Pour the Perfect Beer

Knowing how to pour the perfect beer is as important as knowing how to fend off a starving cougar. Both are matters of life and death. If you pour a man a bad beer you may not live to see tomorrow.

Luckily for you, I know how to pour the perfect beer. (I can fend off a starving cougar, too. No, I’m not talking about your mother.)

Step 1 – Select Your Beer

Grab yourself a bottle of suds. Make sure you pick something really good. No sense in wasting “the perfect pour” on a not-so-perfect beer.

Step 2 – Select Your Glass

Grab a mug. If you don’t know which one to grab, then I suggest you take a look right here on how to do that. Make sure you read it a few times. In fact, go ahead and visit this link five or more times a day until the day you die. That way you will definitely know how to pour the perfect beer.

Step 3 – Open Your Beer

Crack open your bottle of suds. There are many ways to do this but it’s best to use your teeth; it makes you feel manly.

Step 4 – Tilt Your Glass

Make old man Pythagoras happy and tilt that mug of yours to a 45 degree angle.

Step 5 – Pour

Start pouring. Make sure you’re aiming for the middle of the mug.

Step 6 – Return Glass To Upright Position

Once you’ve filled your glass half way, tilt it back upright. Make sure you’re building a decent amount of head (foam) at the top. The foam releases the aromatics of the beer and enhances your experience. Wooohooo!

Step 7 – Keep Pouring

Finish pouring. Oh boy! You’re almost there!

Step 8 – Enjoy

Take a swig. You’ve earned it. While you’re at it, go ahead and check out some tips on how to get the most out of your beer tasting experience. I’ve written an article on that as well, you can access it by click here.

Congratulations! You might as well have just been to the moon and back, because you have just poured your first perfect beer. You’re going to need some practice, so call up all of your buddies, and tell them to bring over as much beer as they can get their hands onto, because you are having yourself a party. Make sure you are the one pouring the beer. Practice makes perfect.