As I’m sure many readers know, the coldest a beer should be served is 40-45 degrees for lagers; which is about about standard fridge temp. Darker lagers and wheat beers should be served at around 48 degrees, and ales should be served at about 50-55 degrees (so should take those out of the fridge and let them sit for a few minutes before drinking). Belgian beers, on the other hand, should be served closer to room temperature.
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