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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by RegularJim, Jun 9, 2018.
It was a popular thing to do back in the '50s and '60s.
Same here, except I always say "nein" to the wheat.
Unless you're trying to observe an obsolete German purity law that was designed to keep wheat available for baking when it was in short supply, spices can help create some really good styles. As an example, I put a little fresh Rosemary in a batch I made, and it was a very pleasant change of pace. I don't use salt, however.
I do something similar: I put rosemary on the pork that I wash down with my beer.
We have a lot of seriously crap beer here in the states, and people think it is normal and acceptable.
... I do it once in a while ... It will tame the bitterness of cheap beer ... It will also bring the foam head back up ...
... If you put salt on the coaster or napkin you set your glass on ... it keeps it from sticking to the bottom of the bottle or glass ...
I Like Beer...having some right now......Bud Ice......probably considered crappy by most, but it's affordable, and pleasing to me...........I'm a poor boy........could be the beer, right???
However.....Ixnay on the altsay.....Now...I do like Micheladas, sometimes with a Season Salt rim....Bloody Marys, same.....
Overall alltime favorite would be Guinness Stout...(No Salt, are you insane?????)....Mex brew, Bohemia......and many Euro brands.........Beck's, Heinie, Pilsner Urquell...........but basically, no salt...lime, maybe..............willhowl
Oh, yeah....in a former life,I was a serious professional bartender, did quite a bit of job-related research.......ANNNNND......howza bout Egg in yer beer??????
I would be willing to try it. I’m an IPA guy but it plays hell with my sinuses. I’ve got some Coronas in the fridge. They have to be doctored with lime to be palatable. I’ll try a little salt too.
Go into ANY Canadian Legion when the WWII Vets were in predominance and you'd see the pickled-egg-in-beer thing quite often. Don't know exactley where that came from but I got the impression that a lot of the Vets picked it up while they were overseas,...
Eggs, sausage sticks...
Beer for breakfast!!!
It’s pretty much like a lime in a beer, usually because the beer in question tastes like water with aftertaste. I pick a tastier beer instead.
Never tried it, never even thought about it before this thread.
Of course I would never put lime in a beer either. I tend to the darker, more robust beers.
That being said, I am the product of a culture that put(or used to) salted peanuts in their Coca-Cola. And no, I have not done that since I was a young teenager.....
You can put beer in pancake batter, right?
That I can see.
Whiskey in baked / pork n' beans is excellent.
I do that sometimes, but not to make pancakes. I add beer and cayenne pepper to dry pancake mix, and use the mixture to batter fish before dropping it into the deep fryer. Mmm.
Just in case I try this...
How much salt are we talking???
Does it need to be responsibly sourced Himalayan rock salt or will the normal stuff do???
Details people!!!! I could end up putting too much salt in my beer. That'll make me thirsty, and maybe need another salty beer. It'll be a 'chicken and egg' situation that will result in a poorly_j!
Occasionally you mis-speak: burbon is the way to go in that situation. Yum!!!!!!
Bourbon is definitely great, but a quality, smooth, sippin' whiskey like George Dickel works well, too.
I have never heard of this before.. someone tell me why anyone in their right mind would put salt in their beer or for that matter drink a crap brew..wtf is wrong with you people...hahahaha
Ah, I'll have to send you a bit of this then: