Among the different types of beer, the ail offers more body, more consistency and personality, and gives us really strong flavors. Among these, the Porter Beer is one of the most famous, popular and sold worldwide.
If you reading this post you probably have at home a significant collection of hats in green and black, a T-shirt in which sleeve you can read the word Guinness, several key chains, bottle openers and merchandising of all kinds and you know it is not going to be the only one, and neither the last one ... because in less than a week we will be celebrating St. Patrick again! Yuuuuupiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!
In the previous post I
left you yearning for more, but it was only due to space
and time reasons. I imagine that many people are looking forward
to know both the classification of countries where more
liters of pure alcohol are consumed, such as those in
which more beer is drunk per year. And
that's what I came to offer today.
The 10 countries in which more liters of pure alcohol are consumed per person and year (considering only people 15 years and older) are, according to the World Health Organization, the following:
I always write about wine: which wines are my favorites, curious things about wine, new wines or wines I want to try. But truth is that I also love beer. In fact, there are times when a beer replaces any other option. That happens for example, when we are at home with friends, ready to see any of those football games that end up making history, in and out of the screen.
There is no better excuse to try a new beer together with the pizzas, olives and chips. That’s the atmosphere. I propose three different ones, each with its inspiration for you to try them if you do not know them yet or to remember them if they were already in your list of favorites.
Maybe if we hear the word Guinness, the first thing that comes up to our mind is the famous Guinness records, but there is an Irish beer with the same name with just over 200 years of tradition that is much more famous than the records. This is Guinness beer, a beer stout black type, made by Arthur Guinness in 1759, which belongs to the St. James's Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland.
It all began with Arthur Guinness, founder and creator of the beer. On December 31, 1759 Arthur Guinness signed a rental agreement unique and so peculiar in which he would pay 45 pounds per year for a period of 9000 years for an abandoned brewery. Today we can find this unusual contract at the brewery's Museum of the City of Dublin.