The Perfect Beer For Scorpio
Scorpios are brave, resourceful and tend to stray away from the ordinary. Of the water signs, Scorpios have a strong personality and you’re assertive. For a free-spirited Scorpio, what is the perfect beer match?
By Clara Jaide on Apr. 30, 2018
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You’re a Scorpio! Scorpios are brave, resourceful and tend to stray away from the ordinary. Of the water signs, Scorpios have a strong personality and you’re assertive. You tend to march to the beat of your own drum which can often cause you to be stubborn. However, Scorpios intense nature allows them to be great leaders.
The Perfect Beer for a scorpio
What makes this beer a match for Scorpio? Flanders Red Ale (or Sour Beers) are an intense and unique style of beer (just like your personality). Dark and broody like your inner emo’ kid…the polarizing flavours of tartness and funk bond well with your strong personality. Be warned Scorpio: you may find a flanders red ale is hard to find and they won’t be cheap—they’re a rare gem of a beer. Let’s be honest though Scorpio, it should come as no surprise that marching to the beat of your own drum comes with a price.
A Flanders Red Ale (or Sour Beer) is Belgian-style beer made from yeasts and wild bacteria which gives the beer its distinct taste. Sour beers have a tart flavour and range from crazy sour to fruity and light. Flanders Red flavour is a combination of acidity and fruit and vanilla mix as opposed to Brown Flanders which possesses a more earthy flavour.
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