Dirty Bastard. Unfiltered beer for unfiltered people.

Dirty Bastard

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Dirty Bastard. Unfiltered beer for unfiltered people

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Alcohol, acetaldehyde and acetic acid

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Recent investigations have suggested that acetaldehyde may be responsible for the development of alcohol addiction. Acetaldehyde in the brain may inhibit enzymes designed to convert certain nerve transmitters from aldehydes to acids. The nerve transmitters that accumulate may then react with the acetaldehyde to form compounds which are startlingly similar to certain morphine-type compounds.

http://www.elmhurst.edu/~chm/vchembook/642alcoholmet.html

Alcohol and your liver

Alcohol is toxic to your liver, and if you drink heavily over a long period of time you can experience cirrhosis of the liver and death. Heavy drinkers over the long-term can also impair their liver’s ability to actuate vitamins, which contributes to the malnutrition often suffered by long-term alcoholics

Source; Fitday.com