Warm Beer

Honestly, the idea of “warm beer” was created by the devil. It was forged in the fiery depths of the underworld, and brought upon the world to create havoc across beer drinkers.

But to combat this, the heavens created a savior to fix this problem……..the fridge. Yes, the fridge; a magical cold box that can house your brews to make them the optimal temperature to consume.

I say this because I made the mistake of choosing a warm beer yesterday. And yes, I know; how can I make a stupid rookie mistake like that?

Well, when you’ve had a few, mistakes do tend to happen.

(But I digress…..)

But I had this warm beer, and it just tasted like death itself. To be honest, I wouldn’t even wish that sort of torture on my worst enemies. This would be something put in a “Would You Rather” question.

Honestly, we all make mistakes from time to time. And with those mistakes come the consequences, such as piss-warm beer. It’s a sad state of affairs when it happens, but it teaches us what NOT to do next time.

So I am here to tell you, don’t think that your beer has been in the fridge long enough. Even if it’s been in there for 10-15 minutes, give it a little longer. Or even put it in the freezer for a couple minutes; boost the process.

Warm Beer is a travesty, and it needs to be prevented. So please folks, chill your beers.


Have you ever mistakenly had a warm beer? What was your reaction to it? Let me know your stories in the comments below.


  • I think warm beer is common to drink in Germany. But an old school way to get a room temperature beer can cold is to spin that can in a bucket of ice for a couple of minutes.
    By the way. Didn’t you know you had a warm beer in your hand? Lmao


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