Why have craft beers increased in alcohol content?
From my point of view there seems to be at least three reasons for this trend.
Beer drinkers are drawn to the bolder flavors and the mouth feel of stronger beers.
The higher alcohol content gives such beers a longer shelf life.
Stronger beers do not have to be served at cooler temperatures as lighter beers, ...
I don't really think the alcohol content really has increased.
Most standard pale ales still are between 4% and 6%. The IPA are not standard pale ales. They have more hops and sugar which lead to a higher alcohol content.
This is my point of view from Europe at least.
Where is Archetype microbrewery in Vietnam?
Archetype microbrewery is a relatively new microbrewery (2019) situated in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam?
Archetype No Name Pale Ale
Bottle at Biacraft District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. Poured a clear medium amber colour with a lasting frothy white head. The aroma is toffee caramel malt, light woody hop. The flavour is ...
How Can You Avoid Skunky Beer?
The best way to avoid skunking of beer is as follows:
Block out as much UV light as possible in all stages within the beer brewing process and storage.
Use brown bottle in lieu of clear or green bottles.
Use of opaque keys are best!
Keep bottled beer out of direct sunlight.
Storing in a cool or cold environment, like in a ...
The one that gives the "buzz" is one that obviously has THC. Although keep in mind the ingestion via drinking is going to have least immediate effect, vs "in comparison to smoking weed"
I also presume that a cold/chilled beverage is going to solidify the THC crystals, or trichomes, and may take even longer for body to absorb. But probably ...
I am Italian, and I traveled Brittany, Danemark, Bavaria, and Belgium in search for beer. From my point of view, "standard" pale ale still are between 4% and 6%, where "standard" is original-English style.
But as craft beers spread, the U.S. styles with more hops and more alcohol are more common to see all over Europe, so your perception ...