The NBA season starts tonight, and one thing that I stumbled upon (without a stumbleupon link) was this awesome site that is also close to my name. Statista is a great site to find stats and studies on industries, commodities, media and more. Best yet for me, who is slowly getting out priced for being a usual in-attendance fan of the Warriors, Average Beer Prices … Continue reading More Beer Data for the Data Geek Set – NBA Flavor
We all know someone who swears by IPAs. It’s the only beer that matters. Nothing else is as hoppy, biting, yet refreshing. There’s no better taste, smell and mouthfeel. Every respectable brewery has to make one. It’s the only three letters that matter in beer — forget about the letters B, E, and R. For those people, we’re all judging you. Well, at least the … Continue reading We’re Talking About You, Antisocial, Sadistic IPA Drinker
A handy and nice chart from GB Energy Supply showing the perfect temperature for various beverages. https://www.gbenergysupply.co.uk/blog/2015/07/20/the-perfect-temperatures-for-beer-wine-and-beverages.php It’s in Celsius, because the rest of the world hasn’t switched back yet, but here are some conversions. Average refrigerator temperature: 37-38ºF Bottled beer: 39-43ºF Standard lager and kegs: 41-46ºF Cask ale: 52-55ºF So if you pour your refrigerator chilled beer into a glass, it’s still probably too cold for full appreciation. … Continue reading Chart: The perfect temperatures for beer (and other beverages).