by Deanna Darr
Boise Weekly pays homage to the glory of the cold beer every year with our annual Coldest Beer issue. This year, we'll mark Independence Day in true American fashion by officially naming the 2012 Coldest Beer champ in the Wednesday, July 4 edition.
But while the big reveal is less than 24 hours away, we're pondering an argument we often hear from beer purists who are horrified by the very idea of cold, cheap beer: Good beer shouldn't be served ice-cold.
And while our ode to cold beer might not hit at it, it's a fact that we're well aware of. In fact, the temperature a beer is served at depends on the variety of beer. Sound a little too complicated for beer? Check out the video below and let Matt Gelsthorpe from Boise Co-op explain it all.