There’s something so enjoyable about sitting down to watch a game with beer and wings– especially if those beers and wings come from a place that really knows their beers and wings! If you have been seeing craft beer menus at your favorite bars or pubs these days, you might be wondering what exactly makes craft beer any different than other types of beer. Here are just a few of the differences that make a craft beer menu special.
- Not mass-produced. When your standard corporation brews beer, they’re going to do it on a massive scale. However, craft beers are produced in much smaller batches and are sometimes interchangeably called micro-brews for this very reason. Craft beers are made by artisans more often than large corporations.
- Different technique. There are different fermentation methods that any brewery can use, but craft beer is more likely to experiment with the differences until an optimal result is obtained.
- Often local. When you order a craft beer from a bar, you’re more likely to be getting a local artisan beer than a beer that was brewed and then shipped. This can help you widen your expanses and experience some literal local flavors.
Here at Steamers Sports Pub, we offer a wide variety of beers, including craft beer. We personally love our craft beer selection and would like for you to try it, too. To learn more about craft beer menu or our own beer suppliers, come and see us today. Let’s have a drink!