Why Philosophy and Beer Don't Mix

UC-Santa Barbara students start a beer appreciation club where the goal is to wax poetic about the bubbly brew.

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Besides finding kindred spirits, there apparently is at least one other great reason to start a beer appreciation club: To wax poetic about the bubbly brew. The Daily Nexus offers some potable quotables from the founder of The Beer Necessities at UC-Santa Barbara.

When his landlord informed him of flooding beneath the beer club founder's apartment during a home brewing experiment: "I shoved the door in his face and I took care of that problem, because obviously the beer is more important than the people downstairs."

On Natty Ice etiquette: "Serve Natty Ice to people you don't care about."

And lastly, his nondiscrimination policy: "There is no such thing as bad beer."