Do`s and Don`ts of Alcohol and Soft Drinks Storage

Many pedantic people are sure that a refrigerator should be used exclusively for storing food products, but it is always possible to find some place for everything else. This is not entirely true, so a logical question arises – what rated side by side refrigerators to choose to put food and drinks and ensure their proper storage?

So let’s find out what are the rules for storing alcohol and soft drinks.

How to Store Alcohol

Such drinks as vermouth, cream-liqueur, Masala and Madeira, sherry and port must be kept in the refrigerator.

The same is true for beer, but never try to keep the tare already open. It’s impossible. However, if it comes to a sealed container, then you should put it in the refrigerator. Beer with medium strength is best kept in cool cellars.

Vodka is the most unpretentious drink in terms of storage. It can be left in a dark place with any temperature regime.

Storage of Soft Drinks

When it comes to storing non-alcoholic beverages, a temperature is of the utmost importance. Another thing that should be taken care of is the place where the drinks are kept. It is recommended that soft drinks are kept in tightly sealed containers and in the dark.

Most soft drinks should be stored at a temperature of at least 2° C and not more than 12 ° C. The exception is concentrated drinks, which can be stored for a wide range of temperatures – from 0 to 20 ° C; such drinks as Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola, Fanta can stand from 2 to 25 ° C. When storing, it is important that there are no sudden temperature changes causing condensation on the package.

Thus, it is absolutely not necessary to stuff everything into your refrigerator. However, there are drinks that lose their taste in warmth, and for others, the cold is contraindicated.