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Fact of the Day
Beer is the second most popular beverage in the world, right after tea.

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Joke of Today

A man walks into a bar...
A man walks into a bar, orders a beer, finishes it in one gulp, then looks into his pocket.

He does this over and over again.

Finally, the bartender asks why he keeps gulping down the beer and afterwards look into his pocket.

The man responds: 'I have a picture of my wife in there and when she starts to look good then I'll go home.'

Last Added Beers

Bishop's Tipple, England
Swordfish, England
6X Gold, England
Horizon, England
Henry's IPA, England
Wadworth 6X, England
Golden Thread, England
Hop Twister, England
Lemon Dream, England
Darwins Origin, England

Today's Beer

Wadworth 6X from England

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