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Pairing Beer & Food
The malty sweetness of a Marzen (Oktoberfest) rounds out the spices of the sausage and pairs well with the fontina in the cheese sauce.
A clean and bright wheat beer pairs perfectly with the sweetness of the potatoes and the tart herbal flavor in the chutney.
A Pilsner is the perfect pairing for these wontons because it’s clean, fresh, and not so overpowering as to mitigate the sweet and sour of the Nuoc Cham.
In this light and satisfying dish, beer complements the graininess of the soba noodles well, and the light and fresh flavors mingled with soy contrast with a cold, refreshing wheat beer.
Here is a simple soup, using very few ingredients and an English barleywine.
Grab your favorite oatmeal stout and head for the kitchen to try this recipe for a rich and creamy cheesecake.
A dry Dortmunder in both the fritters and the jelly helps balance the sweetness of the corn and jelly.
The tart apples, hint of cinnamon, and stout (pumpkin or tropical) in the chutney accentuate the rich, gamy taste of the duck.
These Milanese-style chicken breasts are punched up by the use of a California Common in the batter.
A rich stout and honey reduction provides a great counterpoint to the spicy tuna, ginger, and Sriracha mixture in this elegant dish.