Beer Tasting

 

Interesting Facts about Beer Tasting

When it comes to beer tasting, believe it or not, you can gain many aspects from it. Beer tasting helps you tell the difference between good, bad, poor, and great tasting beers. By going through these phases, you will also get a sense and feel for evaluating these liquids as well.

In order to do this, you will need to follow a few steps. The first step here, you will want to take into consideration is the way you pour the alcohol. Here, if you are doing this yourself, it should run gently down the side of the glass. If you fail to do this, you could have quite a mess on your hands.

The next step is the appearance and it is very important. You should take notice as to if the head is dense or thin. The color here can range from a pure white to various shades of brown. It is important that you observe the overall appearance of the beer alone. To do this step successfully, you will need to hold the glass up in the light and observe the color and it itís transparent or rather cloudy.

If you werenít aware, the smell is very important as well. Here, there are two things that you want to be on the lookout for and they are hops and malt. Keep in mind that they light colored beers usually have the scent of hops whereas the beers that are darker have the aroma of chocolate or coffee.

Now comes the time that many people long for, taking the first sip. Although you may be enjoying the taste, you should also be thinking if it is bitter sweet, strong, soft, or anything else that comes to your mind when you taste it.

Mouthfeel is a term that is used to describe how the beer tastes in your mouth. This is yet another characteristic that you will have to take notice of. Some alcohols have the tendency to taste dry, fizzy, and even dull.

The finish here is important as well. The finish happens when you take the time to distinguish all the flavors that you taste once you have swallowed the drink. Note everything that you taste before you move on to the next drink. Let the beer linger for a few seconds so that you can get a good feel for it and really describe what you are tasting.

A few things you should keep in mind here is that it is not advised that you taste any type of beet with food or minutes after you have eaten. Surprisingly enough, the flavors of the foods that tend to stick around will affect the taste of your beers. After an hour or so after you eat, you will be able to taste beers and have a clear head here. When you do this, itís just like clearing your mind before a test or you do something drastic that requires ultimate focus and attention.
 

 
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