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Breweries across the world create amazing craft beers that are loved by so many beer fans. Their distinct tastes and diversity among each other is one of the reasons why craft beer lovers enjoy drinking them. And if you're a true craft beer fan, it's no surprise that people like you take a trip to a nearby brewery on the weekends and enjoy right from the taproom. This way you're tasting authentic craft beer straight from the tap. As much as we love the craft beer these breweries whip up, their names are certainly eye-catching.
You've never been to an authentic beer garden if you've never visited Germany. As the home to the best beer, Munich, the capital of Germany, was the original home to the first beer garden, or biergarten. Typically completed with an attached brewery, beer hall, or pub, Germany is home to some of the most traditional beer gardens in the world, for obvious reasons.
There are tons and tons of breweries all across America. From the South to the East and West Coasts, there are breweries that serve their best craft beer and are known for it. So many people not only come to these breweries for their amazing-tasting beer, but the sweet hospitality and mellow atmosphere. You're surrounded by people who love beer just as much as you, and it's great to experience craft beer with those who have a passion in it. Not to mention these breweries are great places to watch the game at with friends while enjoying a great glass of craft beer... or two. And their food! Can't forget the tasty foods that pair with their beer.
Whenever most of us head out to lunch, to the beach, to a football game, a concert, or any outing with our friends, we grab a pack of beer. Beer is among the best alcoholic beverages that comes in a wide range of tastes and brands. Whether you love Corona, Heineken, Coors Light, Guinness, or even canned craft beers—many people settle on their favorite type. What's also great about beer is that they have so many beer and food pairings. If you're grabbing pizza, grab a beer. Or you're craving wings, beer goes hand-in-hand with wings, too.
Many of us can appreciate a great bottle or can of beer. Popping open that first bottle to many more and indulging in that crisp, chilled flavor is heaven. What’s even better is enjoy a couple of beers with friends lounging around a house or mingling at the lounge.
A lot of us love beer, whether it's Heineken, Blue Moon, Budweiser, Coors Light, or any other type of beer, it's always our go-to for a great time. Sometimes, we go overboard and drink four, five...six bottles of beer and we suddenly lose all feeling in our fingers. But we can't help it, we love beer so much we manage to go through bottles easily and have to deal with the aftermath.
Ever wonder what the best beer to get drunk on is, that won't alter all your hard work at the gym? This is a list of the highest ABV light beers that aren't typically known for a great taste, and rather a quick and easy way to get tipsy, without having to worry about your waistline.
There's something awesome about listening to a great podcast while drinking beer. Whether it's hearing other people getting wasted and talking about life, or just the fact that the podcasters give tips about the best craft brews of the season, certain podcasts for beer drinkers enhance your drinking sessions immeasurably.
Porters are a delicious style of dark beer made from brown malt and, while there is no strict definition, they usually feature chocolate and coffee flavors, dark fruit, and roasted barely.
You've had smoked bacon. You've had smoked salmon. But smoked beer? Probably not. This is one of the newest beer trends hitting the craft beer world, and it's beer that has been created with malted barley, that's been carefully roasted over flame.
Comprised of 50 percent malted wheat, there are many different types of wheat beer. However, the decision for which wheat beer is best to your taste buds is left up to you. A tasting party is in your future with these top best American wheat beers. Which one ranks the number one spot for you? Rearrange the list for yourself.