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Are there any styles that make you nauseous?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by SummitSeries72, May 25, 2013.

  1. krl2112

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    I don't get naseous but when I drink sours like Cantillon or 3F I get really painful heartburn.
     
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    It usually passes after ur first trimester.
    Good luck
     
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    I know it's not technically a beer, but meads get me. I love honey, but make a mead out of it, and I get SICK!
     
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    Trying to think what about ESBs might set you off. Some people are extra-sensitive to diacetyl, but usually that just gives the beer an off-putting butteriness. Otherwise it'd be the yeast or the hops or, you know, the alcohol. So I guess that doesn't narrow it down.
     
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    Gangnam style does. :eek:

    As far as beer goes, I'm not really diggin' the cream ales.
     
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    Anything barrel aged turns my stomach; I had a bad night drinking whiskey with some Russians a couple years back. Just the smell make me dry heave.
     
  7. Stugotzo

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    That was probably your first mistake. You drink whiskey with Irishmen. You drink vodka with Russians. Live and learn.;)
     
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    The lesson here is not to try to drink with Russians, ет, спасибо!!
     
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    anyone who proclaims they only drink IPAs or Barrel Aged Stouts makes me nauseous.
     
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    No, but if I drink too many sours I get acid reflux all night.
     
  11. BigJim5021

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    Actually, He'Brew's Funky Jewbelation has got me feeling a little... funky (sorry). It wasn't a bad beer but my stomach is definitely pretty squidgy.
     
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    There are certain DIPA's that does wonders on me way of nasty headaches and general nauseousness where I need to sit down and not do anything. Last time was when I had a glass of Enjoy By at Stone in Pasadena. I had to sit down on the bench for good hour before I headed home.
     
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