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post #31 of 44

What is the best to pair with the beer? Form me, pizza and beer still the best. smile.gif

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post #32 of 44

Asahi beer from Japan was very good with spicy Asian food.

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post #33 of 44

I gotta say pretzels or anything salty goes real nice with an ice cold one...

post #34 of 44
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Asahi beer from Japan was very good with spicy Asian food.

 

I have encountered this type of combination but, can't say if what kind of dish if would be. I have experienced it with a sizzling hot buffalo 

wings and tenderloin with a spicy hot sauce. :)
 

post #35 of 44

In cooperation with the Flanders government, there's a booklet out that treats about "Hoppas", kind of a merge between tapas and hop. You may like this very very mucho. Plenty of ideas and nice pictures, but, it's in flemish and the beers are also from over here. This is the link;

http://www.vlaanderenlekkerland.be/218948.fil

post #36 of 44
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Hey Kiwi, since you're in Victoria, I thought I'd say that VB is one of the best food pairing beers I've ever had.
Goes great with just about anything, so you're lucky to have access to that wonderful beer.

I did a beercan chicken once with Victoria Bitter and it added unreal flavor.

Cat Man


Haha. VB is a terrible beer.

post #37 of 44

Guinness with a chili cheeseburger...preferrably in a dirty neighborhhod bar that every once in a while, you can see the thumb sized cockroaches making their way up the walls that the beer taps are connected to. If you've ever been to New Orleans, you'll know what I'm talking about. I mean really, after a 15 hour work day in that city, you tend to get used to it because all you want to do is relax with a nice brew and food that you didn't cook yourself.

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Guinness with a chili cheeseburger...



That sounded really, really tempting until I read the rest.

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Guinness with a chili cheeseburger...



That sounded really, really tempting until I read the rest.


Yeah, it was pretty gross but after the first year living down there, I got used to it. The whole city is filthy but I did learn a lot.

 

 

post #40 of 44

moroccan spiced lamb w/ fig/date barbecue sauce

w/ a creamy Westmalle Tripel ale

 

beef/lamb burgers w/ cheddar/caper remoulade

w/ a Brooklyn Brewery Brown Ale

 

cider brined double-cut pork chops

w/ a clove-scented doppelbock from Germany

 

grilled scallops with Mexican corn salad

w/ an Allagash White, a low-alcohol wheat beer

 

halibut w/ grilled ratatouille

w/ a Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron, a vanilla-scented brown ale aged in Paraguayan-wood barrels

 

open-face grilled eggplant sammys

w/ a Guinness

 

flank steak w/ tamarind glaze and orange gremolata

w/ an apricot-scented, easy-to-drink Belgian ale brewed by Trappist monks

 

OK. How's any of that work for you? I got more if you like. 

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post #41 of 44

Some of the things that wet my apatite... 

 

Mid-rare black and blue strip steak w/ Ithaca Nut Brown

 

Eggs Benedict w/ Samuel Smiths Oatmeal Stout

 

Bratwurst and sauerkraut  w/ Saranac Adirondack Lager 

 

My personal favorite is Buffalo wings w/ Dog fish head 90 IPA

post #42 of 44

Most simple and common to pair with the beer is peanut or any spicy crackers. :)

post #43 of 44

 

Guinness Float

post #44 of 44

Best one I've had recently was Halibut with a well-hopped pilsner from Danish brewery Svaneke.

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