How to get buzzed, in both senses of the word? Coffee-flavoured beer. According to a piece in the Boston Globe, "some of the hottest names among connoisseurs of both products are joining forces." This means coffee-flavoured beers and even beer-flavoured coffee are entering the marketplace faster than ever before. This has raised some concern — because it means mixing a stimulant and a depressant in the same glass.
Getting the caffeine buzz along with the alcohol buzz is is like taking vitamins and sleeping pills at the same time? Funny combination
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I'm a little bit of a beer geek and do enjoy some beers - stouts and porters from various craft breweries - that have coffee in them. I don't know that I've ever felt a buzz off of the coffee; the beer, maybe! I suspect there's so little coffee/caffeine per beer that it doesn't amount to much. I could be wrong though.
by the pink umbrella6 years ago
is there a real connection, or is that all BS?
by Karen Wilton6 years ago
When I was younger it didn't seem to matter when I drank coffee. I could happily enjoy a cup after the evening meal. Now it seems any caffiene after three o'clock in the afternoon and I'm wide eyed and bushy tailed well...
by sarovai4 years ago
Which is advisable? Taking cofee or tea after food or before food? which is mostly recommeded or practised?
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