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Why Beer Shouldnt Be Served in a Frosted Glass

Why Beer Shouldn't Be Served in a Frosted Glass

By: Guest Author | November 1, 2017 | in: Beer Tips

Controlling the temperature of beer during storage is very important to help maintain freshness, flavors, and aromatics. According to the Brewers Association Draught Beer Quality Manual, kegs should be stored between 36-38 degrees Fahrenheit, while draft lines should be refrigerated or insulated to properly maintain the serving temperature of the beer you're serving. So, what happens when a frosted glass causes the beer to be served at a lower temperature than recommended?

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