Sometimes even the most steadfast beer fan needs to try something new. While it is commonly thought that not everyone can like everything, a fan of beer can convert to wine. The two drinks have surprisingly a lot in common; they are made with yeast and flavors like chocolate and coffee are prized in both. Of course beer and wine also have a variety of tastes and styles, and for a beer fan to find a need for wine totes they will need to know what wine to try. Luckily because of all they have alike, it is easy to use a beer lover’s favorite brew to pick a wine that they will love.
People who like a good Pilsner for example should try a crisp sauvignon blanc on for size. The light and clear taste of the both will build a bridge between the two drinks. People who would like wine like chardonnay, a dry Riesling or chenin-blanc are those currently a fan of smooth wheat beers.
The two drinks have so much more in common than the average fan of the other is willing to admit and they cross over quite nicely. For example a good beer is never drunk from the bottle, just like wine it needs to aerate for all of the flavors to come out.