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BrewDog vs. Brewski Manic Mango

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In 1913, in an address to the American Public Health Association at Colorado Springs, Doctor J. H. Kellog of Michigan, declared the human tree was gradually becoming insane, the birth rate continually declining, and modern science was proving instrumental in preserving weaklings, thus lowering the health average.  To come back to nature, he claimed, was the only remedy.

Earlier, in 1894, in accordance with the practices of the Seventh Day Adventists, Doctor Kellog had introduced his patented Flaked [Corn] Cereals as part of a strict vegetarian regimen for his patients at the Battle Creek Sanitarium.  Mindful that indulgences in such excitatory influences as food with any flavour could lead to moral and physical destruction, the diet he imposed consisted entirely of bland meals.  Doctor Kellog introduced his now famous Corn Flakes in hopes that they would help to reduce levels of the “self-vice” of masturbation and the less lonely vice of excessive sexual intercourse..

 

BrewDog vs. Brewski Manic Mango

BrewDog, Ellon, Scotland

ABV: 6.0%

 

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