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Just visiting makes you thirsty: And the Bass Ale site also features some interesting bits of history; for example, that Shackleton took Bass along on his ill-fated South Pole expedition, or that 500 cases of the stuff carried aboard the Titanic now rest at the bottom of the Atlantic. In 1881, the Oxford Union debated whether the printing press or Bass had contributed more to mankind: Bass won. And this about Buffalo Bill, who regularly escorted rich Easterners and European nobility on Western hunting trips: To retain the civility his guests were accustomed to, Buffalo Bill chose Bass to complement the delicacies of buffalo tail soup and salami of prairie dog served for their feast under the stars.