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Unconscious Motives and Beer

jonkyo | Dec 18, 201402:29 PM     28

What are the unconscious motives that are at work in determining what beer one chooses?

I for one, had turned my nose up at Craft beer due to experiences in bars that serve the stuff.

I have yet to consult psychoanalysis as to why I find Port Jeff and Bronx Pale Ale to be so good.

Out of a can and sipping these beers, brought the flavor and color of the beers, to all necessary regions of my tongue.

I have since had ACBC. Lower East Side. If there is any unconscious motive to liking this, I have not a clue.

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