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Beer’s alcohol level decreases when poured !

- Review of beer’s alcohol content and effect, when poured into glass -
Do you tend to look for the alcohol content when buying beer?
Then read this article!
The alcohol content of the beer decreases sharply when the beer is poured into a glass!
Picture of a waiter pouring beer into a glass
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Maybe you like beer and usually enjoy a glass of beer for your food?
It may not be that strange – beer is one of history’s most basic beverages, alongside water.
We probably know that the taste and effect of the beer is a combination of the content, the preparation process and the alcohol content.
But what you may not be as aware of, is that the alcohol content stated on the bottle / jar only applies as long as the beer is left in the bottle / jar.
Our review has shown that the alcohol content of beer drops sharply, by between one and two percentage points, when you drop the beer on glass.
The alcohol evaporates relatively quickly and it starts to evaporate as soon as the beer is poured:
A glass of poured beer
- The foam crown reduces the alcohol content even more -
It is popular in brewer’s circles and in gourmet circles, to pour beer at a great distance from the glass.
This means that a significant foam crown is formed on the beer and that the carbonic acid present in the beer is reduced.
This, according to some experts, would provide a better drinking experience.
But our review has shown that the alcohol content and effect of the alcohol disappear even more if you pour the beer at a great distance from the glass.
So if you are looking to keep the alcohol content in the beer, you should be more careful when pouring:
The reddish arrow points to the foamy crown that usually forms on beer, at pouring
Our study has shown that even the alcohol content of wine and spirits decreases noticeably when bottled, but since these beverages are so alcohol-rich right from the beginning, the reduction in wine and spirits is not as noticeable.
One thing to start with is to perhaps change the rules on how to specify the alcohol content of beer on the labels of the bottles / jars.
- Maybe it should also say what alcohol content the beer will get when it has been poured into glass / jug?
The temperature plays into the effect of the alcohol
The temperature of the beer is also of great importance for how you experience the alcohol content. A cold beer makes the body harder to absorb, and the beer will then pass through the intestine faster and into the bladder, so that you become pissed off.
But keeping the beer at room temperature increases the body’s ability to absorb the alcohol.
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Information about the article
We have noticed that there is very little information about the change in the taste and effect of the beer when you drop the beer.
The only thing one can usually read about is that the beer becomes more lightly pressed and that the carbonic acid decreases when poured.
But even though the alcohol effect decreases, it is strangely talked about very little.
The examination of the alcohol content of beer was made between the years 2008 and 2018.
If you have comments on this review, you are welcome to comment HERE>
- Review of beer’s alcohol content and effect, when poured into a glass -
Do you tend to look at the alcohol content when buying beer ?
Then read this article !
The alcohol content of the beer decreases sharply, when the beer is poured into a glass !
Picture of a person, pouring beer into a glass
.
Maybe you like beer and usually enjoy a glass of beer with your food ?
It may not be that strange – beer is one of history’s most basic beverages, alongside water.
.
We probably know that the taste and effect of the beer is a combination of the content, the preparation process and the alcohol content.
But what you may not be as aware of, is that the alcohol content stated on the bottle/can, only applies as long as the beer is still left in the bottle/can.
.
Our review has shown that the alcohol content of beer drops sharply by between one and two percentage points, when you pour the beer into a glass.
The alcohol evaporates relatively quickly and it starts to evaporate as soon as the beer is poured:
A glass of poured beer
- The foam crown reduces the alcohol content even more -
It’s popular in brewer’s circles and in gourmet circles, to pour beer at a great distance from the glass.
This means that a significant foam crown is formed on the beer and that the carbonic acid present in the beer is reduced.
This, according to some experts, would provide a better drinking experience.
Illustration of pouring beer with spacing, which beverage experts often recommend for maximum flavor release and reduction of carbonic acid in the beer.
.
But our research has shown that the alcohol content and effect of the alcohol disappear even more if you pour the beer at a great distance from the glass.
So if you are looking to keep the alcohol content intact, you should be more careful when pouring:
The reddish arrow points to the foam crown that usually forms on beer, at pouring
.
Our study has shown that even the alcohol content of wine and spirits decreases noticeably when poured, but since these beverages are so alcohol-rich right from the beginning, the reduction in wine and spirits is not as noticeable.
.
One thing to start with is to perhaps change the rules on how to specify the alcohol content of beer on the labels of the bottles/cans.
- Maybe it should also say what alcohol content the beer will have when it’s poured into a glass/jar ?
The temperature plays into the effect of the alcohol
The temperature of the beer is also of great importance for how you experience the alcohol content. A cold beer is harder for the body to absorb, and the beer will then pass through the intestine faster and into the bladder, so that you will need to pee.
But keeping the beer at room temperature increases the body’s ability to absorb the alcohol.
.
Information about the article
We have noticed that there is very little information about the change in taste and effect of beer, when pouring the beer.
The only thing one can usually read about is that the beer becomes more easy consumed and that the carbonic acid decreases when poured.
But the fact that the alcohol effect decreases, is strangely not talked about that often.
The examination of the alcohol content of beer was made between the years 2008 and 2018.
If you want to comment on this review, you are welcome to comment HERE >

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