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I did enjoy beer in England, although it did take me a couple. I had a beer on the way home at Dullis and noticed a big difference. That one beer made me so full I could hardly walk. In London I never felt that way after a beer. So I have come up with this:

The lower carbonation allows you to have as much beer as you want. I believe there is no limit. You can drink as much as you want. My only regret is that it took me almost 46 years to discover this fact.

I now pour my beer(s) into a glass from about 24 inches above and that seems to do the trick.

"Beer is living proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy."

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