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gph 12:12 Sat Sep 26
Crayfish, defenders of beer
The Czech Protivin brewery uses crayfish to defend the quality of its beer.

The crayfish live in a tank containing the same water as is used to make the beer. They carry sensors to measure any distress they may feel if the water quality changes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yccOcXSSBkw

But does it work? Anyone tried their beer (which seems to be strong lager 10%/11%)?

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chevy chase 2:59 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
God. Tennents super & Super Kestral. Drinking that with mates before going out as a 16 year old as we were skint. That stuff was like medicine you didn’t want but had to have. Also a drink called Thunderbird. Not a beer though but gave you the confidence to approach a Minga in a club.

gph 2:04 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Declan Rice.

Anyone only has to say those words to make Vexed look an idiot.

And it's all his own doing.

*mugging themselves off* arf.

White Pony 1:35 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Oh dear. What was obviously intended as a twee Last of the Summer Wine type nightshift thread has been given a strong dose of unwelcome dayshift.

The result is like watching some spastics throw crayfish at each other.

Vexed 1:27 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
I don't think I've seen anyone react as badly to mugging themselves off as you have here geep. Tragic stuff.

gph 12:18 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Crayfish aren't tolerant to pollution. That's a fact.

Oh, but you were only making a hilarious joke...

Tell us the one about Declan Rice being unable to play as a defensive midfielder.

BRANDED 12:15 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
The water defined the beer. Burton’s well is high in minerals that make hoppy beers taste great. Pilsner water is very low in salts and as a result produces great soft light beers.

Init.

Vexed 12:13 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
There are no winners on WHO pal.

Especially not the bloke that hasn't understood anything on his own fucking thread.

gph 12:10 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
If you're losing, pick out a random insult.

That always works.

Vexed 12:05 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
You sound like a woman scorned son.

gph 12:00 Mon Sep 28
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Vexed vs Branded

Vexed loses. Clearly, Branded didn't mean H2O per se, but H2O with the various impurities specific to the source, which give the beer much of its character.

That's a great achievement.

Perhaps Vexed can lose to Block next.

Vexed 10:26 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Water is the key ingredient of beer. Amazing insight.

WHO is a goldmine.

BRANDED 8:47 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
There are literally hundreds of great strong british beers from light to imperial stouts.
Water is a key ingredient of beer making and good soft water is crucial to make good lagers.

Vexed 8:25 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
I think that was a joke too, you Asperger's car crash.

gph 7:48 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
No reason why the water in a GLASS bottle should become unhealthy, although the use-by date helps the manufacturer manage stock and trace the source of problems if something goes wrong.

Plastic bottles may leach chemicals into the water after they reach a certain age - it's not known that they do, but it's not known that they don't. Better safe than sorry from the consumers' viewpoint, better safe than sued from the manufacturers'.

Gaffer58 7:21 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Talking of water, when I buy a bottle of spring water that had taken 10,000 years to filter through some rocks, 2hy does it then have a used by date on it?

yngwies Cat 1:37 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Sorry , but bollocks.

Vexed 1:27 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
CHOMP CHOMP

gph 1:16 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Tip: make it funny next time.

Vexed 1:05 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Funnily enough I was joking about the crayfish shit. I'll make it a bit more obvious for you autistic types next time.

Fucking hell.

gph 12:20 Sun Sep 27
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
Er, the water's from the same source, it isn't actually put into the beer afterwards. Despite the literal meaning of what I said.

Forgot that WHO is autism central.

Vexed 9:46 Sat Sep 26
Re: Crayfish, defenders of beer
That water is going to have to be pretty rank for crayfish to complain about it. As a result I'd probably swerve that beer. Not to mention the crayfish shit that'll be knocking about in there.

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