1. Get the temperature right
Not all beer is meant to be served cold. In fact, most shouldn’t be. Temperature is key to enjoying any given beer style, so follow these three general rules of thumb: First, a beer’s serving temperature should increase as its alcohol by volume—aka ABV—increases. Second, darker beer generally should be served at warmer temperatures. Third, beer that has little-to-no yeast flavor, like clean, crisp-tasting lagers, should be served cold. Beer should never be served in a frosted glass: The intense cold just dilutes its flavor.
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