What’s the difference between an Ale and a Lager?

So I woke up a little late today and didn’t have time to write about what I had planned. But I got a suggestion from a faithful reader that I should talk about different types of beers and what makes them different.

I had never really thought about focusing on beer itself that much in this blog (except for Beer Tip of the Week). I wanted to focus more on the Christian than the beer. But the Christian I’m focusing on likes beer…so I guess I should talk about beer itself.  Plus, I’ve also noticed that a lot of the Christians I know that drink beer don’t really know much about it.

With that in mind, here is one of the first of possibly many posts to come that will give you a little education on the beverage you love so much.  For some of you this might be information that you already know, so I recommend adding your insight in the comments.  Help be a beer mentor to those that are new to the world of beer or just never really learned anything about it.

Since this is the first post…let’s start at the beginning. There are two types of beer. No not cold and warm….ales and lagers. The following video that I got from my friend Los will explain much better than I can in the time I have…and when you’re done go check out the herestobeer.com pocket beer guide.



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