The fanaticism for beer has grown up to reach new heights with its history to be claimed of more than 100 years. Making its presence felt globally, the cheer for this beverage can be heard in places from Portland to Melbourne. Developed a culture of itself, the use of mysterious ingredients and updated techniques have given birth to a line of world class beers. Sending the right waves across, the culinary masters have realised the exotic combination which food and beer can bring together. Celebrating the presence of a drink which has mesmerised us all in its indulgence, this blog takes you to a tour of beer fantasy.
The roots tracing to the grounds of Mesopotamia, it is the year of 1800BC which stands as major milestone in the history of brewing. Unusual to the elements we use today, it should be understood that during then beer was just not a fun beverage. Used as a currency in the early Egyptian cities, beer has a long association with pyramids. Advanced in its taste and flavour, the passing years have brought a much desired change in this sphere. With the pursuit for improved savour making the brewers explore all possible opportunities of experimentation, the merge of the traditional and contemporary is what you will encounter today.
For the beer aficionados like you and I, the art of beer storage and pouring holds immense value. Understanding the behavior of this drink, a set of rules and techniques needs to be followed. While storage of the beer bottles in the upright posture is advised, a slow and steady pace of the pour should manage a foam layer of about 2.5cm. A process much gentle to carry out, your craving should ideally touch the summit through it. Following the golden rule of lower temperature for lighter beers, the very sensation of a cold one gives a chill down the throat.
How well you taste the beer determines your personal choice of it. Someone who is a veteran in this field will agree to my personal opinion of visual assessment. A glass of sparkling golden hue is enough to escalate your levels of desire. And in these regards, evaluating your drink under the natural light is the first step prior to your indulgence. The second stage involves undertake of the aroma through the nostrils which lets you soak in the essence that you might otherwise miss out. And then is the final embracement which should ideally be done gradually, immersing in the lingering taste of the beer.
Looking forward to trying the Dark Island Special Reserve….Cheers
I tried it and it is exceptional…You can get it at Keg and Cork, Sherbrooke retail or at Continental Treat…It sells around 27.00 per 750ml retail.
I want to thank Spike from Rogue and all of you ,for making our Beer Night such a great success…Cheers
Come again on 12 th June this time the beer nights will be simply rocking
Hitachino Nest Beer Night….Another Great Success…Cheers everyone
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Let’s see who’s paying attention. 1st to tell me what the real difference of a lager vs ale (process), wins 2 seats on 2nites Brew Bus!
The main distinction lies on the type of yeast along with techniques used in the fermenting or brewing process process. While lager is prepared from cold fermenting yeast from the bottom and ale just the opposite, fermented warm and made with a top-fermenting yeast.
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