Hey beer lovers, have you noticed a trend in the craft beer scene lately? More and more breweries are offering mid strength beers, which have lower alcohol content than regular beers. Why is that? And why are people drinking them?
Well, there are a few reasons why mid strength craft beers are becoming popular. One is that they are more sessionable, meaning you can drink more of them without getting too drunk or feeling bloated. Another is that they are more responsible, meaning you can enjoy a few beers and still drive home safely or go to work the next day. And finally, they are more flavorful, meaning you can taste the hops, malt and yeast without being overwhelmed by alcohol.
Mid strength craft beers are not just watered down versions of regular beers. They are carefully crafted to balance the alcohol level with the flavor profile. Some of the most popular styles of mid strength craft beers are pale ales, lagers, IPAs and sours. They range from 3% to 4% ABV (alcohol by volume), compared to 5% to 7% for regular beers.
So next time you’re at your local craft brewery or bottle shop, why not give mid strength craft beers a try? You might be surprised by how much you like them. Cheers!