Poke: 08.17.05

Beer Bubbles



Beer bubbles are probably a sign the beer was poured poorly.

1 Jay at August 17, 2005 09:05 AM:

Very impressive. Surprsing that not many people have thought about seeing bubbles this way :)

2 Big Daddy G at August 30, 2005 06:22 PM:

When I open a beer to pour, how I pour varies from beer to beer. Some beers (ie Guinness) have that beatiful swirling head that nothing short of hypnotizing. Really. I'd like to have it as a looped screensaver. But I digress...The gentle tilt and light pour is all that is needed.
Other beers require less (glass)tilt and more bottle erection (!)to get a little more head.(!!)
Finally, there are some beers (hefeweizens) that have that 'silt' on the bottom of the bottle that we prefer not to get in the glass. It's best not give that bottle a full vertical erection. PS the silt is OK...its just leftovers from the brewing process for that particular beer.
Remember, the best indication of a well-washed beerglass is the "ring" that is left after each sip!

3 Tulip at October 30, 2005 11:22 AM:

Great picture! I cook my chicken in beer and herbs, bubbles don't matter. Tastes delicious.

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