When buying(baying) beer every drinker is faced with a choice. The brew(breu) is both bottled and canned. Is there a difference between the two? Which should be bought? Beer is just beer, right? Or is it? There are some important differences between the bottle and the can to consider that just might help you make a decision better. suited(suded) to your own tastes(teist)and preferences (and enjoyment) the next time you are standing in front of the beer case. Is it important knowledge? Yes it is. Consider that 30 billion gallons of beer are drunk throughout the world every year.
If you are going for a smoother, fresher taste I would choose bottled beer. Bottles keep colder longer than cans do. Have you ever noticed how much thicker they are than cans? Theyfunction a lot like an ice sculpture with ale inside. Another side effect of this ice like bottle is that you don’t get that fast moving froth that spills over the top as easily as cans do.
Bottles just don’t get shaken up as easily. The glass bottles seem to keep the carbonation down. This allows you to enjoy the full taste of whichever beer you choose to drink. This also allows you to chugbeer at a higher rate. Just in case you need to catch that b.
It’s not one of the expensive beers or as popular as Corona, Sol or Indio but if you like the taste beer and don’t have the money for Heineken I believe this is the way to go. Natural Light runs in the supermarket for about one hundred pesos a twelve pack. A definite advantage is people get turned away by the stronger taste and it isn’ta beer most people have tried. This in turn allows you to drink more because you don’t get the beggars asking for beers constantly.
There are some drawbacks to the glass bottle also. The most important is the danger of the bottle. If dropped, glass breaks and you have a messy job picking up small pieces of broken glass trying not to draw blood. Situations can be even worse in the hands of thewrong drunk. The bottle can be broken and used violently which would ruin everybody’s night. Just something to think about when headed out to where-ever your travels might take you.
As you can see there are pros and cons to both sides of the table here. I hope there are some helpful hints that will impact your next trip to the liquor store and you are in front of that beer case. Of course, itis your own personal preference but keep all the facts in mind. Bottles might keep colder and taste smoother but cans are easier to carry and get colder quicker. Just take some time to think about it. Always ask yourself what you want out of your beer tonight
In conclusion, doesn’t care which one do you choose the most import is enjoy it and remember: always drink responsibly and never drink anddrive.
En la compra de cerveza cada bebedor se enfrenta a una elección. La cerveza es a la vez embotellados y enlatados. ¿Hay alguna diferencia entre los dos? ¿Qué se debe comprar? La cerveza es la cerveza, ¿verdad? ¿O es? Hay algunas diferencias importantes entre la botella y la puede considerar que podría ayudarle a tomar una decisión mejor se adapte a sus gustos y preferencias (y disfrute)la próxima vez que estés de pie en frente de la caja de cerveza. ¿Es importante el conocimiento? Sí, lo es. Tenga en cuenta que el 30 por mil millones de galones de cerveza se consumen en todo el mundo cada año.
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