Are we all not just sick and tired of consuming those machine-made beers that are highly commercialized, so much so that almost every other beer by the major breweries tastes the same? You know you want your beer to be strong and unique to suit your taste exclusively and give your taste buds a deep feeling. The answer to this is craft beer or boutique beer.
Craft beer is crafted carefully by a microbrewery. A microbrewery can produce only a limited amount of beer, and a special kind of brewers known as craft brewers are used here. They are immensely innovative in their manufacturing and are highly unique.
You might be amazed that only 43 breweries out of 1759 are major breweries in America. Rest all fall under the ambit of microbreweries. While in Australia, the situation is quite reversed. Lately, the market in Australia has been 100% major breweries! However, with more and more major breweries owned by non-Australians, citizens turn to microbreweries to support the local economy. If you hop into a nice pub, chances are quite high that you will find a nice mug of rich, craft beer gazing right into your eyes, giving you all sorts of highs. With a rich taste, people do not mind spending big bucks on My Update Studio.
Having said all this, one major question lingers is how to differentiate between a craft beer and a commercial beer. Well, the answer to this lies in your senses. Firstly, the obvious one is the difference in taste. A craft beer would have a richer texture and flavor than a commercial beer. Secondly, it would be packaged with all the fancy. Fancy labels, larger descriptions of the beer’s content, and more such nitty-gritty are used to make the craft beer more crafty.
Pun Intended. Surveys have shown that people are even trying out home brewing these days! Homebrewing can enrich your beer experience and up your drinking game by several notches. With home brewing, you would know all the whats and hows of beer fermentation and brewing. You can thus control flavor, strength, and every other factor of your personalized beer.
How amazing is that now?
If you are still caught up with the inertia of commercial beer and cannot take that plunge from commercial to craft, you may try out some of these options. You can first taste some craft beers to get the hang of their uniqueness. You may also enroll yourself in some nice and fancy beer club for a monthly supply of different varieties of beer. You may also do a comparative analysis of commercial and craft beer to get to the root of the difference yourself.
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