Mick Harper wrote:I used to work for Whitbread
Mick Harper wrote:As I say, we just don't know.
Mick Harper wrote:I think you mean you don't know
No, I said I don't know.
Middle-aged moderate drinkers are significantly less likely to develop dementia than teetotallers, a study has found. The research, published in the BMJ, found that those drinking up to four and a half bottles of wine a week — three times the guidelines — were at lower risk of developing the disease than those who abstained.
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/mode ... -n3npbplv0
The amount of alcohol sold in the UK is about twice the amount that people claim to drink, so unless we throw away a huge amount of booze, it is certain that people either forget about how much they drink or they deliberately lie to researchers. In either case, we can assume that the people who say they consume two drinks a day are probably consuming three or four drinks, in which case the amount that you have to drink to assume the same level of risk as a non-drinker is even more than this graph suggests.
https://health.spectator.co.uk/the-grea ... -drinking/
Ales of the Trail
North Downs Way Ales Of The Trail Beer Passport
The North Downs Way National Trail has teamed up with local breweries in Kent, Medway, and Surrey to create an “Ale Trail” for walkers to explore along the route.
How does it work?
Each brewery has dedicated an “Ale of The Trail” to become an official beer of the North Downs Way. Most ales have a link to the trail either through name, local ingredients or links to military or cultural heritage. All breweries involved make a contribution to the upkeep of the trail to help us keep the route in top shape; maintain signage, keep pathways clear, so each pint sold contributes towards the upkeep of the trail.
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