Honestly, there is this weird tension in me right now. I’m sad that I’m saying goodbye to being the main contributor on this blog, but I feel a since of relief. As you can probably tell, I haven’t had the time to devote to this blog as I did when I first started it several months ago. Because of that, I’ve become overly guilty and stressed. I love beer, and I love the friends that I’ve made through this blog.
Had to go short and sweet this week. I have a lot on my plate right now. But I hope this tip is helpful to everyone out there.
Some people might think that putting some lime in your beer is as easy as squeezing a little lime into your bottle. But thre is one more step that you need to do.
Beer Tip of the Week gives tips that focus on the entire beer drinking experience. We focus on tips for everything from buying your beer (coming in a future episode) to cleaning your glasses when you’re done. This episode focuses on the later.
Happy 4th of July everyone. This week we took a look at what temperature to store your beer to keep it from losing flavor. I think we can all agree that the easiest is to just keep it in a nice cold refrigerator. But what about those times when you can’t store it in your fridge (like when your frig is already full of beer)?
A lot of what I have learned about beer has come friends, podcasts, and the beeradvocate.com. One of the greatest tips I ever learned was from the podcast beerschool.com. It is as follows, it takes three drinks of a beer to really know if you like it (I know I said it was my method in the video. That was a slip and I’m sorry).
Photo by: rick With my recent post on how Christians that love beer are called to be missionaries to the world of beer, I thought I would give you some quick tips on how to be a missionary at your local bar. Leave a big tip. In the words of one of my friends, “Your Father owns the cattle on [...]