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Old 10-01-2012, 06:59 PM   #3
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The energy used to warm it up is negligible, at best. But who the hell sits back to enjoy hot water in a cup. Coffe or tea is one thing, but just a glass of 150 degree plain water? That just sounds awful.

And as for warm beer; there is a saying.. "Real men drink real ale." Real ale is also called cask ale, fermented and served right out of the cask, served room temp warm. I can only agree on a few beers that can be warm-ish, the rest have to be between 35-45 degrees. I keep my kegs at about 40 degrees.
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