Tips to Take Beer Easily Now

First of all we must know how to store and keep the quality of our beer intact. It is advisable to keep them in Stubby holders and in a dark place since the light damages them and changes the flavor, in addition you have to be careful with the high temperatures, and they also affect its flavor and consistency, it is better to store them in the refrigerator.

Use glass cup

The beer must be taken in a glass cup. Glass offers very obvious advantages such as the fact that we can see what we are taking. The glass does not keep odors or flavors that contaminate what we are going to drink and also – unlike plastic, cardboard or foam – prevents the gas from reacting. Do not freeze the glass, unless you are drinking a light lager.

Only bad drinks are taken frozen.

By cooling too much a beer loses much of its aroma and flavor. The ideal temperature is between 4 and 9 degrees Celsius. Any beer emits more aroma and flavor when taken fresh than when it is taken to freezing point.

The type of glass used also plays an important role in the tasting of beer

The CHOPP is ideal for soft and refreshing beers, since the handles avoid transmitting heat from the hand to the liquid. The PINTA is ideal for drinking black beers since it favors the formation of consistent foam and allows visualizing the characteristics of the liquid. The FLAUTA glass is suitable for tasting aromatic beers since its narrow format favors the concentration of aromas and flavors. In the glasses type CALIZ, due to its wide mouth the aroma is spread throughout the surface so they are ideal for beers of more intense flavor.

If you take the bottle (recommended only for American lagers and lights) take the bottle by the neck so it does not heat so quickly by the heat of the hand.

When serving your beer in the glass, try to leave two fingers of foam. Although the foam itself does not contribute to the flavor, it does function as a protective layer to preserve the aromas, flavors and carbonation inside the container.

If you drink an unfiltered beer, you will notice that when you do not move them, residues settle in the bottom. In most cases you should turn them gently so that these residues are integrated into the body of the liquid. However there are some others that it is recommended not to mix and it is necessary to take care that those residues remain in the glass when serving them since they can sour the flavor. Generally that is explained by the manufacturer on the label.

Look at the percentage of alcohol (APV) that has what you are going to drink. Remember that although most of the beers we consume are around 4.5% APV, there are some that exceed 10% APV, approaching the percentage of the wine. In some extreme cases you find beers that exceed 20% APV. Obviously these different beers cannot be taken in the same volumes.



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