Some things in life are just too important to screw up. Pouring the perfect pint of beer is one of them. It’s a lifeskill that every man and woman on the planet should know, yet all too often it’s screwed up in the haste of dumping brewed deliciousness into a glass. Allowing a beer to get too heady or wasting those precious suds by having them spill out of the cup is waste of wonderful beer and an egregious party foul that should never be committed.
Esquire Network’s Brew Dogs is back for a second season of craft beer insanity, so the show’s beer-loving Scottish hosts James Watt and Martin Dickie teamed up with THE “Pope of Foam,” Professor Charles Bamforth to give bros a little lesson on how to pour the perfect pint. This season on Brew Dogs Watt and Dickie will be visiting a different American beer town, celebrate distinctive craft beers and create their own locally-inspired draft.
Watch the clip below. Brew Dogs airs tonight at 9, 8 central.