Monday, October 18, 2004

NewsClip: In the latest beer news ...

"Bottles of Newcastle Brown Ale are to carry health warnings similar to those printed on packets of cigarettes. The labels will tell drinkers how many units of alcohol a can or bottle contains -- typically about two units for a can of lager. "

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Hat tip to FARK.

Sounds like the Brits are following America's lame, dour example. Why can't we get real, useful warnings on our beer -- "she's not as attractive as you think she is right now" or "don't eat the big white mint" or "if you can still read this label, you haven't had enough to drink yet?"

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