Has anyone else ever had a problem opening a bottle of Weihenstephaner? I've had three bottles that immediately foamed over as soon as I opened it, which cost me about 1/3 of the beer.
In all three cases, the bottles had been sitting in one spot for days, not being moved or agitated it any way. Also, its not like I'm shaking the bottle before opening it, I'm not slamming it down on a table, and I'm not hitting the top in any way. I've never had this happen with any other beer.
Thats what I get for straying away from Ayinger.
:lol: I'm happy to know someone feels the same as I do.
I've never seen Augustiner here, I'll definitely look for it even more now. As for now, Ayinger is still my first and only love.
Nah that's what proper pilsners and weissbiers are for.
I was just going to ask about that. I'm not really a beer drinker, but does watery crappy beer have it's place? I mean, after a long summer's day at a family reunion playing vollyball ni the yard with the nephews, or a long day of mowing the lawn and post-hole-digging, I couldn't imagine puring a guiness or some kind of oatmeal stout or something...
I agree with Jay these lighter and low alcohol beers have their place - thirst quencing but not sweet, and drinkable during the day when you may have to return to work in the PM say. You do not want to be "affected" if you are using machinery - accidents can happen. And after work a quickie and then drive home is OK with one of these 'light' low alcohol beers.Miller Genuine Draft in a bottle. It can drunk alone and tastes best ice cold, or it can be paired with virtually any meal. It is REALLY good with Chinese or Indian.