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Old 06-10-2019, 09:39 AM   #71
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Pouring the beer into a glass releases carbon dioxide. If you drink from the can or bottle, you swallow that carbon dioxide, giving you that bloated feeling after consuming six or seven beers.
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Pouring the beer into a glass releases carbon dioxide. If you drink from the can or bottle, you swallow that carbon dioxide, giving you that bloated feeling after consuming six or seven beers.
Hi: Glenn Baglo... Row, row your bloat gently down the stream!!! I found out that what kills beer is light... not temp. I'll use cans in that case!!!
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Pouring the beer into a glass releases carbon dioxide. If you drink from the can or bottle, you swallow that carbon dioxide, giving you that bloated feeling after consuming six or seven beers.
I wouldn't know, i would be drunk after 6 or 7
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Jim, interesting comment. Why does Coca Cola taste better when poured out of a can, rather than drinking directly from a can? Same for beer.
Well, I can't talk on the pop part as I don't drink it, but with beer you do get that nice frothy head and you don't have to drink from the wicked tasting can. I will drink from the can if needed, just much prefer not to.

I don't worry a bit about the light as even if it is still day time, the beer is still gone before it can be affected.
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speaking of beer and camping...

we were at REI a week before we left on our recent trip to Utah, and they had Yeti drinking tumblers and stuff on a pretty good sale, so my wife got a pair of the Yeti 20Oz Tumbler. I would have thought silly overpriced etc, but in fact, this tumlber kept coffee warmer longer than our previous Contigo brand motor mugs, AND with a quick rinse, the coffee smell was gone, pour a 12OZ beer into the 20OZ cup, and the beer stayed cold til the last sip, then a quick rinse and the beer smell was gone, good for the next mornings coffee. We were both really impressed (ok, my wife was making Gin and Tonics in hers rather than beer, but still....). only down side, they aren't leak proof, even if you close the magnetic 'sip' lid, they will dribble if tipped. still, you wouldn't want to have beer in a sealed container or it would spray when you open it to sip.
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