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  • Very Social And Pleasant Person
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    Intoxication isn't necessarily a negative thing, but rather a pleasant as well as popular state of being. An intoxicated person can be a "good drunk" or a "bad drunk". If the drinker consumes the right amount of alcohol he / she will have no unpleasant after-affects. When intoxicated, a person can be a very social and pleasant person, and it also decreases one's shyness towards the opposite sex. Beer and other intoxicating beverages are a good thing if used in moderation. When intoxicated, a per...
  • Drinks Alcohol
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    Alcohol Effects The thin bottle freezes my fingers. I slowly tilt my head and bottle back simultaneously and take three deep gulps of the ice cold liquid. It tingles on my tongue on route to the back of my throat, and refreshes me. Leaning my head back into its natural position, I gaze at the label fixed on the clear, glass bottle: Budweiser. Then, I notice the statement at the top of the bottle: This is the famous Budweiser beer. We know of no brand produced by any other brewer which costs so m...
  • Full Flavor Beer
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    There are always two sides to every argument. While both sides of any argument generally hold some truths, somewhere in the middle is where each side must meet, if only to agree to disagree. what it really comes down to is the perspective of the individual. The following perspective on this subject of light beer versus full flavor beer is an on-going argument that all beer drinkers have taken part in at one time or another. Once the truth had been discovered about light beer in this age of stayi...
  • Friends Drink Light Beer
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    A chemistry teacher wanted to teach his 9th grade class a lesson about the evils of liquor, so he produced an experiment that involved a glass of water, a glass of whiskey, and two worms. 'Now, class, observe the worms closely,' he said, putting a worm first into the water. The worm in the water writhed about, happy as a worm in water could be. The second worm he put into the whiskey. It writhed painfully, and quickly sank to the bottom, dead as a doornail. 'Now, what lesson can we derive from t...
  • Japanese Beer
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    Beer was first mentioned in Japan in an historical record written in 1724 as a drink which came from the Netherlands. However, beer was not introduced to the Japanese public until the Meiji period. During the Meiji period (1868-1912), beer was first introduced to the Japanese public under the influence of the Western culture. It is said that the Spring Valley Brewery in Yokohama, established by William Copeland from the United States, was the first brewery in Japan. In 1876, Sapporo Brewing, the...
  • Few Hours At The Party
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    Melissa Agel After around two hours in a bar the way I carry myself is definitely different from the time I walked in. I've never considered myself much of a drinker, especially before I came to college. I had never appreciated the way beer had tasted, or it could have been only because I was exposed to some of the more disgusting ones. When I lived in my hometown only a few months earlier I attended tons of parties. Most of them were always hosted by the fellow alcoholic teenagers, and supplied...
  • Character's Alcoholism
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    The belief of most of the Unites States used to be that alcoholics were mean spirited, good-for-nothing, lazy, wretched men who liked to fight frequently and swear in excess. With the stereotypical television drunkard being homeless, a gambler, or just a plain loser, this myth was perpetuated. The myth was perpetuated until Cheers came along. It gives unrealistic portrayals of alcoholics in politically correct and friendly ways. The alcoholics never hurt anyone or say anything offensive in the C...
  • Drink Bud Light
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    When I was growing up, I never understood how influential advertising company could be. It wasn't until I left the military that I realized that my best of friends and I were influenced by the Bud Light advertising world. Bud light played its way into my life from high school and through out my Naval career. If you ever wondered if advertising actually works, then your reading the write essay. My friends and I was the victim of the advertising company of Bud Light. I will give you living proof t...
  • Ads Beer Companies
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    Every time you turn on the television you are more than likely to come across a beer commercial. Beer commercials "show how much fun it is to drink and how popular it makes you' (Monroe, 2). The ads depict young, beautiful people partying and having a good time, but is this truly what happens when you consume alcohol? By drinking alcohol, will you be transported to a wonderful world of beautiful women and good times? The ads beer companies produce try to make the consumer believe that what happe...
  • 1 In 6 Students
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    Alcohol – Speech Outline Alcohol – Speech Outline Essay, Research Paper Outline for Informative Speech I. Introduction: Do you remember the Notre Dame football game this past season?? Well I do sorta. I was at the game and all? I even participated in the vandalism that went on before the game even ended. I know my intentions for that game were to 1) watch Pitt lose again, 2) get pretty drunk because I had a good feeling that Pitt would screw it up again, and 3) have fun at our party ...
  • Traditional Alcoholic Drinks Of Beer And Wine
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    Beer: Production History And Consumption Essay, Research Beer: Production History And Consumption The first and most important step in brewing is cleanliness. Brewing is ninety percent janitorial, said Frederick Bowman, founder of Portland Brewing. (Bowman) The first step in the actual brewing process is malting. Malting is what is done to the barley to prepare it for brewing. The steps of the malting process release the starches that are contained in the barley, while minimizing haze and off-fl...

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