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The effect of "beer goggles" should not be used as an excuse for men getting a woman's age wrong, a study suggests.


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Bronze Age Irishmen were as fond of their beer as their 21st century counterparts, it has been claimed.


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Scientists believe they have worked out a formula to calculate how "beer goggles" affect a drinker's vision.


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The expert on identifying traces of alcohol in prehistoric sites reckons the thirst for a brew was enough of an incentive to start growing crops.


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It’s enough to make beer drinkers cry into their pints. A combination of factors, including rapid population growth, expanding food needs and unpredictable weather patterns, is heralding a global water crisis. Chronic water shortages are already hitting many regions, particularly in developing countries. Industry, which accounts for about 22 per cent of global fresh water consumption, is increasingly concerned about what will happen when...


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Scientists have developed a way to convert urine in to a renewable energy source.


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Archaeologists have uncovered evidence that the occupants of southeastern France were brewing beer during the Iron Age, some 2,500 years ago.


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