What Type of Beer Are You?
You're setting the menu for your last meal on earth. What do you choose?
- Comfort food
- A salad
How often do you drink beer?
- Only on the weekends
- Once or twice a week
- Special occassions
- I prefer wine or liquor
Your dream getaway is ...
- A tropical resort
- Anywhere I've never been before
- A European cruise
- A camping trip
- To visit family and friends
In your free time, you enjoy:
- Tackling a DIY project
- Working out
- Hanging out with friends
- Relaxing in front of the TV
- Spending time by the pool
What is your preferred beer storage vessel?
- 12 oz. bottle
- 22 oz. bottle
You don't always watch movies, but when you do, you prefer:
- Action films
- Horror movies
- Sports movies
You're at a bar when someone accidentally bumps into you, spilling your beer. How do you react?
- Turn around and start yelling
- Calmly accept the person's apology
- Laugh it off
- Walk up to the bar and order another
- Make a sarcastic comment
When you're not drinking beer, your beverage of choice is:
- Coffee or tea
Pick your favorite beer quote:
- “Most people hate the taste of beer - to begin with. It is, however, a prejudice.”
- “Beer, it’s the best damn drink in the world.”
- “Beer’s intellectual. What a shame so many idiots drink it.”
- "It's a lot easier to start the day when you know it will end with beer."
- "Beer is proof that god loves us and wants us to be happy."
How long have you been into beer?
- I just started drinking beer
- Long enough to know what I like
- So long that I started brewing my own
- I just like to enjoy a cold one every now and then
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The major difference between types of beer comes down to the type of yeast used to ferment it. A beer can qualify as either a lager or an ale, depending on the fermenting process. Ales are created through top fermentation, a process in which yeast ferments at warmer temperatures and settles at the top of the beer. The yeast used to make lager tends to settle at the bottom of the beer, and the fermenting process is longer and takes place under cooler temperatures. The yeast in ales has a higher tolerance for alcohol than the yeast used in lagers.