Beer is made from grain and water (and other stuff obviously) so it brings together the elements of earth and water.
Apparently on Samhain Celtic warriors held contests to see who could drink the most beer, believing that the course of action would make them immortal…just like any Saturday night down the pub then…
Don’t tell the blokes but according to historical data…women invented beer.
Beer is a good liquid to use to purify the body, just add a little to your bath water or drink a small amount…yes I did say ‘small’ amount.
The Egyptians believed that dreaming of beer was a good omen.
Beer has long been used as a ritual offering and makes a nice ritual drink when in circle.
Beer Magical Properties:
Dreams, purification, offerings
Ruling planet – Mars
Element – Fire
Gender – Masculine (got to be really?)
Information from: A Kitchen Witch's World of Magical Food by Rachel Patterson
Publication 26th June 2015
Food is magical, not just because of the amazing tastes, flavours and aromas but also for the magical properties it holds. The magic starts with the choice of food to use, be added in whilst you are preparing and cooking then the magic unfolds as people enjoy your food. Dishes can be created for specific intents, moon phases, and rituals, to celebrate sabbats or just to bring the magic into your family meal. Many food ingredients can also be used very successfully in magical workings in the form of offerings, medicine pouches, witches bottles and poppets. Let's work magic into your cooking...