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Drinking beer and other beverage is an everyday lifestyle for so many people. People who have either a bar or a club would understand that pouring a specific beer properly is essential to serving your customers with the perfect pint.

Irrespective of the brand, knowing the right technique will increase the taste and aroma of the brew. Therefore it is imperative to teach bartenders on how to properly pour the perfect pint because it helps improve the popularity of the bar around the area.

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For a person to be able to pour the perfect pint while serving his or her customers or serving oneself, the steps enumerated below can help perfect your service.

Steps to pour a perfect pint

1. Clean the glassware

Cleaning of the glassware properly by washing it. If the glassware has already been washed, then it is necessary to rinse the glass to remove any contaminant or detergent that can be found in the glassware.

2. Position

The glass should be held tilted at an angle of 45 degrees. The glassware should be placed below the spigot while you also ensure that the glass does not touch the spigot. This position should be maintained until the glass is half full.

3. Start your pour

The spigot should be opened quickly and swiftly, but it should not be done with the application of much force. If the tap handle is longer, the handle should be grabbed from its base. People often make the mistake of grabbing the handle from the top, and they end up not getting the right pint.

4. Right amount of head

If the beer is half full, the glass should be gradually placed at an upright position (90 degrees), and the middle should be aimed. A distance should be created between the glass and the tap to increase the head better.

5. Stop pouring

It is proper to stop pouring the beer before the beer gets to the top of the glass to make room for one inch of head. When the beer is at the right pint, the tap should be closed quickly and fast but not forcefully by grabbing the handle from the base.

6. Foam

The beer should be allowed to settle and for the head to foam.

Conclusion

The steps taken when pouring a beer into a glass to get the perfect pint is the same everywhere and despite the medium which may be a tap, can or bottle.

It is imperative to understand that the processes may vary as a result of the carbonation of the beer or brew. For example, stouts may not be able to foam as much as Belgians or another type of beer. So adjustment may be required as the need may be to get a proper beer head. A lot of people may say that it doesnโ€™t matter how the beer is poured while others may also say โ€œafter all beer is beer,โ€ but when drinking a smooth and fine beer, the difference can be seen when the beer is appropriately poured. The fine aroma and flavor are created when the beer is poured perfectly, thereby making the heart rejoice.


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