Cambridge University just published a study that recommends women drink a pint of beer a day to absorb silicon and prevent osteoporosis.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 09, 2012
Mimosas have long received credit as mom’s “drink of choice” for Mother’s Day brunch. However, SaveOnBrew.com cofounder Greg Thibodeaux says not enough attention gets paid to moms who like beer – or who learn to like beer after having the right “gateway drink.”
“I have heard stories of people’s parents falling in love over a Stella Artois,” Thibodeaux explains. “Beer may not be the perfect gift for every mother – there are some real crabby teetotalers out there -- but our informal research shows there are many beer brands that appeal to women ages 50-60.”
According to site founders, these mom-friendly beer brands include:
- Lindemans Framboise Lambic – An aromatic raspberry-flavored after-dinner ale
- Young’s Double Chocolate Stout – A dark beer that tastes like heavenly chocolate
- Westmalle Abbey Tripel – A sweet, but complex beer with hints of fruit and candy
- Stella Artois – A light, bubbly and slightly sweet beer that is delicious as champagne
- Rogue Ales Hazelnut Brown Nectar – A rich beer with notes of hazelnut and chocolate
- Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier – A cloudy, fancy beer with hints of cloves and bananas
- Reissdorf Kölsch – A crisp, light-bodied ale-lager hybrid with a touch of jasmine
Mother’s Day gift baskets can add to the thoughtfulness of a beer-themed gift. Great items for this collection might include personalized beer glasses, beer cozies, bottle openers and snacks (like chocolate, cheese, fruit, nuts or pretzels) that pair well with the beer selections. A gift certificate to a local beer emporium makes a great premium addition too. Kids can combine this with a fun activity, like touring a local brewery or attending a beer tasting event for a bonding experience. Moms have been inundated with spa gift baskets for years. “Why not try something different this year?” asks Thibodeaux.
“And if you really need one more reason to buy beer for your mom, you can tell her that Cambridge University just published a study that recommends women drink a pint of beer a day to absorb silicon and prevent osteoporosis,” Thibodeaux adds.
SaveOnBrew.com is America’s only search engine for the best beer prices from coast to coast. The group canvasses online circular ads and contacts local merchants to find deals in every zip code. Recently, they just launched a mobile site that allows thirsty beer-swillers to find low beer prices via their mobile phones and even get maps to the nearest location with discount brew. In addition to publishing a database of beer price deals, the group also publishes an entertaining beer-themed blog and runs a Facebook page that has amassed nearly 25,000 friends.
About SaveOnBrew.Com: Founded in 2010 to help thirsty beer drinkers across the United States find the lowest advertised prices for one of the world’s most popular beverages.