Getting The Most Out Of Your Beer
Beer is a precious commodity, and since you pay good money for it, you might as well bring out the best in it. I've discovered a simple trick to improve my beer's taste, and it involves drinking it at the right temperature. Here's what I do: 1. Rinse out a glass with water. 2. "Shake" the glass upside down over the sink so that a few drops of water remain in it (don't dry the glass).
3. Put the glass into the freezer, along with your favorite refrigerated beer, but make sure to remove the beer within 15 to 20 minutes so it doesn't freeze! Some freezers may chill the beer faster than others, so you may want to freeze the beer for only 10 minutes. After the beer has chilled, poor the now really cold beer into the glass and enjoy. If you drink the "big 3" (Bud, Miller, or Coors) consider trying some imports or microbrews instead. Once you've tried them, you may never go back! Here are some of my favorite beers: 1.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale 2. Anchor Steam 3. Samual Adams Boston Ale 4. Becks Dark 5. Guiness Draft Beer 6. Shiner Bock 7.
Bass 8. Pete's Wicked Ale 9. Henry Weinhard's Private Reserve 10.
New Belgium 1554 Brussels Style Black Ale These beers do cost a little more, but remember, you get what you pay for. If you really like beer, consider brewing your own at home with "Mr. Beer". You can get one at the following link: Click Here To Visit Mr. Beer Website! .
By: Keith Riffle