Aall In Limo has created this infographic that shares some fun and interesting facts as well as history regarding one of the world’s all-time favorite beverages – Beer.
Think you know everything about beer? For example, did you know that hops used in beer are of the same flowering plant as Marijuana? Or how about that there are over 400 types of beers? Wear Your Beer has compiled a list of 24 things that would surprise even the most knowledgeable beer snob.
Beer – one of the oldest beverages produced by humans. In fact records dating back to 2050 B.C. show evidence of the beer trade and brew recipes. And while beer doesn’t often get much credit for being a beneficial beverage, the evidence is starting to reveal that beer is just as heart-healthy as wine.
Did beer really save the world? No doubt the benefits of beer go way back. In fact it was Benjamin Franklin, one of America’s forefathers, who said, “Beer is living proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” This infographic discovered at Beer Street Journal takes a look at the colorful history of one of our favorite beverages.
Whether you enjoy the dark stuff, or lean towards lager, the results show that a pint of one, or the other, can have positive effects on various areas of the body. Through painstaking research, GoIreland has worked out how many individual peanuts each drink is the equivalent to eating, how long it would take to burn off those calories and taken a look at some of the strongest beers known to mankind in the following infographic.
Over the last few decades, small, independent breweries in the U.S. have been quietly growing. And though large breweries outpace smaller ones in annual production, craft beers are using their local roots, small scale, and unique offerings to attract devout followers and loyal customers.
In this infographic from Total DUI, learn how light beer is made and what makes it “lighter” than its counterparts. Additionally some information is provided on which types of drinks will get you drunk faster as well as other factors that determine how quickly a person might get intoxicated.