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Warm beer? Is that a joke?

As close to ice as possible without mixing with the density/shape of it.

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#5
I live in England, and I know nobody, and I mean NOBODY, who drinks warm beer.
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#7
Warm beer is rank, no bar here serves warm beer off the tap... but.........
England's cold this time of the year, so, it doesn't really make a difference.
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I live in England, and I know nobody, and I mean NOBODY, who drinks warm beer.


i could be mistaken using the word "warm" but i've always been told that the beer in england is served significantly warmer than here in the U.S.
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i could be mistaken using the word "warm" but i've always been told that the beer in england is served significantly warmer than here in the U.S.

....Why in the world would it be?
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#12
What? Beer in England is cold. Hence the term "off for a cold one".
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I live in England. Never had a warm beer. Maybe a warm ale.
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Warm beer?

Next thing you'll say is that the English don't have their own written lawbook!


But seriously, no-one likes warm beer. This is coming from a guy who actually drank 0,5 liter after it was in a microwave.
#15
"One common misconception of beer served in the United Kingdom concerns the serving temperature: it is believed that British beer is served warm. In reality, beer in the UK is usually served at cellar temperature (between 10–14 °C (50–57 °F)[citation needed], which is often carefully controlled in a modern-day pub, although the temperature can naturally fluctuate with the seasons."

pulled from wikipedia.

average here i think is between 36 and 34F
#16
Do you mean beer or lager?
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I've never been to a bar or pub here in England thats served beer which is anything other than ice cold
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i could be mistaken using the word "warm" but i've always been told that the beer in england is served significantly warmer than here in the U.S.


they're always confusing it with ale which shouldn't be drunk 'ice' cold as you can't taste anything that cold. ale is always served slightly chilled everywhere, which may seem 'warm' in comparison to some 'ice cold' lager, it'll still be colder than room temperature though. think of it like trying to appreciate the taste of a wine when your tongue is frozen over.

basically ale =/= american beer
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No-one serves their beer warm. Ireland OR England. Research stuff before making cultural assumptions.. Typical yanks..

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Warm beer? Is that a joke?

As close to ice as possible without mixing with the density/shape of it.

Hoegardeen. Yes please.


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#21
Yeah. Maybe we're not quite as fussy in England, but it's gotta be cool at least. Nice and cold is preferable by most.
#22
i think there's a bit of a loss in translation. what might be called beer in the U.S, might be called Lager here in the UK. at least that's how i think it works. whereas Ale is served cold but not as cold as beer.
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^ yeh.
i think there's a bit of a loss in translation. what might be called beer in the U.S, might be called Lager here in the UK. at least that's how i think it works. whereas Ale is served cold but not as cold as beer.

Basically that.
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We still drink lager cold in England, just like everywhere else in the world does.

It's only cause we have a good history of brewing ales which as several people above have mentioned, is served slightly warmer (but still much less than room temperature), that we seem to have gained a reputation of drinking all our beer warm.

I can highly recommend if you get the chance to come to the UK, to try the ales in our pubs. There are literally thousands of different ales, some of which can only be found at a single pub (usually the same place it's brewed).

Anyway, must go, my beer's beginning to boil in the microwave.
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Yeah. Maybe we're not quite as fussy in England, but it's gotta be cool at least. Nice and cold is preferable by most.


If I was down the pub with the lads, and someone got a warm pint, there would be uproar!

Stout is served warm-ish, but should still be served cool.
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Ice cold stout is so weird.
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No-one serves their beer warm. Ireland OR England. Research stuff before making cultural assumptions.. Typical yanks..

Meh, some do. Depends on what you mean by warm, I mean, obviously it's not heated, but it can be served at room temperature. Porterhouse for instance will serve a pint of Plain from the Cask, which is at room temperature (and gorgeous).

Remember when Diagio had all that trouble when they introduced Guinness Extra Cold and all the bars demanded a warm tap also as their more elderly customers didn't trust the cold Guinness (rightly so really).
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Meh, some do. Depends on what you mean by warm, I mean, obviously it's not heated, but it can be served at room temperature. Porterhouse for instance will serve a pint of Plain from the Cask, which is at room temperature (and gorgeous).

Remember when Diagio had all that trouble when they introduced Guinness Extra Cold and all the bars demanded a warm tap also as their more elderly customers didn't trust the cold Guinness (rightly so really).


Stout is served unchilled, but just under room temperature, if memory serves me right, been a few weeks since my last pint of stout.

But by warm, I assume they mean room temperature, and I haven't come across a pub that would think of serving lager warm.
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#30
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basically ale =/= american beer


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i dont like my beer warm, but i dont like it ice cold either. i like it somewhere in the middle. pleasantly cool.
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#31
Where the fuck in England did you go that served WARM BEER?

WARM. BEER.

Nobody serves warm beer here, you ignorant prick. That kind of blasphemy would get you hung, drawn and quartered.
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Where the fuck in England did you go that served WARM BEER?

WARM. BEER.

Nobody serves warm beer here, you ignorant prick. That kind of blasphemy would get you hung, drawn and quartered.



This is how the UK feel about warm beer.
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Stout is served unchilled, but just under room temperature, if memory serves me right, been a few weeks since my last pint of stout.

But by warm, I assume they mean room temperature, and I haven't come across a pub that would think of serving lager warm.

The pub in which I work serves it at cellar temperature.
Porterhouse (and some other pubs) will serve it at room temperature, as the cask literally just sits there on the table.

Lager would be fairly undrinkable at room temperature even. It's only for Stouts really.
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i dont like my beer warm, but i dont like it ice cold either. i like it somewhere in the middle. pleasantly cool.


you know what I meant.

ale =/= lager

better?
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Ew.

Actually, I've never had it, it might be nice. I prefer my IPAs.
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#39
guess i sparked one hell of a controversy huh?

well to give some background to y this thought came up, i was watching top gear the other day and tanner foust mentioned warm beer in england. i'm going to ireland for my graduation gift so i thought i'd try and get the truth to this matter
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