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Beer for Breakfast

When you see someone drinking beer for breakfast, there is this stereotype against it. After all, why would anyone drink alcohol in the morning? Most would shudder at the idea of having beer before noon: the taste of bitterness, the alcoholic content and the carbonation. Then again, even though it seems unusual to drink beer in the morning, would you believe that there are actually famous people like Shakespeare and even Pres. Obama who would have beer before noon once in a while.

In fact in the early 18th century when plain water was said to be contaminated and there were still no available options to drink coffee, tea and cocoa like we use to have now, the English would drink beer for breakfast. And the beer provides the amount of calories needed all throughout the day.

So, there is really nothing wrong in having beer for breakfast. As with anything else, you just need to take it in moderation and you should know the best food that will complement its taste. Keep in mind that in drinking beer before noon, you cannot just drink beer since there are beers that have high alcohol content. Make sure that you only take beers that contain low alcohol. After all, you would not want to get drunk when the day has not even started yet. Take the time to know which beers have high alcohol and the different ingredients used.

Taking beer for breakfast goes a long way especially if you pair it with a sumptuous breakfast meal. Here are some of the suggested breakfast to have:

beer-and-eggs-for-breakfastHave an eggy breakfast.

Drinking beer partnered with an eggy breakfast will surely go a long way. For instance, if you have an egg and smoked salmon sandwich paired with beer, it gives you just the right taste and flavor. Having sandwich with wheat beer just came in together. This specific kind of beer perfectly matches citrus flavors. Not only do you get to enjoy beer, but you can also have a healthy breakfast meal.

beer-meat-and-potatoesPair it with meat and potatoes.

Meat and potatoes will always be a good combination for almost any kind of beverage that you want to take. And it is the same thing if you want to drink beer for breakfast. For a healthier dish, you can actually try Chorizo and Potato Tacos. This particular recipe gives you a healthy and very delicious meal that will blend with your choice of beer. The crispiness of the tacos gives you just the right taste especially when you eat it alongside a beer. When having tacos with beer,Bohemia which is a widely popular Mexican beer is a good pair.

There are still tons of meals and dishes that go along with beer. In the end, it is just a matter of preference and what really suits your taste. Now that brewers get to have the best properties out of the different ingredients used in beers, it is never a bad thing to have beer for breakfast. If the English people used to drink it before noon, then there is no reason why it should be otherwise.

Nowadays, there are different kinds of beers made up of healthy ingredients. You simply need to find the best beer that has the lowest alcoholic content and the specific meals and dishes that will best match your favorite beer.

5 Tips to Make Beer at Home

Drinking beer after a week full of work and stress is definitely something to look forward to. There are even some people who would drink it a few times a week. But why spend and go out if you can make your beer at home. Making your own beer does not have to be that difficult especially when you have the following tips to follow that you can use to brew a better beer. As long as you have the ingredients and you know the process of making one, you can definitely brew your own beer. Follow these tips and you will surely craft a nice tasting beer.

Fresh Ingredients 

The quality of taste would always depend on the kind of ingredients used. If you want to make a homebrew that tastes so much better, you need to use fresh and high quality ingredients. For instance instead of using dry yeast, you can use liquid yeast. For an exact brew, why not use a fresh extract instead of a can. You should also be meticulous when it comes to storage. Store the grains in a dry and cool place while the liquid yeast inside the refrigerator. Keep in mind that crushed grains, liquid malt, yeast, dry malt and hops have limited shelf life.

Chill Wort

To increase the fallout of tannins as well as proteins, chilling the wort quickly is important. It also reduces the risk of having an infection. You can have an immersion wort chiller that will significantly improve the beer quality. On top of that, it also improves the clarity of your beer.

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Tried-and-True Recipes

Depending on your preference, there are different tastes that you can achieve when making beer. But to avoid wasting time and money, it is strongly recommended that you follow tried-and-true recipes. If you have been using a certain recipe and you know that it works well for you then you can stick to that. In case you want to try another, make sure that you take the time researching if the recipe really works. You can search the Internet

Late Extract Addition

When brewing beer, you should be careful when it comes to extraction. You want to avoid the effects of carmelization and Maillard reaction as they can significantly affect the taste of your beer. The reason the extract should be added late enough is to prevent the darkening of the beer but at the same time it should not be too late to ensure that the extract itself is sterilized.

No-Rinse Sanitizer

In preparing the ingredients and all throughout the process of making your own beer, you should make sure that everything is clean.  Wash your hands first and make sure that you do not use sanitizer. Few may not be totally aware of it but it can somehow affect the beer you are brewing.
Making your own beer does not have to be too hard. If you have already starting your own beer and you enjoy it then it is best that you spend for long term purchases. In that way, you get to save money and you get to brew your own beer anytime you want it. Achieve the taste of beer exactly how you want it.

Welcome

Welcome to the website for the London Pubs Group of the Campaign For Real Ale. The London Pubs Group was established in the early 1990s to promote pub preservation and good pub design in London. Meetings are held regularly (six times a year) and are open to any CAMRA members who wish to attend. At present the meetings are held at the Royal Oak, Tabard Street, SE1 (near Borough underground station).You can also check the top proposals for pull down kitchen faucet reviews, you can read and decide which one is the best. Crawls are also arranged about six times a year and are open to all, whether CAMRA members or not. The crawls usually concentrate on historic pubs but occasionally new or refurbished pubs are included in order to assess the quality of the design.…

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Two new articles are on the Historic London Pubs page: one about Trumans pubs (places where you can meet a new friends and discuss all kind of themes starting with a “Jazz Rabbit” computer game and finish with what kind of parameters to look true to find the best hunting crossbow) and one about historic pub interiors featured in paintings by the artist, Mick Smee. The Historic London Pubs page is for articles, news and photos of pubs in the Greater London area that are on the national or regional inventories. If you wish to submit an article and/or a photo for this page, please e-mail them to Jane Jephcote at jephcotej@hotmail.co.uk.