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.
Beer cocktails were often something that were relegated to the "gross" side of bar menus — or to frat houses. However, times have changed and it's become a cocktail category that evolved into a pretty awesome range of flavors and drinks.
October 8, Wilmington, NC—I am a wine lover. Time living in Italy and touring the Appalachian vineyards made me a proud, self-taught wine connoisseur. My counters are filled with bottles and my drawers are filled with old, wine-stained corks. In my love for the wine craft, my husband recognized my negligence and decided it was vital to teach me something new, the art of beer. Hence began our craft beer tour of Wilmington.
Whether you like one on a hot day, with a hotdog in the baseball park, or at the end of a long and stressful work week, a nice cold beer always does the trick — no matter how you're feeling, it makes everything A-OK.
There's something to be said about having a beer in the middle of fall — right when the leaves change, the temperature is just right, and everything just seems to be in a nice state of balance.
Most people drink beer for two reasons: flavor, and to get blitzed. We love to get drunk. That's why we all think sober challenges suck, and why beer tastings rock.