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    • Like the Nestorian Monk
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    • Is it 220 years old? Or is it 12th century? Because they are not the same.
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    • Realized I’ve been using iFunny since 8th grade, I’m 20 now. Who else??
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    • I'm no mathematician but 12th century is a lot older than just 220 years old
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    • for all the people pointing out the 12th century thing: the recipe was made in the 12th century and the beer continued being brewed from the recipe up until 220 years ago
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    • The 12th century was not 220 years ago. Something isn’t right here
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    • 12th century was not 220 years ago bruh
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    • 12th century is 820 years ago 😐
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    • 12th century is the 1100s. So that's almost 1000 years. Not 220 dumbasses
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    • 220 years.....12th century.....
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    • There's actually a group of monks (I think in Germany) who, every year, for all 40 days of lent, subsist only on beer, and the Holy Eucharist.
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    • 220 year old recipe... from 12th century books... I’m not a math genius but something doesn’t add up. 😂
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    • The 1100s were more than 200 years ago
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    • 12th century ..... 200 years doesn’t add up 🤔
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    • The 12th century was more than 220 years ago
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    • Do they think the 12th century was 220 years ago?
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    • 12th century. 220 years? math plz?
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    • 220 year old recipe but it's from the 12th century?
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    • 220 year old recipe... 12th century... something isn't adding up
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    • I think the 12th century was a little bit more than 220 years ago
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    • 12th century. 220 years old...
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    • 220 years old. 12th century. https://ifunny.co/fun/uVNH8V3F6
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    • So 220 years ago was the twelfth century huh
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    • If it is from the 12th century then it would be way older than 220 years
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    • "220 year old recipe found in 12th century books"
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    • "Beer is proof that God exists, and wants us to be happy." (Benjamin Franklin)
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    • 2019 - 220 years = 12th century?
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    • How is the twelfth century only 220 years ago
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    • I’m no mathematician, but I’m pretty sure the twelfth century was more than 220 years ago
      Pitylaugh 23 may
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    • Makes you wonder how much knowledge was lost in century's......
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    • 220 years ago... 12th century books... something isn’t adding up here
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    • Somebody’s math doesn’t add up
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    • Lmao I honestly think this is the first one I’ve seen alchemy used
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    • My name is purple I’m Thanos
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    • 12th century😂 a little more than 220 years retard
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    • I don’t drink beer nor have I ever had beer, nor am I allowed to have beer but why does it look like he’s holding on to the best and most refreshing fucking beer in existence and it’s making me thirsty
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    • For all that are confused: The recipe is 220 years old. They just found it. In the recipe, it calls for methods that were used in the 12th century. Try to keep up.
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    • Had to fact check this lol. Disappointed they didn’t describe the taste though.
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    • How is 12th century beer 220 years old?
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    • After a quick google, the beer recipe is indeed from the 12th century, but the last time the beer was brewed (and the recipe lost) was 220 years ago when French troops ransacked the brewery.
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    • Do they think the 12th century is 220 years ago?
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    • 220 years... 12th century wtf Edit: saw the explanation, I feel like a dumbass
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    • They didn’t find it they always had it. It’s been 220 years since they last made the beer. They are starting up again and are using the recipe written down in the Middle Ages.
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    • Im confused. 12th Century Books, But Only 220 Years Old?
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    • If it were twelfth century then it would around 900 years old not 220.
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    • Can’t eat the tomb cheese, can’t drink the sarcophagus juice, can’t drink the medieval wine. At least we can drink the Monk Beer.
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    • Man i want a 40oz of that shit...prolly better than anything on the street...one shot of that would prolly put you on your duff...lol..a gimme the glass too..looks cool...
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    • 12th century was 900 years ago...
      Raymar 23 may
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    • It’s the holy brew
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    • Lots of Catholic monks and brothers make a lot of their money from selling craft beer. Using many different recipes. All the money goes into upkeep and charity
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    • "220 year old" "12th century" i didn't know we were in the 14th century
      Augus 23 may
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    • Who said it was any good? Perhaps it was "lost" for a reason.
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    • There was some paleontologist that revived a 200 million year old yeast related to modern brewing yeast and decided to make beer with it
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    • Maybe it originated in 12th century and lost 220 years ago? Maybe I’m reaching here...
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    • Monks also used to make the best swords. A lot of the best viking steel swords, ulfberht, were made by german monks. The first beer with hops in it, made by germanic monks. Germanic monks are the shit. Deutsch, duitse, däitsch monks, all the same people, "germanic" is the latin word for them.
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    • Forgive me father, for WE FINNA GET LIT
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    • wouldn’t that make it over 900 years old if it was from the 12th century?
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    • What's with the wine glass.
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    • 12th century is more than 220 years ago...
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    • 12th century 220 years ago...
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    • Math 0
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    • He looks like a priest that knows the secret ingredient is roofies
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    • Just monks doing monk things
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    • Catholic monks just go to monasteries to chill and drink beer with the lads
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    • That beer looks heavenly, like the crap the Greek gods drink or whatever myth that is
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    • They brought back the Baja Blast?
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    • 12th century is more than 220 years tho
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    • 12th century is way further back than 220 years...
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    • We can now drink the forbidden beer!
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    • Alchemy 100 Math 0
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    • Isnt the 12th century like..800 years ago
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    • 12 century 220 years hmmmm
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    • Belgium monks resurrect 220 year old
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    • I don't think the 12th century was 220 years ago...
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    • *220 years old*: *12th century*
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    • Yeah, why alchemy? Did he trade his arm and leg for the recipe or some shit?
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    • Who the fuck actually has 100 alchemy
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    • 12th century? 220 years old??
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    • I have the power of God and alcohol on my side
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    • Recipes found in 12th century books and 220 year old recipe. These years don’t add up.
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    • This is how history works. Someone writes some semi important shit and centuries later someone rediscovers it.
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    • There is such a thing as a beer archaeologist. NPR article about them.
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    • “220 years old” “from the 12th century” pick one.
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    • Aye Tone. These numbas don’t add up
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    • This is going to be the Irish downfall all over again
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    • Fullmetal was here I smell it
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    • Jesus made the best wine
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    • 12th century only 220 years ago?
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