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Top new questions this week:

How did the phrase "beer me" originate?

The question says it all: where does the phrase "beer me" come from? And, is it widely used other than in the United States?

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asked by Tim Burnett - Bassist 2 votes

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

How to store a bottle of beer once it has been opened?

Some of my favorite beers come in 22+oz bottles. Typically these are heavier beers and sometimes, I simply cannot finish the entire bottle in one sitting (maybe I had too much to eat previously. Who ...

storage  
asked by John the King 22 votes
answered by James Henstridge 20 votes

Where is it possible to legally obtain powdered alcohol in the USA and Canada?

I recently came across this Wikipedia on alcohol powder or powdered alcohol, which is also known as palcohol. !n 2014, Popular Science had this to say about palachol: Palcohol will be available ...

canada  
asked by Ken Graham 2 votes
answered by David 4 votes

What is the difference between Trappist beer and Abbey Beer?

Abbaye Bier (Abbey Beer) refer to monastic beer brewed by monks. And there is almost Trappist beer brewed by monks but specifically from Trappist monasteries. But what is the difference in terms of ...

history trappist  
asked by alvas 11 votes
answered by James Henstridge 17 votes

How can I tell whether a beer will improve with age?

Most mass-market beers come with expiration dates, and cease to be good for drinking if too much time has passed since they were brewed, even if they've been stored in unopened containers and good ...

aging bottle-conditioning cellaring freshness  
asked by Pops 41 votes

Why do steins have lids?

What's the point of the lid on the beer stein?

history serving glassware  
asked by crownjewel82 21 votes
answered by Fishtoaster 21 votes

Why would some prefer to put salt in their beer?

Are there any traditional or historic reason(s) why people would put salt in their beer when drinking it or would simply prefer to drink a salted beer such as Gose? Gose beer, brewed in Bonn, ...

specialty-beers  
asked by Ken Graham 6 votes
answered by farmersteve 5 votes

What characteristics does Becks have, and what are similar beers?

I haven't been drinking for years. And over the last month, I've been trying a small variety of beers, but they all had a taste I can't put my finger on that I didn't like. I was starting to wonder if ...

taste terminology german-beers  
asked by ChitownDev 7 votes
answered by Sloloem 16 votes
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