Music makes beer taste better

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  1. nattaruk

    nattaruk Tele-Meister

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    Music makes beer taste better
    The music played in a bar can impact how much you enjoy your drink

    http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2016-07/f-mmb072816.php

    Their findings suggest that a range of multi-sensory information, such as sound, sensation, shape and colour, can influence the way we perceive taste.
     
  2. falcon5romeo

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    Works both ways!
     
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    Remember, the drunker you are, the better we sound.
     
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    beagle Friend of Leo's

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    No amount of beer can make some 'music' sound better.
     
  5. Georox

    Georox Friend of Leo's

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    True, but it can make some sound worse.
     
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    No amount of music can make certain beers taste better!
     
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    Especially when you have 20 or more 50somethings trying to sing born to be wild at the same time. Lol.
     
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    I know beer makes women look better. :)
     
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