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  • Qaridarium
    started a topic "How German are you?" the Sun's German Benchmark

    "How German are you?" the Sun's German Benchmark

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...man-blood.html

    Get your Beer ready dude check how German are you? with the Sun German Benchmark.

    Michael should ad this test to the phoronix benchmark ...

  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by AnonymousCoward View Post
    Yes Germany is all about healthy food. That's why there's so many McDonald's in Germany
    you mean "healthy german McDonald's " ;-)

    even our McDonald's are healthier than the American ones.

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  • AnonymousCoward
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    Germany should make ad's like this for Americans: Join the good-Germans now we have nuclear free area with green power plans and healthy food without genetic manipulation,antibiotic medicine and hormones and our high efficiency German Diesels engines burn the bad PalmOIl forcing by LAW!!!! (no joke 5-10% Biodiesel in the normal diesel) ! and only healthy oil for food : german-raps-oil,italian,spain and greek Olivia oil
    Yes Germany is all about healthy food. That's why there's so many McDonald's in Germany

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  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by 89c51 View Post
    and thats why the Belgians and Czechs make better beer


    no the point is they make the same beer but only the Germans believe they do it special and clean ,,,

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  • Nille
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    and the newest and best: old-Europe Germany kills the nuclear industries by forcing the green power all over!
    YES!
    But we export old nuclear technology .

    And about beer i drink most times Andecher monastery beer.

    http://www.andechs.de/kloster-andech...alitaeten.html


    and about the survey. don't make us germans angry
    http://www.southparkstudios.com/full...15e02-funnybot
    Last edited by Nille; 06-27-2011, 11:53 AM.

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  • 89c51
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    means you are an REAL German! because only Germans believe in brewing a BEER without Yeast!

    and thats why the Belgians and Czechs make better beer


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  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by crazycheese View Post
    American beer will fail on this.
    Food industry is controlled by one conglomerate. This conglomerate and state control office have same people assigned. GMO is in 80% of food, heavy toxic palmoil is everywhere, no natural aroma exists - 99,99% of food is based on non-natural aroma (earth oil and mushrooms, not joke), animals for food are grown on hormones. Federal reserve bank is .... *tada*.... private company.

    America is corporation. Consume consume consume.

    I miss america of 60/70, at least from stories I heard.
    american people should join europe because:the europe EZB isn't privat and genetic food is against the law for human food palmoil is mostly used in gasoline fuel for the Diesel-engines analog and imitate aroma are against the Law! hormones in food animals are against the law and antibiotic in food animals also against the law ....


    Old-Europe is the Paradise for US people...

    and the newest and best: old-Europe Germany kills the nuclear industries by forcing the green power all over!

    YES!

    Germany should make ad's like this for Americans: Join the good-Germans now we have nuclear free area with green power plans and healthy food without genetic manipulation,antibiotic medicine and hormones and our high efficiency German Diesels engines burn the bad PalmOIl forcing by LAW!!!! (no joke 5-10% Biodiesel in the normal diesel) ! and only healthy oil for food : german-raps-oil,italian,spain and greek Olivia oil

    or the hard version: even our pigs get healthier food and better medicine and health-care and more love by Government?!1111!!!1111!!1 (this part is only a joke)

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  • crazycheese
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    Only beer Brewed with the purity law (Reinheitsgebot) counted !



    Fast check your bottle for this German signature!
    American beer will fail on this.
    Food industry is controlled by one conglomerate. This conglomerate and state control office have same people assigned. GMO is in 80% of food, heavy toxic palmoil is everywhere, no natural aroma exists - 99,99% of food is based on non-natural aroma (earth oil and mushrooms, not joke), animals for food are grown on hormones. Federal reserve bank is .... *tada*.... private company.

    America is corporation. Consume consume consume.

    I miss america of 60/70, at least from stories I heard.

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  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by bridgman View Post
    My understanding was that beer brewed in compliance with the Reinheitsgebot relied on natural yeasts settling in the vats, and that the process was helped along by taking some of the remains from one batch and using it to start fermentation in the next, the same way that sour mash whiskey is produced.

    AFAIK the core issue was that the Reinheitsgebot dates back to the 1500s while yeast was not identified as a requirement until much later.
    sure thats the problem the Reinheitsgebot only work if you work very dirty by using dirty wooden barrels with yeast microfilm in it.

    But if you try to to work clean without dirtiness means without hurt the Purity Law then you just don't get beer.

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  • bridgman
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    because you have to add Yeast as a ingredient but the Purity Law do not allow Yeast.
    My understanding was that beer brewed in compliance with the Reinheitsgebot relied on natural yeasts settling in the vats, and that the process was helped along by taking some of the remains from one batch and using it to start fermentation in the next, the same way that sour mash whiskey is produced.

    AFAIK the core issue was that the Reinheitsgebot dates back to the 1500s while yeast was not identified as a requirement until much later.

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