Beer, beer, everywhere, and every drop to drink! St. Patrick’s Day, when even lightweights show some appreciation for that tasty blend of grain, hops, yeast, and water, makes the perfect opportunity to discuss which vapes go best with a brew.
Lucky you — we’ve got some fine pairings on tap!
Good for What Ales You
Ale is a bit o’ a chameleon. It can be yellow, red, amber, orange, or brown. Ales also have many different flavor characteristics, but they’re often fruity, nutty, and/or sweet.
Brown ale’s nuttiness pairs well with the slightly nutty Prime 15. Sweeter, fruitier ales call for Midnight Apple. Or consider one of the more robust tobacco flavors used in joyetech cuboid tap full kit below for a nice contrast to the sweetness.
It’s OK to Be Bitter
Not afraid of the dark? If you’re a stout or porter fan you’re clearly not afraid of full flavor. You’re also perfectly primed for St. Pat’s, because Ireland’s #1 brew is a legendary stout dating back nearly 260 years. Pints of this go great with the hearty tobacco taste of Torque 56, LongHorn, or Pirate’s Creed.
Looking to balance out the bitter? Chocolate nicely complements any stout, porter, or other full-bodied beer. Try Belgian Cocoa or Shamrock.
Like ale, lager can come in various colors and a wide variety of tastes. Many of the world’s biggest, best-known beers are lagers. They’re also the ones most likely to be served green on St. Patrick’s Day.
While the type of yeast used and temperature during fermentation are what define a lager, we’re all about that crisp, refreshing taste, right? Pop open some Malibu to go along with your pilsner.
Malts in Your Mouth
If you enjoy the caramel and nut overtones of a good malt brew, you can’t go wrong with Tribeca or Devlin. Feeling extra nutty? Toasted Reserve is just the ticket.
Whatever you enjoy drinking on any day of the year, make sure you do it in moderation – and always fill that glass in your other hand with the right wismec predator 228 kit. Cheers!