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Fixing the “I’m Not a Fan of Beer” Preconception

As a college kid, I notice a lot of people refusing beer due to the fact that they dislike the taste (most likely since it is typically inexpensive beer). It actually kills me when individuals choose to totally ignore beer entirely because of one or a number of disappointments. I am a firm follower that there is a beer (or cider) out there for everybody. My most significant suggestions are to not be afraid to try anything. In among my other posts, I talked about B. Nektar’s Zombie Killer cider. This would be a fantastic choice for those who do not prefer drinking beer. This may open a whole new world to ciders for you. It is an apple/cherry cider with notes of honey, and it is really crisp like a cider really needs to be. It’s not overly sweet like some ciders, and it has the correct amount of carbonation.

For those who have not completely give up on beer, I advise fruit beers. My favorites are Blue Moon Belgian White, Shock Top Lemon Shandy, Lost Coast Tangerine Wheat, and New Glarus Belgian Red. All are yummy in their own way, Blue Moon has orange flavors, Shock Top has the lemon component, Lost Coast has tangerine, and New Glarus is a cherry flavored beer. For those that do not like fruit beers, I suggest something traditional like ales and lagers. My existing favorite is Kona Developing Company’s Big Wave Golden Ale. It is a little various take on the conventional ales that are intoxicated here in the United States. Another terrific business is New Belgium Brewing. They have a multitude of different beers ranging from IPA’s and ales to seasonal beers that go terrific with the all the times of the year.

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Continuing, do not just count on the shop to have a beer to try.

There are breweries popping up all over the United States each year. A few of the tiniest breweries may have the beer for you. Do a little Google search and discover some that are close to you and provide a see! The majority of them are at least a cool place to check out on an uninteresting Saturday. I recommend purchasing a growler if you are going to do this technique. Many breweries will fill your growler if you already have one. I have actually been to most likely 6 various breweries in my day, and I have had fun at everyone. If you do not desire a whole growler of beer, most breweries will do flights of beer with as numerous samples as you want. This is a great way to taste whatever they have. If you like one, in particular, go on and get a whole growler. Looking for the best apple beer? Check this blog now Blake-apple-ale.

I have likewise discovered how beer is an excellent component for cooking, too.

If you still do not like drinking beer, at least offer it a shot in your food. There is some complex (and simple) beers that can take your dishes to the next level. From simple foods like beer cheese dip and beer brats to more intricate soups, sauces, batters, and even desserts, beer can be a fantastic active ingredient. Once again, do a little Google search or go to foodnetwork.com and just type in beer. I just went to Food Network and there were 214 pages related to beer. Surely there will be something that appears somewhat appealing.

Concluding, do not hesitate to get out there and attempt beer (or cider). It is a very versatile item. It comes in many forms and flavors that can be enjoyed by many methods. If you actually do not like to consume beer, at least provide ciders a shot or attempt cooking with beer. I there’s still a little expect beer in you attempt going to a regional brewery sometime. You might find that they have something you like. I also recommend beginning with more rejuvenating beers like fruit beers. They are not crazy bitter like some pale ales or insane complex like some other heavy beers.

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