Some of the best beers FoodTribers have been drinking during quarantine
6 updates from FoodTribe beer enthusiasts
As the world gradually and tentatively recovers and starts moving again, there's still time to look back on the last few weeks – because Foodtribers have been baking, cooking, creating and drinking beer (bliss).
I'm not a beer expert but I'm a beer enthusiast, so what I thought I'd do is put together a list of some of the best beers FoodTribers have been drinking over the last two or three weeks.
Are we sure we're doing this properly?
Shivaum has found the courage to ask the question we've all been meaning to ask: is this the right way to pour a beer? Foam or no foam? Quickly or slowly? There are a million questions and things we haven't addressed yet, but at least we are certain of one thing: Hoegaarden is excellent.
Summer is just around the corner, yo
Summer hasn't even started yet and I'm already drinking the Last days of summer. The reason is not that I want to have summer over but I was
Summer is just around the corner, but, as Simona correctly points out, it hasn't technically started yet. Having said that, she decided to look forward to the future by having a glass (two, actually) of "Last Days of Summer" beer – a refreshing, fruity sour ale brewed in Tampa, Florida.
Somebody's been brewing their own beer
I'm a little envious of John because he's been brewing his own beer (Lord's Brewing) – and not only that, it's canned beer which, for some reason, I've recently decided is my new favourite type of beer. I'm particularly intrigued and curious about the Handbook Session IPA.
Batman beer from Italy
I haven’t been well, so for a few days this beer's left in the fridge... Italian double malt beer, Mastri Birrai Umbri... very tasty!
Well, I'm going to be honest with you. That's not Batman beer, just a Batman glass. But the beer is excellent. It's unfiltered blonde craft beer brewed by Mastri Birrai Umbri in Umbria, Italy. Well deserving of a place in the top six.
The coolest name ever
Yet another beer from Mikkeller in Denmark named after a famous/common saying. To “Stick a finger in the soil” (Stikke en finger i jorden) i
Jonas and the people of Denmark are evidently living 100 years in the future because this is just something else. Jonas has been drinking Stick a Finger in the Soil (Stikke en finger i jorden), a hoppy pale ale brewed by Mikkeller in Denmark. Apparently they also brew another type of beer called Heated Seats. Mad.
It's darker than dark
Lee has been drinking the darkest beer in the history of dark beer. I don't see how it can get any darker than that. Anyway, this pitch black beer is called Dark Arts Surreal Stout, a chocolate-flavoured stout brewed by Magic Rock in the UK. I want to try it. And I mean, now. Wow.