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Beer And Rational Thought Are Not Well-Known As BFFs (#958)
If you stop to think about it a lot of foods are gross. Honey is bee puke and nobody complains about gross that is. Except for vegans. But vegans are always complaining about somethingorother, you eventually learn to tune them out.
I have no problem eating yeast, even if I don't know exactly what it is. It might be an animal. It might be a virus. In my mind it's like a mushroom or a nanobot that gets to eat sugar and poop everywhere before it dies. Sweet deal, I could hope for a life half that awesome! But still beer has a wobbly line in vegetarian-purity. In the brewing process they sometimes use a product called isinglass for clarification, and that comes from fish. Cute little fish with eyes and faces and moms. My stand is that I will not let my love of beer be ruined by an overly-moral diet, lest I start down the road of always complaining [see above]. Instead I am willing to remain ignorant about that part of the process, not questioning which breweries do and don't use animal product. I KNOW I could ask. I KNOW it's listed on the Internet. But please, just let me have this one?

In the original German purity laws (handed down from the Holy Roman Empire), yeast wasn't an allowed ingredient in beer. Only water, barley, and hops. But SECRET: Ancient times were absolutely filthy, and that shit was everywhere. The brewers would just leave vats of their barley wort (as it's called) out and somehow - they didn't know how - it became beer. Now-a-days we know better. It's tiny robots [see above!].

PS: JK about the vegans. They're generally nice people, but vegan pizza is terrible and you brought it on yourself. I'm sorry.

Beer And Rational Thought Are Not Well-Known As BFFs (#958)

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