Do you suffer from Cenosillicaphobia?
Here are some fun facts about beer you never knew
Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty beer glass. Yes, that’s a real thing. And, other than guzzling the holy amber during summers (and winters – no one can stop a beer lover), mankind has used it to wash hair, as a stain remover and of course, for culinary purposes.
Here are some shocking facts about beer we bet you didn’t know:
1. Egyptian pharaohs respected beer so much that they made it their national currency.
2. The gods seem to have happily accepted the ale – the Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew temple in Thailand is made up of over a million empty beer bottles. Also..
3. In 1814, London was flooded with beer after about 388,000 gallons of beer flowed out of a ruptured vat.
4. Scientist Niels Bohr enjoyed a lifetime supply of beer piped into his house after he won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922. Yes, the good life.
5. Vikings believed that a giant goat whose udders provided an endless supply of beer was waiting for them in Valhalla (Viking Heaven).
Fact courtesy: www.Haikudeck.com
The last time we hung out with the guys at Peroni, they showed us three new beer cocktail recipes that generously used our favourite brew.
Peroni al Lampone
30 ml Vodka
15ml Raspberry puree
15ml Lemon juice
15ml Sugar syrup
Method: Shake all the ingredients together with generous amounts of crushed ice. Pour the mixture into a flute glass and garnish with fresh basil leaves.
25 ml Orange juice
15 ml Campari
Method: Pour the beer first, followed by Campari and fresh orange juice. Throw in some crushed ice and mix them all together. Pour into a glass of choice and garnish with an orange slice.
25ml Orange juice
Method: Shake all the ingredients together and pour into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a slice of lemon.