Have you ever tasted some wild black beer already? If you’ll ask me, well, not yet. That’s why I’ve been dying to know what is the taste of wild black beer that everyone is talking about.
I already tried some wild blue beer and wild red beer, but not the wild black beer yet. Since none of my friends can help me with this dilemma, I sought help on the internet. If you’re curious to know what I have discovered, continue reading below.
Are you an Indian Pale Ale (IPA) fan and want to try on something different? Just like you, I also crave for some variety especially if it can satisfy both my tastes for hops and fruits. After looking into several IPA beer list online, I have finally found my new favorites.
My quest for variety has led me to discover about fruit infused IPAs. Although, many IPAS have used citrus and grapefruit flavors as defining characteristics, it’s only recently that they incorporated other fruits like apricots and pineapple. If you’re curious to know about some brands that offer this kind of variety, read the list below.
Are you a do-it-yourself (DIY) person and would like to brew your own wild blue beer? Then, you have come to the right place. Just like you, I would like to create my own wild blue beer so I can make sure that its taste and quality fits my own preferences.
My love for wild blue beer started when I drank a bottle of its kind one day. I was amazed by the great fusion of hops and wild blueberries that I've decided to search for a formula that comes close to its taste. What I discovered led me to the creation of this great recipe. Learn about its ingredients and steps below.
These days, you can have beer any way you want it. With frizz, or without frizz, even regular to gluten free. Trying to figure out how much gluten is in a beer is a bit complex. Since beers are made from grains, many people assume that having an allergic reaction to grains will automatically make them allergic to beer, too.
This is not always the case, though, especially with the technology and innovations we now have, enabling beer companies to cater and produce for all types of market, even producing beer for the gluten intolerant peeps.
Eels are so ridiculously expensive that people tend to be curious about its taste just to understand what the fuss is all about. How could there possibly be a market for a thousand dollar per kilogram of fish unless it tastes really, really good, right?
However, that is the wrong question to ask. Not only will I be helping you have an idea as to what eels do taste like, I will also be telling you why they are worth every penny.