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Warm beer

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Freemason, Mar 27, 2004.

  1. Freemason

    Freemason Banned

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    Warm beer

    Speaking of beer threads, any suggestions for a beer meant to be served warm? 100F weather is coming along soon enough and that can make even an ice cold beer warm faster than I usually drink one.

    Full Sail Pale Ale was my favorite but I can't find it anymore. I think they stopped making it. :rant:

    I know what you're going to say... Drink it faster! I usually do, but sometimes I take a nap outside under my tree and I don't want to worry about finishing my beer before falling asleep. Hence, I need a beer meant to be warm :drink:
     
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    beer should only be warm upon exiting.
     
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    Beer before the times of refrigeration was always served warm. It's hard to argue with that :drink:
     
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    freeze your longnecks about 20%. Even though they lose a lot of fizz they will be ice cold and unfreeze by the time your done with it.
     
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    You're missing the point. There are still beers made that are supposed to be served warm. Don't limit yourself to just what you're familiar with. Think of it, a whole new spectum of beers to sample. Over and over :clap:

    Maybe even hundreds of beers you've never heard of, just waiting to be guzzled. It's a brave new world of beer and I WANT SOME!!!
     
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    cold beer is preferrable, but I'm so used to warm beer it doesn't really phase me. PLus for some reason they a easier to binge when they are only sorta cold, so you don't get brainfreeze.
     
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    isn't guiness supposed to be served warm?
     
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    if you like your beer cold why dont you just get one the those insulators. they seem to keep anything cold for a fairly long time.
     
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    i jus put mine in the fridge..
     
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    It's served both warm and iced.
     
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    It says to serve it extra cold on my case of guiness:)
     
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    I find myself unable to argue with that
     
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    I'm not a beer connoisseur, but I don't mind the taste of a warmer Guiness. So... there's one avenue to pursue.
     
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    Dangit! *trouts self*
     
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    You should try some sort of bitter Smeg. They´re supposed to be luke-warm and flat when you drink them and they still taste great. I tried a bunch last time I was over in Britain but I don´t remember any brands except for Bass, and I don´t know if that was one of the good ones :scratch:

    I suggest that you dedicate next weekend to trying out various bitters. Get ten different sorts and do four on friday night and six on saturday.
     
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    I don't know anything about beer but as I understand it the Brits like their beer warm, so you could looking at their beers could be a good bet.
     
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    Mmm yeah Bitter... these are often consumed lukewarm because the character of the hops comes out better at this temperature. Maybe you already knew that, as Bitters are usually Ales. I dunno what's available in your neck of the woods, New England has microbrew ales up the ying yang to choose from. Try whatever other Ales you can get your hands on and see what you like.
     

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