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  1. Introduction
  2. Reason to Listen
  3. Credibility statement
  4. Transition
  5. Social effects
  6. Conclusion

Attention getter: Beer has existed for a long time. Ian Spencer Hornsey proposes that the discovery of beer was driven by the desire to experiment with different tastes of drink because drinking is more important than food for man. He proposes that the discovery of beer was not localized and it was discovered by many different people in the prehistoric times. For example, he writes that fermented fruit is likely to have been the first mode of fermented drink.

Reason to Listen: Beer is very popular in contemporary times. In addition, it has been blamed for social problems, especially be religious institutions. Naturally, people would want to know its origin and cultural significance. Thesis statement: From the past to the present, drinking beer continues to be a source of pleasure as well as social problems to the society

[...] The earliest accounts of alcoholic drinking are found in the biblical scriptures. There is a detailed account of Noah making a fermented drink from grapes. In fact, the problems associated with alcohol started in these times. For example, the bible gives a detailed account of Noah, otherwise portrayed as a respectable man, losing his composure and posing naked His son Shem was cursed for laughing at him. A popular myth is that the initial perceived inferiority of the black man started from this point because Shem was dark skinned. [...]


[...] In contemporary times, these historical issues persist. For example, the ban on beer was inspired by its negative influence in the society. Though the economic attributes later overthrew this ban, it still represents a case for the negative effects on society After the realization that a ban was not the solution, there are other strategies to reduce beer consumption. In addition, the rise of medicine has demonstrated that alcohol inflicts negative effects on users and has therefore played a role in the anti- beer movements. [...]


[...] Introduction a. Attention getter: Beer has existed for a long time. Ian Spencer Hornsey proposes that the discovery of beer was driven by the desire to experiment with different tastes of drink because drinking is more important than food for man. He proposes that the discovery of beer was not localized and it was discovered by many different people in the prehistoric times. For example, he writes that fermented fruit is likely to have been the first mode of fermented drink. [...]

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