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Booze and Battlefield

Alcohol has been consumed and produced by humans for at least 7,000 years and recent theories suggest it may have actually pre-dated modern humans. The fantastically named ‘drunken monkey theory’, suggests that early humans left the trees to find and eat fermenting fruits on the ground, and that those with a better nose for the ethanol inside them survived longer and mated more, and thus our love of alcohol was hardwired into our brain.




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