Warm beer or cold beer?
Labor Day conversation
In the US, beer is generally served pretty darned cold – “Ice Cold Beer” is typical advertising and then term “warm beer” is colloquially used to mean “meh” or “blah” or barely adequate.
Our mother country – Great Britain – and most of Europe, serves beer that is not as cold. Not warm, of course, but just barely chilled. Definitely not the cold serving that we have in the Colonies.
Why the difference?