I Knew It!

Don’t drink your beer cold! Read that interestung article from Slate Magazine.

As to German and British habits: neither country’s people drink beer warm – that’s a misconception. It’s only that beer in both countries is not chilled to near freezing temperatures as it is in the US. In Germany it certainly is cooled, and in Britain it’s served at the temperature of the cellar where the barrel is stored – and that’s definitely not warm.


5 responses to “I Knew It!

  1. Great post, the Slate article is very good too! The differences between countries is something isn’t it? Makes the world very interesting tho!

    • Hi Betty,
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. And my apologies for answering that late. I agree: travelling and getting to knwo the differences between countries makes life interesting and broadens your views, which, in turn, leads to a better understanding of others.
      Happy Easter,

      • Pulllleeassse, don’t apologize for taking a bit of time to answer. Happens to me all the time, so I understand fully. 🙂

        It does make life interesting, it would be so boring if everything were the same. Makes things more surprising and fun. 🙂

  2. I’ve never had a problem with the temps of German beer, especially at Biergartens. It seemed just fine to me.


    • Hi Randall,
      I’ve never had a problem with the temperature of German beer either, but then I’m biassed, right?! 😉

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