The Perfect Beer For Leo
Your lion-like manner causes you to be feisty, dominant and sometime a little self-centered. What is the perfect beer match for a Leo?
By Clara Jaide on Apr. 30, 2018
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All hail the king of the jungle! You’re a born leader, Leo. Your Lion-like manner causes you to be feisty, dominant and sometime a little self-centered. (What can we say? You’re a king!) But your warm-hearted manner balances you out.
The Perfect Beer for a Leo
What makes this beer a match for Leo? Leos have this amazing ability to warm hearts and be extra spicy at the same time… just like a Chile Beer. It’s an unexpected marriage, spice and beer, but it makes for an impressively bold experience that will leave you with a fire in your mouth that travels down to your belly.
Chile Beer is beer infused with hot pepper juice, spicy oils or actual peppers. The heat in these beers can range from mild to burning-your-tongue-off hot. Chilis are often added to pale ales or lagers but the beer type can vary.
A Chile Beer We Love: Sriracha Hot Stout
Not a fan of SPICY?! If you’re a tame Leo, try a Dark Lager.
They’re a darker beer with flavours more palatable by most. Our favourite dark lager is 1554 Black Lager by New Belgium Brewing
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