The History and Symbolism of Beer Tattoos: Cheers!

1. Beer is made through a process involving yeast, malt, wheat, barley, and/or hops.
2. Yeast eats these ingredients and produces carbon dioxide and ethanol.
3. Ethanol is the compound responsible for the alcoholic content in beer.
4. Beer has been used historically when clean water was not available.
5. Beer is seen as a way to bring people together and create good vibes.
6. Beer tattoos are popular and can be found on different parts of the body such as the forearm, arm, chest, side, rib, leg, calf, thigh, foot, hand, and spine.
7. Popular beer tattoo designs include jugs, pint glasses, cans, bottles, hops, logos, bubbles, foam, and more.
8. Traditional and 3D beer tattoos are both popular options.
9. In the Middle Ages, beer was consumed more than water due to its safer alcohol content.
10. The strongest beer in the world has a 67.5% alcohol content.