Clearly your friends would think you were a couple of gallons short of the full firkin if you deliberately plonked yourself into a puddle of beer, ruining your trousers and the furniture at the same time, and I doubt the pub would be overwhelmed at your soaking its seats with liquid. But sticky would not prove anything either way: very strong ale, above OG, could be perfectly drinkable and sweet enough, when it dried, to stick a glass to a table. However, in Britain, at least, there is no known contemporary evidence at all for ale conners testing beer in this peculiar way. The oaths that medieval ale conners were required to swear spoke only of them having to be prepared to taste ale when it went on sale, not sit in it. Another version of the tale brings the test two or three centuries closer to the present.
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God will help you both work this out. I'm surprised this thread is still getting replies. He says it is harmless and is only fantasy as there is no touching involved. Or, I might be in class.