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    Is this the beer that really refreshes the parts other beers cannot reach

    Is this the beer that really refreshes the parts other beers cannot reach
    By Roya Nikkhah and Gareth Bethell
    (Filed: 28/11/2004)

    It is the news to cheer drinkers everywhere: beer could make you feel healthier and look younger.

    The Neuzelle Kloster Brewery, a 400-year-old company in eastern Germany, says that its latest beer is enriched with ingredients that maintain good health and slow down the ageing process.


    Anti Aging bier label
    The drink, labelled on the bottle in a bizarre mixture of English and German as "Anti Ageing Bier", has been developed by adding hot spring mineral water, algae and antioxidants to the traditional ingredients of beer - water, hops, yeast and barley, resulting in an ale that is rich in vitamins and minerals.

    Stefan Fritsche, the managing director of the brewery in north-east Germany, said that he hoped that the beer would encourage people to lead healthier lives.

    "We consulted several different laboratories and doctors to find out what ingredients we could add to beer to make it healthier," he said.

    "Our customers, particularly the women, keep asking me how many beers they should drink to look young. We can't promise that the beer will turn back the wheel of time, but the key to feeling young and healthy is having a healthy lifestyle. Now, if people want to have a drink, they can choose a healthy option."

    The dark beer, which according to Mr Fritsche, tastes like "malt beer", contains 4.8 per cent alcohol and carries the label: Please take care of your health and do not drink too much.

    The "healthy" ingredients include spirulina, an algae rich in protein, iron and vitamins A and D, which are added to the beer following the fermentation process, together with a concentrated liquid form of antioxidants known as flavonoids which are also found in tea, red wine and some fruits.

    http://telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jht...8/ixworld.html

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    Max, this post is in the wrong forum
    It belongs under the heading cure

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    I think the question the ladies need to ask - "How many beers does he need before I begin to look younger?"

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