Not a beer person? How? Why?
We know it may sound shocking, but there are some people out there who really just don’t like the taste of beer.
Have you ever sat next to someone at a bar and overheard them say, “What’s the difference between Stout and an IPA?” or, “I think I’m too full to drink a beer.” Beloved beer lovers, listen up! Try not to roll your eyes, for this is (unfortunately) more common than you think.
If you’re a wino or you’d rather sip on the hard stuff, fair enough; at least you’re not trying to force it. Then again, if you’re not sure which kind of drink soothes your soul the most, nothing is worse than forcing yourself to drink something you don’t even like. And let’s be real, a true beer lover is never too full for a beer. Ever.
Still trying to figure out your go-to drink of choice? Here are three signs you’re definitely not a beer person.
You Don’t Have a Favorite Craft Brewery
When a beer-lover takes a glance at the drink menu, there’s one thing they always do first: search for a beer from their favorite craft brewery. If Dogfish Head, Lagunitas, or Stone Brewing Co. don’t ring a bell, brush up on your beer knowledge and take a look at our list of the 50 best craft breweries in America.
You Don’t Know The Different Types
Stout, Lambic, Pale Ale, Pilsner, Bock…you name it, a beer-lover knows it. If you’re uncertain of the boozology behind the different brews of beer, stick to the chardonnay.
You’re Not Always In The Mood For A Beer
It’s simple, really. No matter how full they are or what time of day it is, a beer-lover will never say no to a cold, hoppy cup of heaven. There’s no if, ands, or buts about that.