beer typesMake your choice mate…

What do you think about when you hear a word „beer“ ? If you answered a pub, then you would be among the majority. When you hear a word beer, you can instantly imagine a pub and in that pub people who are holding their beer mugs. Did you knew the fact that beer is in the top three most consumed liquids ? The top three are beer, coffee and tea. If you are someone who like beer a lot then you should probably go for a beer tasting. Tasting new beers can be an experience in which you find new beers that you like, usually there are many different type of beers in a beer tasting pub or bar. Some are micro-brwed some are homemade it all depends on your preferences and your choice in the end. Beer tasting is not like vine tasting, you really shouldn’t spit it out (if that’s not obvious enough). If it so happens that you come across a beer that you really don’t like or even can’t stand, after sipping it spill what’s left in the pot that’s usually on the table. When storing your beer you need to remember that shelf life of beer is different that wine, for one thing beer does not have the shelf life at all. If you are going to drink your beer after more than six months are passed there’s a high chances that’s already oxidized, best place to store your bear is a refrigerator, if you wait more than six or eight months before you remember that the expiration period of your bear is “over” then the beer will be almost like alcohol-free beer, although some people like alcohol free beer. Alcohol free beer is healthy and fat free, so it’s a good substitute for your regular beer, expect you can drink it and then drive your car. Some people are saying that alcohol-free beer tastes different than the regular beer, but in fact the so called alcohol-free beer is not actually without any alcohol, but the percentages are considerably lower than the regular beer, making it safe to drink without getting the buzz. If you are a beer enthusiast and for some reason can’t drink the real beer, the alcohol-free beer is a perfect substitute for that.

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