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Beer Radio - A Winning Cask of Characters
The focus is on YOU, the Beer Lover! Beer Radio takes beer seriously, stresses fitness and responsibility, and yet, sees beer as a source of high-spirited fun.
Beer Slang - A Beer Fox Guide
Slang, particularly beer slang, is living proof that creativity lives in the human spirit!
Since I do not typically drink mainstream beers, I may appear to be a beer snob, and beer snobs can scare people who are not well-versed in beer.
Beer Styles - Tribute to Jackson , Eckhardt , Gatza & Papazian
How is beer style determined? Thanks to the work of Jackson, Eckhardt, Gatza and Papazian, styles are as clear as a German kolschbier.
Beer Tasting Themes
Beer tastings are a fun way to gain an education. Many would scoff at the idea that drinking beer is educational, but if you consider that beer has been a part of human civilization for over ten-thousand years, you may wish to reconsider your immediate impression.
Beer Tasting Tips - Appraising Taste Profiles
Amber liquid sparkles within the glass with salacious appeal. Your hand firmly grasps the smooth, sloped wall of crystal, as you raise it to your lips. How do you get started in assessing the flavor profile in beer?
Beer Tasting Tips - Assessing Appearance
Are you ready to develop skill and sophistication in assessing a finely crafted brew? To focus on the fine points necessary for competency in the “Art of Beer Tasting?”
Beer Tasting Tips - Evaluating Aroma
Aromas radiate like a den of pleasure, where they kiss your olfactory senses and release exotic memories of karmic moods. This is where the actual “tasting” begins.
Beer Tasting Tips - Impression & Drinkability
Despite the appearance, aroma, flavor and mouthfeel, your own subjective assessment of a brew is a key element in the profiling of a beer.
Beer Tasting Tips - Judging Mouthfeel
You may believe that mouthfeel has little to do with the sensations of flavor. Flavor, however, is the mind’s interpretation of aroma, taste and the sense of touch, also known as mouthfeel.
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