- To protect the taste of beer you should not store it above 80 degrees for an extended period.
- Beer should not be poured down the side of a slanted glass; instead, pour your beer straight into the glass from a height of about 12 inches. The high pour will remove some of the carbon dioxides out of the beer giving it a smoother taste.
- Beer should not be served too cold. If you want to taste your beer, it is best to serve between 45 to 50 degrees before imbibing.
- If you have poured too fast and your glass is running over, you will find that a little fatty acid will stop the run-away foam. You ask… where do I find fatty acid? Well, we all have fatty acids on our fingers so just put your finger in your beer, and the problem is solved.
- Remember, not all beers are alike, and many of today’s beers can range from 7% to 25% in alcohol by volume (ABV). Find out the ABV percentage of the beers you are drinking and partake according.
- Finally, Drink Responsibly. Remember even a small amount of beer can impair judgment.