Why You Should Drink Craft Beer
If you enjoy beer but you’re looking to try something different or new, then now might be the time to give craft beer a try. Craft beers are made by small, local and independent brewers. They ensure that the drink tastes rich and unique in flavour.
In this blog post we share just some of the many reasons that we think you should give craft beer a try.
Craft beers offer a much richer and more distinctive flavour than mass produced beers that can taste watery. This is because craft breweries are passionate about the taste, flavour, look and feel of their beer. They invest their time and energy to create something that they love, and they want consumers to love too.
If you’re getting bored of the standard beers, then you’ll love the greater variety of flavours from craft breweries. There are literally thousands of flavours to try, and new varieties are entering the craft market all the time too. Every craft brewery strives to create a unique blend of ingredients that are different to other beers.
Trying out new beers is a great conversation topic when you meet with friends. You can chat about the latest varieties and flavours you have tried. Maybe your friends have other recommendations for you, or they have been dying to try a new one that you’ve already tried?
Mss produced beers will often offer around 2.5% alcohol, you’ll find that craft breweries can often create drinks with 5% to 10% alcohol by volume. Not only will it be a more enjoyable drink, but you’ll need fewer drinks to loosen lips and have a really good catch up with friends.
Craft beers can often offer antioxidants, proteins and vitamin B. These are all really good additions to your diet. By enjoying these drinks, with moderation, on a regular basis you will notice the health benefits from the high ingredients used in the brewing process.
Have a look at the flavours of the drinks we have online. You’ll quickly see that you can enjoy a drink for every season. Whether you fancy a lighter beer in the summer months, something spicy in autumn or aged barrel stout for the winter months, there really is a craft beer for every season.
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