Tips for Introducing Good Beer to Loved Ones Released by The Micro Beer Club

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The Micro Beer Club explains some insightful strategies for getting friends and family to try and like beer in their latest article.

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Flavor dislikes are also indicators that can be used to find that perfect beer.

Some people insist that they just don't like beer. Have they really given beer a chance? “No!” exclaims The Micro Beer Club in their latest article. They explain that most people can appreciate beer in one form or another simply because beer comes in so many varieties.

The article explains that using known taste preferences is an excellent strategy for finding a suitable beer type for a buddy. “For example, porters tend to have a coffee undertone. Fruit beers can taste, obviously, of fruit. Chocolate or vanilla stouts are almost comparable to desserts with strong, pleasant flavors and most wheat beers are light and crisp. When it comes to taste preference, there’s a beer for everyone. Sometimes, it just takes patience to identify”, explains The Micro Beer Club.

Flavor dislikes are also indicators that can be used to find that perfect beer. The Micro Beer Club explains that bitterness is one thing many beginners struggle with. They suggest that India Pale Ales (IPAs) be avoided at first if this is the case.

About The Micro Beer Club

The Micro Beer Club offers beer via monthly subscription from some of the finest of microbreweries. They deliver all across the U.S. and are happy to discount reorders of past beers. With friendly service and great advice for beer drinkers everywhere, it is no wonder they are so successful.

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