June 11, 2007
-- by Dave Johnson
Culturekitchen has a photoessay on Bush's "stomach ailment" in Germany the other day. See The Heiligendamm Hangover | culturekitchen.
Can anyone read the label on that beer, to see if it s a non-alcoholic brand?
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I read an unconfirmed report that it was a 0.5% alcohol brand. Which is still 0.5% too much for a recovering alcoholic. For them, the standard is 0.0% alcohol, forever.
Posted by: Charles at June 11, 2007 10:33 AM
Buckler beer (at least that's my guess as to what the label says) - non-alcoholic German beer by Heineken... 0.5% or less (except that, apparently at one point, the manufacturing process went awry and the alcohol percentage was far higher... that was in Japan though, a couple years back).
Medoubts this president would let himself be photographed with a beer if it were non-alcoholic... in fact, he might deliberately let himself be photographed with a non-alcoholic beer to "disprove" rumors.
Posted by: Thomas Leavitt at June 13, 2007 1:26 AM
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