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And it wasn't intended to provide potable water; it was intended to provide an alcoholic beverage which was robust enough to survive the trip without going off.Hops is a strange plant. Hops is an antibacterial, which is why the high level of hops was used in British ales sent on the long trip to India. It can also cause hyperthermia in dogs if they were to eat the flowers. I have been making beer for many years and I also grow a couple of varieties of hops.
Some web info is suggesting there are hops in ale, beer and lager and I'm quite prepared to believe the order isActually I think beer is a general category. IOW if you said give me any kind of beer at a bar, you might get an ale, a lager, a porter, a bock, a pilsner....
ale > beer > lager.
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