Daddy’s Guide to Beer

Last week, I gave you a little glimpse of my thoughts on beer. This week, I thought I’d do a little public service and talk to you about what beers pair nicely with the type of day I’m having. As we head into the middle of November, the weather continues to decline and the temperatures continue to drop. Thanksgiving isn’t far away and Wife and I are still trying to figure out exactly how we’re going to navigate our way through it this year. Yes. Life is throwing us plenty to deal with and an evening pint is certainly appreciated from time to time. Here is what I like to reach for depending on the situation.

Ale – A little light something. Perfect for preparing dinner or cooking. A little something to take the edge off after the Homework Wars.

IPA – There’s nothing wrong with an IPA. I just need a break from the hoppiness from time to time. That doesn’t mean it’s not delicious. It is. A strong IPA can be particularly tasty, especially after a day of homeschooling.

Lager – Not too dark. Not too strong. Another great companion when working over the stove or grill. Also an ideal companion after the children come home from school and are less than motivated to get their homework done.

Stout – A nice, dark beer that’s not too strong. A stout is great at night after the Miracles of Christ have gone to bed after a day of mental anguish filled with, “Drink your juice.” “Read a page,” or, God forbid, “Write a word.” A stout almost makes you take your time with it. It makes you sit back and unwind as you sip it. Sometimes, that’s all you need. Just a couple of minutes to decompress.

Beer. I’ve earned it.

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Published by bravedaddy

I am a househusband and stay-at-home parent. I offer this sanctuary to any parent, new or otherwise, to let them know they are not alone in their daily struggles and challenges to their sanity.

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