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There aren’t many beers that are based on a scientific theory. Reasonable Paradox is one of the beers that were created on the basis of such a theory and also acts as the perfect refreshment for hot brains trying to crack the drinker’s paradox on which beer is based.
The Drinker’s Paradox is a scientific principle that formalizes a simple observation of everyday behavior through classical predicate logic and checks it for its truthfulness and the potential possibility of generalization. The author of the Drinker’s Paradox is the mathematician Raymond Smullyan, who found out over a bottle of beer in the pub that if one person drinks, everyone else drinks too. This theorem can be checked by various complex approaches and has been laid down in a mathematical formula. Is your head already smoking?
If so, we recommend a cool Reasonable Paradox: The Double Dry Hopped New England Double India Pale Ale may have a long, complicated-sounding description, but it is wonderfully easy and tasty to drink. The fine DIPA is full to the brim with strong hop notes that combine to form a refreshing fruit bomb. Tropical aromas of mango, pineapple and passion fruit meet tangy citrus notes that taste like orange, tangerine and lemon. A hint of malt and a crunchy hop bitterness round off the enjoyment of the beer.
Water, barley malt, oat flakes, hops & yeast