I can proudly say that I this blog is starting to come to life, I post more content than ever and I find it very interesting. I like sharing my passion and it seems like people approve of this but, this is not the reason you are here, you want to know why is beer popular and I’m going to answer that question with another question “Why shouldn’t it be popular?”. As long as you know how to control yourself there are no dangers involved.
Why is beer popular?
The real reason beer is popular is because it’s a great way to take your mind off of things and relax for some time without worrying too much about what is happening. However, there is a fine line between passion and alcoholism so be careful. The main reason I consume beer is because I enjoy tasting different types of beverages, from Florida all the way to California I’ve visited more breweries than the number of hairs on my head. I also like spending time with old buddies, sharing stories and remembering the good times, while also creating new memories, with the help of the beverages! There are a few things that sadden me, for example, my grand kid is always on his phone, he doesn’t go out too often and when he does all his friends are using mobile phones as well. They all play dumb games on their phones looking for God knows what game of thrones conquest hack no survey for who knows what stupid games. It really saddens me, frown not, this summer I plan on taking him camping for a couple of weeks, maybe that will change his perspective on things and want to enjoy life more. Let’s get back to the topic at hand.
Popularity of beer has seen an increase in the past 10 years due to the new, crazy, different flavored types of beer being accessible to a higher number of people than before due to social media spread, news and more socializing than ever. As a matter of fact, most of the people I follow on Facebook are mostly friends and family acquaintances who often share the new brewery of a friend or the new type of beer they enjoy. It’s the root of promotion at its finest.
In fact I was thinking about starting my own brewery close to my home, go there every day, watch people taste the greatest beer in the United States. Who knows, from time to time I might get a traveler who’s willing to share stories you only hear once in a life time. It’s an excitement I only thought about for a few months, but it was enough motivation for me to start thinking about my very own brewery. So, do you still question why is beer popular? I think I made my point, hopefully you learned something new and the article was to your liking. Please ask me more questions and I will do my best to answer them or maybe even make a whole article about it, like in this case. The topic was suggested by Mark Hoffman from Texas, cheers buddy.