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Discussion in 'Beer News & Releases' started by Todd, Oct 31, 2019.
I don't know about those findings in Munich. With all of the Boston baked beans that are likely consumed in Boston, there has to be a fair amount of gas released, and probably year-round.
I’ve lived here all my life and I’m not sure I’ve ever had Boston baked beans.
Sounds like a headline from The Onion.
Malty beer farts Batman! Several tents floated to Belgium, but the locals spoke only French and were completely spooked by the stinky German aviators. No one would get near them.
How exactly did they measure all of that methane?!?
It’s all the cooked cabbage!!
I always suspected German beer made you gassy, but I still don't quite know why. Ingredients? Brewing methods that trap or produce a lot of gas? Their beer is less carbonated than in the States, too.
I think the beer's carbonation produces gas going upward, but the yeast produces the gas going downward. And it seems to me like hefe yeast is worse than other yeasts.
I know there is a connection with Hefe yeast and processes in the digestive system, but I find that even lager has the same issue going on. It might also just be the food that goes with the beer, though.
Lactose in beer also produces gas down below. Many people are lactose-intolerant with that as a side effect.