International Beer Day is the first Friday in August
International Beer Day is a holiday that celebrates the production and consumption of beer. Many different types of beer are available around the world, and each has its own unique flavor profile and history.
One of the most popular types of beer is Lager. Lagers are typically light in color and have a crisp, clean flavor. They are brewed at lower temperatures than other types of beer, and often use different kinds of hops.
Pilsner is another popular type of beer. Pilsners are usually pale in color and have a slightly bitter taste. They are often brewed with noble hops, which give them their characteristic flavor.
Ale is another type of beer that is popular around the world. Ales are typically darker in color than lagers, and have a fruitier, maltier flavor. They are brewed at higher temperatures than lagers, and often use different kinds of yeast.
Stout is a type of beer that is dark in color and has a strong, roasted flavor. Stouts are typically made with roasted malt or barley, and often have coffee or chocolate added to them.
Porter is a type of beer that is similar to stout, but is lighter in color and has a sweeter flavor. Porters are typically made with roasted malt or barley, and often have chocolate or coffee added to them.
IPA is a type of beer that is known for its strong, bitter flavor. IPAs are typically brewed with lots of hops, which give them their characteristic flavor.
Wheat beer is a type of beer that is made with wheat instead of barley. Wheat beers are usually light in color and have a slightly sweet flavor.
Belgian beer is a type of beer that is brewed in Belgium. Belgian beers are often strong and flavorful, and can vary widely in appearance and taste.
There are many other types of beer available around the world, each with its own unique flavor profile. Try something new today and explore the world of beer!