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November 3rd, 2011 | No Comments

A woman and a man are involved in a car accident on a snowy, cold Monday morning; it’s a bad one. Both of their cars are totally demolished, but amazingly neither of them is hurt. God works in mysterious ways.

After they crawl out of their cars, the man is yelling about women drivers.

The woman says, ‘So, you’re a man. That’s interesting. I’m a woman. Wow, just look at our cars! There’s nothing left, but we’re unhurt. This must be a sign from God that we should be friends and live in peace for the rest of our days.’

Flattered, the man replies, ‘Oh yes, I agree completely, this must be a sign from God! But you’re still at fault…women shouldn’t be allowed to drive.’

The woman continues, ‘And look at this, here’s another miracle. My car is completely demolished but this bottle of wine didn’t break. Surely God wants us to drink this wine and celebrate our good fortune. She hands the bottle to the man.

The man nods his head in agreement, opens it and drinks half the bottle and then hands it back to the woman.

The woman takes the bottle, puts the cap back on and hands it back to the man.

The man asks, ‘Aren’t you having any?’
The woman replies, ‘No. I think I’ll just wait for the police…’

How to Properly Pour Beer from a Bottle/Can/Tap

December 12th, 2017 | No Comments

Anderberg, Jeremy. “How to Properly Pour Beer | How to Pour Guinness.” The Art of Manliness, Jeremy Anderberg, 17 Mar. 2014,

Jeremy Anderberg | March 17, 2014

How to Properly Pour Beer from a Bottle/Can/Tap

The process for pouring beer into a pint glass is the same whether you’re doing it from a bottle, a can, or a tap. It’s also the same no matter the style of glass. Keep in mind that the process may vary slightly depending on the carbonation of the beer. India Pale Ales and Belgians will be a bit foamier than stouts or porters, so adjust accordingly to always get that perfect “head” (the foam on top).

1. Hold the Glass at 45 Degrees 

man pouring beer into pint glass

Make sure you have a clean glass, and hold it at a 45-degree angle while pouring.

2. Pour Beer at Midpoint of the Glass

man pouring beer into pint glass

Begin to pour your beer, and aim for about halfway down the glass. Don’t be shy; if you’re too slow, you’ll end up with no head, and none of those wonderful aromas that enhance the flavor.

3. Tilt Glass Upright as You Reach the Halfway Point

man pouring beer into pint glass

When you tilt the glass upright, you’ll notice the head start to form.

4. Finish Pouring with 1/2-inch to 1 1/2-inch Head man pouring beer into pint glass

man pouring beer into pint glass

The head had already mellowed a little by the time we took this picture, but you’ll notice it’s right at about half an inch. Anywhere from half an inch to an inch and a half of head is perfect.

5. Too Much

man pouring beer into pint glass

If there’s too much head, you’ve poured too quickly, or not at your correct angle. If there’s no head atop the beer, you’ve poured too slowly or at too steep an angle without tilting it upright.

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