We used sun signs to determine your ideal brew. Why? These reflect the position the sun was in when you were born and play a heavy hand in your personality (your sun sign basically reflects who you are at your core).
Just use your birthday to find your sign. If your DOB lands on either the beginning or ending date of the range, you’re considered on the cusp. That’s not a bad thing; it just means that you could relate to either or both signs around your birthday.
The stars and malts have spoken, so scroll down to see which suds are your best match.
Aquarius & Saison
January 20th to February 18th
Being an air sign, an Aquarian will reach for a sip with a similarly bubbly profile. Something with higher carbonation, like a saison, is a little sweet, palatable, nice to be around and matches Aquarius’s laid-back vibe.
February 19th to March 20th
Totally in tune with their feelings, Pisces are sweet and highly empathetic. Smooth honey-infused lagers are similar, making them the perfect pour for this water sign. It’s the ideal thing to sip during a favourite Pisces pastime: listening to friends unpack all their feelings.
Aries & Sour Beer
March 21st to April 19th
Aries are the life of the party and known to jump headfirst into any situation. Going for it with an adventurous sour brew is a no-brainer for them. It’s a bit tart, a bit acidic and lots of fun.
Taurus & Porter
April 20th to May 20th
Notoriously food-driven, the bulls of the zodiac are discerning when it comes to beer and food pairings. Because of that, a Taurus wants something that will nicely accompany their latest culinary creation. Thats’s where mild but richly flavoured porter comes in.
Virgo & Shandy
August 23rd to September 22nd
Hard-working, loyal and sweet, Virgos know what they like and stick to it. A classic shandy is Virgo’s perfect match. It’s citrusy, refreshing and a nice way to cool down after a long day of being responsible, which is Virgo’s love language.
Sagittarius & IPA
November 22nd to December 21st
India pale ales (IPAs) pack a wide spectrum of flavour notes, from citrusy and fruity to floral and piney. A Sag is similar – they don’t like being contained within a set profile. Both are well liked and come with a teeny bit of bitterness, but that’s what we love about them.