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I covered how to pour draught beer in this post on the Cicerone Certified Beer Server series, but I thought it would be nice to have a simple how-to without the extra explanation included.
Start the pour by opening the faucet and letting about the first ounce go down the drain. This lets the warmer beer being held in the faucet head go away without going into your beer. Basically you’re letting the bad beer go down the drain so only cold, fresh beer goes in the glass.
2. The Pour
The next step is to move the glass in at about 1 inch under the faucet at a 45* angle. This keeps the faucet head from touching the beer or the glass. The angle lets the beer pour down the wall of the glass, minimizing agitation of the beer. Much like people, beer is better when it isn’t agitated.
3. The Finish
Once the glass is half full, tilt it into the upright position and allow the pour to finish, with about 1 inch of head at the top of the glass. Quickly turn the faucet off once this is achieved. Never pour off foam. If there is too much, let the beer settle and then complete the pour. Pouring a good beer can take time. If you’re serving someone and they complain, just tell them quality takes time, and they probably want that expensive beer poured as carefully as possible, so they get their money’s worth!
Following these three simple steps will get you a perfect pour every time. Obviously this works on any size pour, not just pints. Now go forth and pour draught beer like a champion!