How to pour beer

Posted by BeerMaven | Beer Glasses | Posted on March 25th

There are two different thoughts of mind on how to pour a beer. One way is to tilt the glass and the other is to just pour straight down the middle. For a stout you want to pour into the glass at a 45 degree angle. This is to minimize the head on the beer because stout is already thick and really doesn’t need ample head to bring out the flavors in the beer. A quarter of an inch of head would be perfect. Now for pale ales you really want to enhance the smell and flavor of the beer. To accomplish this you’ll pour right in the middle of the glass. Just pour it all in straight down the middle. Enjoy your perfectly poured beer!

One Response to “How to pour beer”

  1. Rev. Richard M. Bale says:

    Hosea 4:11 – “Whoredom and wine and mew wine take away the heart.”
    Luke 1:15 – “For he shall be great in the sight of the Lord, and shall drink neither wine nor strong drink; and he shall be filled with the Holy Ghost, even from his mother’s womb.”
    Eph. 5:18 – “And be not drunk with wi ne, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit.”

    Jesus is falsely accused of being a winebibber: Matt. 11:19; Luke 7:34.

    This is what THIS conservative thinks of this.

    Rev. R. M. Bale – Niagara Falls, NY USA.

Leave a Reply