Having a large belly is associated with a greater risk of heart disease and death, but to understand the beer belly (which you can’t actually blame on beer), you have to look inside it.
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The beer-and-burger combo is beloved by pretty much everyone - which makes it blessedly easy to get your paws on while travelling abroad. This infographic lists 20 of the world's tastiest beer and burger pairings; from the Brazil's Grill Burger with Skol to South Africa's Springbok Burger with Carling Black Label. But be warned: the Australian nomination is awful.
We're huge fans of cooking with beer, especially the cheaper stuff, which is why I was thrilled to find that Chef Aaron Sanchez uses light beer heavily in his summer cooking. Chef Sanchez is also "all about making life easier," and was kind enough to share some summery tips for making the most of outdoor eating.
You’re most likely already aware that beer makes a great deglazing liquid, but you may not be familiar with its pickling prowess. Using it to season and preserve vegetables is a great way to use up any beer you may not feel like drinking. (Just kidding. I know you guys always feel like drinking all the beer, but these pickles really are good.)
The only thing more divine than floating around in a pool on a hot summer's day is floating around in a pool with a refreshing beverage. But once you're settled in your doughnut shaped floatie, the last thing you want to do is get out to refresh your beverage. Luckily, The Kitchn has a cheap and easy solution for this summertime sadness: All you need is some pool noodles.
When some people go on holiday they bring back magnets or postcards. I bring back booze. For a long time I was just bringing back beer to give as gifts or share with friends, but that eventually evolved to spirits as well. When I went to Scotland earlier this year my home whisky collection ended up getting a huge upgrade.
There's a bar in my neighbourhood that has a huge sign up that says "No Frosty Glasses" on it, presumably because people would ask for beer in one. While the idea of banning frozen glasses might seem like a stunt by a hipster bar, there's actually a lot of good reasons to not drink your beer out of a frozen glass.
In order to be classified as a "craft beer," The Brewer's Association requires the brewery making it to be small, independent, and traditional. That means that while some breweries owned by companies like Anheuser-Busch might call themselves "craft" they aren't. If you don't pay close attention, it can be hard to tell the "big" beer from the small guys when you're at the bottle shop. Now there's an app for that.