different concoctions brewed by different communities, each with its unique flavour, ingredients and way of drinking. In the 1970s, he went to Britain to study about b...

Doctors worried about Homeopathic licensing

...ge London said: "This is like licensing a witches' brew as a medicine so long as the bat wings are sterile." However, Penny Viner of the British Association of Homeopathic Manufacturers feels that this scheme would promote growth in the range of products on the market and would improve customers’ knowle...

Aussie Nobel Prize Winners Receive Their Awards

... this point Professor Marshall drank a very potent brew containing the helicobacter pylori bacterium. Subsequently, he became very ill, but proved this point that ulcers are caused by bacteria. Professor Marshall became very famous for offering himself as a guinea pig. However, their discovery means that...

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