The Case for Beer [infographic]

June 13, 2013 |  by  |  Food
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I’m one of the few women that enjoys craft beer. I enjoy the unique combination of flavors that many craft beers have to offer. In fact, I think I’m drawn to beer because I’ve never been much of a “sweet” person, so most of the other mixed drink options just leave me with a tummy ache. Even though I’m a fan of craft beer, I don’t think I have ever truly experienced the complex flavors that they offer. I’ve never paired them with foods or deserts, instead I usually enjoy them alone. However, after today’s infographic, I am inspired to make a fancy dinner to pair with my favorite craft beer.

Today’s infographic is about all the fantastic reasons why you should enjoy craft beer, and how to enjoy it right. That means listing the perfect temperature to serve different types of beers, and what food pairing would best compliment your beer of choice. I hope you’ll try pairing your favorite craft beer with a tasty meal! [via]

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  • Mary

    One of the few women who like craft beer? News flash, you are not special. Almost all of my girlfriends and I love craft beer. I hate when women try to sound special by using ‘I’m a WOMAN who likes this thing. Aren’t I special.” Grow up.

  • Jen

    How annoying. Craft beer, FYI, is extraordinarily popular with women — the (fairly) recent boom in local brewing has attracted women, and men, to the microbrewing scene in droves. The women I know, myself included, are active homebrewers and beer enthusiasts who discuss beer seriously and actively seek out new and unusual brews. Interesting enough infographic, but the intro really rubbed me the wrong way. Also, sorry, if you’ve never considered basic food pairings with your beer, I’m questioning your self-proclaimed status as a craft beer connoisseur…

  • http://www.facebook.com/ColinJoliat Colin Joliat

    No reason to get annoyed or tell someone to grow up. OP is right in terms of few women liking craft beer. That’s not to say that there are none or that they are hard to find, but her statement is true. Women make up 28.1% of craft beer consumers. Less than three in ten is generally considered to be considered “few.”

  • James Davis