Do regular beers and extra strong beers go through the same brewing process – only for the brewers to add some form of external alcohol to make the higher ABV product “stronger” post-brewing? Or do they simply undergo different brewing processes? Let’s find out.
We’ve all heard the myths before - there are different drinks for different occasions. Getting ready to party? Break out the tequila! Staying in for a dark night of emotion and melancholy? Best sip on a glass of gin for the night. But to what extent are these myths true - do different drinks make you feel high differently?
Beer - quite possibly the world’s favourite beverage. Bottled, canned, or straight from the tap, there is much debate on the most ideal method to consume the golden brew. Canned beer often bears a bad reputation for being related to cheap beer, beer-chugging, and an infamous “metallic taste”. Contrastingly, bottled beer almost seems to be regarded as the classier sibling; bearing more expensive, premium beers. Even most craft beers choose bottling as their preferred packaging of choice. However, sometimes beers of the same brand can be found packaged in both bottles and cans. Let’s explore why.
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