The Perfect Beer For Capricorn
You’re the more traditional of the horoscope signs. As an Earth sign, you’re reserved, responsible and well-disciplined. What is the perfect beer match for a wise, at times rigid, Capricorn?
By Clara Jaide on Apr. 30, 2018
Beers for Capricorn (Dec 22 – Jan 19)
So, you’re a Capricorn! You’re the more traditional of the horoscope signs. As an Earth sign, you’re reserved, responsible and well-disciplined. You have incredible self control and are quite wise, but you may often come off as a know-it-all. You can be rigid at times but it’s really because you’re driven and like to stick to a solid plan.
The Perfect Beer for a Capricorn
What makes this beer a match for Capricorn? A type of lager, Pilsners are a staple in the world of beer. Crisp, fresh, and a little bitter to make it more palatable no matter what you’re drinking it with (be it food, or a summer patio). Capricorn, you’ll love a pilsner because, like your personality, they’re reliable, reserved, and consistent. To make a good pilsner, takes discipline, controlled temperatures (buh-bye Scorpio), and a longer time in fermentation. The key takeaway here is that it takes a self control to make such a well-balanced beer; kind of like a bomb-ass Capricorn, right?
What is Pilsner?
A Pilsner is a balanced, light type of Lager. Pilsners are known for their golden colour and clean, crisp and refreshing taste. Pilsners have a clean fermentation profile, hop presence and tend to have a slightly bitter aftertaste. They usually have a low alcohol volume and very little taste as their main purpose to refresh.
A Pilsner We Love: Summerfest
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