So, you’ve been hearing about craft beers and would like to give them a try. With so many options, the enormous selection can be a lot less overwhelming with a guide for beginners. Ed’s Tavern lists terrific beers for novices to sample.
Everyone has their favorite beverage of the sudsy variety that they enjoy at home or at their local watering hole. Beers come in many varieties, and there seems to be a never-ending amount of breweries that produce various flavors that adhere to every type of individual taste. Among the many that people enjoy, light and dark beers are how a great many are described and categorized. But what’s the actual difference between them? Today, we found out.
Whether you are new to beer or you have been drinking beer for years, you can admit that there are a lot of different types of beer out there. There are IPAs, pale ales, amber ales, stouts, and the list goes on and on. For help learning which of these beers are dark and which of these beers are light, as well as the differences between the two, keep reading.
Since Ed’s Tavern is NOT your typical sports bar, we like to talk about all sorts of cool things that coincide with our patrons’ love for sophistication and appreciation of the finer things in life. In our opinion, that includes classic cars. Ed’s doesn’t stick to merely craft beer, wings, and sports; we cover every great novelty.
One of the very best things we all look forward to after a long day of running errands or tedious spreadsheets at work is happy hour! Celebrating happy hour at an establishment like Ed’s Tavern is an eagerly anticipated time of day. During happy hour you can let your hair down and enjoy a few drinks with friends, co-workers, and family.