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Is Beer Good for You? 5 Scientific Explanations


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Their goal is to improve people’s beer consumption by providing high-quality, locally sourced craft beer more accessible (and inexpensive) than ever before. Now the question is, how?

Let’s not pretend: being a brewer isn’t easy. Those driving the craft beer revolution aren’t doing it for the money; they’re doing it because they have a genuine love for making and drinking excellent beer. For instance, the United Kingdom now has more breweries than ever before, but fewer people are really consuming beer.

Why are Pale Ales so popular?

Pale Ales have long been a popular style of beer, thanks to their well-balanced flavor and moderate alcohol content. While there are many different types of Pale Ale, they all share a few key characteristics. Most notably, Pale Ales are brewed with pale malt, which gives the beer its light color. This malt also provides a subtle sweetness that is offset by the hops, resulting in a beer that is both flavorful and easy to drink.

In addition, Pale Ales typically have a lower alcohol content than other styles of beer, making them a perfect choice for a casual afternoon drink. With their combination of flavor and refreshment, it’s no wonder that Pale Ales have remained one of the most popular styles of beer for centuries.

Why is it called pale ale?

Pale ale is a type of beer that gets its name from the use of pale malt. Pale malt is made from lightly kilned barley, which gives it a light color. The first recorded use of the term “pale ale” was in 1703, when a London brewer named Ralph Harwood used it to describe his light-colored beer.

Prior to that, most beers were dark due to the use of heavily roasted malts. The popularity of pale ale soon spread, and by the early 1800s, pale ales were being exported from England to India. Today, pale ales are brewed all over the world and come in a variety of styles, from the hoppy American pale ales to the malty English bitters.

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5 scientific reasons why drinking beer is good for you

1. It keeps your heart healthy

Beer may be just as heart-healthy as wine in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, despite the common perception that wine drinking is the boozy pastime associated with this benefit. Studies show that compared to non-drinkers, those who drink beer in moderation have a 42% lower risk of cardiovascular disease. However, it’s important to note that the study authors recommend limiting alcohol consumption to just one pint per day, or about 5% of total volume.

2. It can make you live longer

Researchers at Virginia Tech found that compared to people who never drank alcohol, regular, moderate beer drinkers had a 19% lower risk of dying during the study period. You know, that’s reason enough to raise a glass to your health.

3. It can get your creative juices flowing

You know you’ve had a good pint when you’ve come up with some of your most insightful ideas. A couple of beers, according to a study published in the journal Consciousness and Cognition, can help the creative juices flow. In a study with 40 men, those with a blood alcohol content of.075 were a few seconds faster at solving verbal puzzles while watching a movie than those who were sober.

4. It can protect you from Alzhiemer’s

A compound in hops used to flavour beer called Xanthohumol has been shown to protect the brain against degenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, despite causing temporary memory loss during consumption.

5. It can give you stronger bones

Do you have moral objections to purchasing a gallon of milk? Beer’s high silicon content was linked to increased bone density in a 2009 study.

Why We Choose Flavourly?

At Flavourly, they believe in making good food easy to find and even easier to enjoy. We work with the best small-batch food and drink makers from across the UK to bring you a monthly box of deliciousness. They team of expert curators choose a selection of exciting new products for you to try, so you can explore new flavours and find your next favourite food or drink.

Plus, we give you all the information you need to know about each product and maker, so you can make informed choices about what you buy. Whether you’re looking for a unique gift or simply want to treat yourself, Flavourly is the perfect way to discover the best that UK food and drink has to offer.

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