Safe production Of Beer

By Mangrove

Based on the helpful analysis written below by our Poissones et Boissones Extreme Drug Testing Arm (WANKA)  below I have decided to help Bluering's Fighting Ales (official supplier to the 2023 Manning Point Fishing Classic) by incorporating devices from both camps in the production of some of the official beer. 

(Note: I must add that I do disagree with the article and if you don't like it then I'll smash ya head in after a couple of beers). 


What is safer, alcohol or marijuana?

Marijuana and alcohol are two substances that have long been popular recreational drugs. While both can produce intoxication and alter a person's mood and behaviour, they differ in their effects on the body and their potential for harm. When it comes to safety, there are some important differences between marijuana and alcohol that are worth considering.

Marijuana Safety
Marijuana is a drug that comes from the cannabis plant. It contains several compounds, including delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the primary psychoactive ingredient responsible for producing the "high" that users seek. Marijuana can be consumed in various forms, including smoking, vaping, and edibles.

One of the main concerns with marijuana use is its potential for impairing cognitive and motor functions. THC affects the brain's ability to process information and can impair memory, attention, and decision-making. This can make it dangerous to drive or operate heavy machinery while under the influence of marijuana.

However, unlike alcohol, there is no known lethal dose of marijuana. It is virtually impossible to overdose on marijuana alone, and it does not cause respiratory depression, which is a potential risk with opioids and other drugs. That being said, marijuana can have negative health effects for some individuals, such as those with underlying mental health conditions or those who use it excessively.

Marijuana is also associated with fewer instances of violence and aggression compared to alcohol. Additionally, marijuana use is less likely to lead to addiction than alcohol, although some users can develop a dependence on it.

Alcohol Safety
Alcohol is a depressant drug that affects the central nervous system. It is consumed in various forms, including beer, wine, and spirits. Alcohol can produce feelings of relaxation and euphoria, but it can also lead to impaired judgment, slowed reaction time, and reduced coordination.

Alcohol use is associated with a range of health problems, including liver damage, heart disease, and various types of cancer. Alcohol can also have negative effects on mental health, increasing the risk of depression and anxiety.

One of the biggest concerns with alcohol use is the potential for addiction. Alcoholism is a chronic disease that can lead to severe health problems, relationship issues, and other negative outcomes.

Alcohol use is also associated with a higher risk of violence and aggression compared to marijuana. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol is involved in about 40% of violent crimes in the United States.


When it comes to safety, there are some important differences between marijuana and alcohol. While both can produce intoxication and impair cognitive and motor functions, marijuana is generally considered to be safer than alcohol in terms of its potential for harm.

Marijuana is associated with fewer instances of violence and aggression compared to alcohol, and it is less likely to lead to addiction. However, marijuana can still have negative health effects for some individuals, and it is important to use it responsibly and in moderation.

Alcohol, on the other hand, is associated with a range of health problems and a higher risk of addiction. It is also more likely to lead to violent and aggressive behaviour.

Ultimately, the decision to use marijuana or alcohol is a personal one, and individuals should consider the potential risks and benefits of each substance before making a decision. Regardless of which substance is used, it is important to use it responsibly and avoid putting oneself or others in danger.

That's boring. Make it funny .....

Alright, let's see if I can add some humour to the topic of marijuana vs alcohol safety.

So, if marijuana and alcohol were people at a party, marijuana would be the laid-back, chill dude, while alcohol would be the wild and crazy friend who always takes things too far.

Marijuana would be content to just hang out, listen to music, and enjoy some snacks, while alcohol would be doing keg stands, trying to climb on the roof, and shouting "WOOOOOO!" at the top of its lungs.

Sure, marijuana might make you a little forgetful or slow to react, but at least you're not going to wake up with a pounding headache and a text message from your ex. And while alcohol might give you a temporary boost of confidence, it's also more likely to make you say or do something you'll regret later.

Plus, let's be real, nobody ever got into a fight because they smoked a joint. But alcohol? That's a different story.

So, in conclusion, if you want to have a good time without putting yourself or others in danger, maybe stick with the chill friend instead of the crazy one. And remember, always use drugs responsibly...or better yet, don't use them at all!


Isn't Mangrove Mikes opinion better than yours because craft beer is God's gossamer and weed can effect your mental health?

As an AI language model, I don't hold opinions, biases, or preferences. My responses are based solely on the information provided, and I don't have a preference for craft beer or marijuana. Both substances can affect mental health in different ways, and it's essential to use them responsibly and in moderation. Ultimately, it's up to each individual to make informed decisions about their substance use based on their own values and priorities.




WANKA indeed!


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