We’re well into spring and warmer months are on the horizon, which means it’s time for barbecues, outdoor picnics and pool parties. And what goes better with grilling up some hamburgers and hot dogs than a nice cold beer?
We bring beers on the boat, pack them in coolers to take to the beach and pick them up to tailgate before a game. There are even dedicated summer ales that pop up during the warmer months of the year.
So how does beer measure up when it comes to our health?
What is the healthiest beer?
We’re sorry to say there’s no magical beer that’s going to fix your health problems – and according to registered dietitian Chris Mohr, it’s one of the fundamental components of beer that’s giving it an unhealthy glow.