Beer Book Tag

I miss doing book tags!! Again this is from youtube, originally created by Jessika, which was originally in Portuguese, but Sue and Megan of The Restricted Section used google to translate it, so here it goes. Please please check out Megan and Sue’s Channel, they instantly became my favorite booktubers! So without further ado, here are the questions:
1. American Lager Beer (lightweight and cheap beers)
A bestseller that you do not have the slightest desire to read

The Divergent Trilogy by Veronica Roth, first, I am not a huge dystopian fan, second this book was over hyped which really turned me off, and third, I was spoiled big time, so nope not going to even try reading it.

2. India Pale Ale (more bitter beers)
A famous book/bestseller you like

Game of Thrones by George RR Martin because duh. Hahah I was so invested in this series, I go batshit crazy whenever someone says bad things about it. haha

3. Bohemian Pils (balanced and light beers)
An easy and enjoyable book to read

Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris made me laugh out loud in public, his humor is just impeccable, one of the funniest books I have read. And because of it David Sedaris
instantly became a favorite.


4. Weiss/WeizenBier (German wheat beers)
A classic book

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, this was one of the few classics I have read, and I really loved this book. Oh the drama, how can you not love a book like this!

5. Amber/Red Ale (reddish beers)
An easy book to please everyone

I would go with The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, I have not personally encountered someone who hated the book with so much passion, so I guess it is safe to say that the book pleases (almost) everyone, myself included.
6. Sour Beer (acidic beers)
A book that few people liked when it was released, but you loved

I don’t usually read newly released books, but can The Radleys by Matt Haig count? I mean it has low ratings on goodreads (I don’t know if it started when it was released or happened through time), but I really adored that book. I gave it 5/5 stars!

7. Russian Imperial Stout (dark beers with roasted, chocolate, or coffee notes)
A dense or unclear book

I would go with something I recently read: Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, I know there is a metaphor behind the story, but I didn’t know what it wanted to prove, I mean he became a cockroach and it wasn’t explained how it came about. I didn’t see what it wanted to convey. The sense of it was lost on me. My reaction to it was: What the hell?


8. Saison/Farmhouse ale (spicy, well carbonated, fruity beers)
A cozy book that reminds you of good times

This is a no brainer! Of course Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, it brings back childhood memories.

9. Fruit Lambic (spontaneous fermentation beers with fruit)
A romantic book

Are we talking about the uber mushy one? Because if we are then I would go with The Deal by Elle Kennedy, it was super cheesy and super cute. It will leave you with a stupid smile plastered on your face. Haha

10. American Barely Wine (fruit, sweet balanced by high bitterness and alcohol, hops)
A book that has a bit of everything

Hmm, could I choose Game of Thrones by George RR Martin again? Of course I can haha. Well that book literally has everything, fantasy, romance, war, suspense, people killing each other, politics, grief, sadness, gahhh literally everything a man could feel. Haha


So there you have it! Thanks for reading and please consider yourself tagged! 🙂


2 thoughts on “Beer Book Tag

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s