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People love coffee, beer for buzz, not taste: Study

The study highlights important behaviour-reward components to beverage choice and adds to our understanding of the link between genetics and beverage consumption - and the potential barriers to intervening in people's diets, she said.

Driving us to drink

After giving stiff competition to stand-up comics, Donald Trump is determined to put editorial-writers out of business.


Like to drink beer? You have women to thank for it

Beer historian Jane Peyton claims that ancient Mesopotamian women were the first to develop, sell, and even drink beer. It is also believed that beer propelled the shift from Paleolithic civilization to Neolithic way of living.

Humans brewed beer over 13,000 years ago: study

Beer brewing may have been, at least in part, an underlying motivation to cultivate cereals in the southern Levant, supporting the beer hypothesis proposed by archaeologists more than 60 years ago.

International Beer Day 2018: Give a twist to these delicacies with a dash of beer

August 3 is now celebrated as International Beer Day. An occasional beer bottle is always welcome during certain celebrations with friends and so, here are some recipes you can try at home.

Microbreweries: How did making beer for a living become a legit career option?

India's microbrewery founders open about the charm and challenges of making it in the beer brewing business.


Know your beer: How not to get knocked down by the wide variety of beers in India

#InternationalBeerDay: The difference between types of beer can be distinguished by it's fermentation process and type of yeast used in it. From lagers to wheat beers to pale ales and sour ales – name it and it can be yours.

Carlsberg planning on IPO for Indian operations as domestic beer market to grow to $10.7 bn by 2020

Carlsberg started operations in 2007 in India, where it sells five types of beer under the Carlsberg and Tuborg brands, according to its website.

Alcohol spirits like gin, rum are mood dampners; beer, wine help relax: Study

Gin and other spirits are a more disturbing influence than beer and wine, says a study.

New probiotic beer boosts immunity, improves gut health

The new beer created by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS), incorporates the probiotic strain Lactobacillus paracasei L26, which was first isolated from human intestines and has the ability to neutralise toxins and viruses, as well as regulate the immune system.