ANSWERS: 3
  • I doubt it. *** Note that until recently in Germany "multi-grain beer" was a contradiction in terms. Beer ("bier") was made of hops, barley, yeast and water (according to the national regulation, the Reinheitsgebot). *** However, Germany also had "Weissbier" (legally considered different from "bier"), which is a sort of beer made with wheat (usually in addition to barley). *** Personally, I'm a big fan of the idea of barley, hops, yeast and water being the ONLY ingredients in beer. Compare such a traditional beer from a high-quality brewery - for example: Old Peculier - to a multi-grain "beer" such as Budweiser. No contest.
  • I'm not much of a beer drinker unless the temperatures outside are sweltering and sweat is pouring off of me like Niagara Falls. Then, there's nothing better to have than an ice-cold beer. I'm more of a whiskey sipper. I enjoy a bottle of Fireball or Cinnamon flavored brandy (or apple or peach or etc...). I don't drink to get a buzz - I drink to enjoy the moment....just sit back, relax, and mellow out.
  • I don't think it is any better

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