The Perfect Beer For Sagittarius
Sagittarius is the last fire sign of the zodiacs. You’re adventurous, brave and always on the move. You have a strong sense of wanderlust and a craving for excitement. What beer match is perfect for a Sagittarius?
By Clara Jaide on Apr. 30, 2018
Beers for Sagittarius (Nov 22 – Dec 21)
Sagittarius is the last fire sign of the zodiacs. You’re adventurous, brave and always on the move. You have a strong sense of wanderlust and a craving for excitement which can often cause you to be impatient and promise a little more than you can deliver. However, your enthusiasm, curiosity, and great sense of humour ensures that it is never a dull moment with you, Sagittarius.
The Perfect Beer for a Sagittarius
What makes this beer a match for Sagittarius? Barleywine beers are strong, complex and a little in your face (if you’re not expecting it); much like a Sagittarius. Barleywine…is HIGH in alcohol so those bold flavours are often accompanied by a bold personalities after only one or two of these beers. One thing is for sure, this beer is never boring. Just like you Sagitterrible—sorry, typo—Sagittarius.
Before you get caught up in the name; yes, Barleywines are beers. Wine is made from fermented juice, whereas Barleywine is still made from grain like beers. Barleywines have similarities to wine, however. They are strong and complex beers and among the highest alcohol levels, ranging from 8% to over 12%. They also age well, much like a wine. Barleywines are a dark, malty beer that often feature flavours of honey, caramel, toffee and bread.
A Barleywine We Love: XS Old Crustacean Barleywine
Want to know more about this Beer Style fit for Sagittarius?
Not a Sagittarius?
Take the Beer-Zodiac Compatibility Test Here!
VIDEO: Madison Beer – Dead (Song and Lyrics)
With a name like “Madison Beer” how could there not be a spot on JustBeer? Admittedly, the song has literally nothing to do with beer, but it’s kind of catchy — enjoy!
Doug Ford Political Move Campaigns on Buck A Beer in Ontario
Doug Ford has promised Ontario residents he’ll bring back the $1 beer. In his campaign firmly planted on “Buck A Beer”, the brother of the famous former Toronto Mayor, Rob Ford, is banking on citizens’ love for cheap brews to gain votes for the Conservative government.