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 umbrella11 months ago
is there a real connection, or is that all BS?
by Karen Wilton7 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...
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