Beer is an amazing thing. Whatever level you want to enjoy and experience it at, you can. Whether you just want to drink the one or two beers you love and don’t care how it’s made, or if you love touring breweries and even making beer yourself at home, or if like most people you’re somewhere in between… you get to enjoy beer however you like.
While you can enjoy beer without knowing anything about it, having a certain level of beer knowledge can help you experience more that beer has to offer and enjoy it even more. You don’t have to be an expert if you don’t want to be, but knowing the basics about various beer topics can really kick your enjoyment and appreciation up to the next level.
With this idea in mind, we’re starting a new series of posts dedicated to giving you some basic facts about different aspects of the beer world. From aging beer to wet and dry hops to the different ingredients used when making beer, you’ll learn new and interesting facts without any beer snobbery allowed.
Each post will cover five things you should know about a specific beer topic to give you the basics and help you get a foothold on beer knowledge that you can then either stop with, or use to learn even more.
Beer should be fun, and learning about beer should be too. Follow along with our weekly posts to learn more about beer and see how a little bit of knowledge can go a very long way.