Beer gardens came about in the 18th century as the result of one of life’s happiest accidents. German beer brewers began planting gardens on their rooftops because they found it to be an effective method for keeping the temperature cool enough for their brews to ferment. Soon, some of the more enterprising brewers found it profitable to begin serving beer in those gardens, and the concept has been booming ever since.
Pouring a beer involves a degree of presentation, and the method of pouring can affect the drinker’s experience. Not only that, but how a bartender pours a beer can affect the overall taste and consistency of the beer. Consider these tips for pouring the perfect draft beer.