Consider these vintage beer and food pairings the next time you’re thinking of pulling a bottle from your cellar or splurging on a vintage offering at a restaurant.
Small amounts of Munich and melanoidin malts, along with generous heaps of fresh peaches, prop up the citrusy habaneros and earthy jalapeños.
If you have more leftovers than any reasonable person would attempt to eat, here are a few ideas for brewing with some of them.
Grab a craft beer and settle in for some slow cooking.
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This recipe stays close to the historical interpretation: dark brown, sweet, smoky, with a noticeable herbal flavor—a tasty Scottish holiday beer.
Florida was long a craft-beer backwater, but over the past few years, that reputation has completely shifted, on the strength of an intensely creative brewing scene on Florida’s west coast.
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