How To Serve Beer At Proper Temperature

 
17-Mar-2011 by

 

Do you know the right way to serve beer at proper temperature, because temperature has a big role to play in the beer drinking experience and you would surely like your hospitality to be the best? Here are some easy guidelines which shall help you while serving beer.

 

You need to remember that when you are serving beer with subtle or intense flavors, you need to serve the beer at a warm temperature or at the temperature of the cellar. Many times we find that a certain beer tasted better earlier but not later – have you ever wondered why? We often believe it to be the quality of wine which matters, but it is actually not so. The temperature of the beer at which it is served actually determines its taste and flavor.  If you are serving English ciders, sour ales or Scottish ales, you can serve them at cellar temperature at around 50-55 F. If you choose to serve beer at proper temperature, you can serve it at icy temperature.

 

Americans: How they serve beer at proper temperature?

 

Americans love cold beer on a very hot day to keep them warm and rejuvenated all the while. Commercials beers sold in America are generally served cold and are normally enjoyed with spicy dishes.

 

Cask Ales

 

If you are serving cask ales, you should always serve it at the cellar temperature where the recommended temperature range is thought to be between 53-57 F -which is also considered to be the loved by Britons all over the world.

 

Boston Beer Company

 

If you choose to serve beer from this company, you need to drink it between 38-42F in a non frozen glass. When you choose to serve beer in a warmer temperature, it lets you taste and experience, different flavors and aromas of the beer. However, remember that when you are drinking beer from any glass, you should have it from room temperature and not from bottles.

 

Local beers

 

If you choose to sample some local beers, you need to serve them at a higher temperature, since some flavors actually develop only after the wine is served at a higher temperature. If you are serving Hops beer, you need to serve it at around 35 degree F, when the beer is quite warm.

 

When you choose to sample local brews, remember that you need to sample the taste of a wide range of beers, so that you can determine your favorite wine. Individual preferences usually differ - thus, if you do not wish to follow any set rule for serving beer, you can have beer which you love and the temperature which you feel is the best for you.

 

Thus, learn how to serve beer at proper temperature and enjoy the most of it along with your friends and family. 

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