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What is the difference between "Beer never tastes so good" and "Beer never tasted so good?"

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They can be interpreted differently.

  1. Beer never tasted so good.

might be rephrased:

Beer has never tasted this good! This beer is the best beer ever!

Next,

  1. Beer never tastes so good.

might be rephrased.

Beer never tastes very good. In other words, I don't like beer.

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