Since the sauce requires reducing, avoid using any very hoppy/bitter beers. A nice Oktoberfest/Marzen beer would also work nicely in this as well as a Helles.
There are Fall flavors in each of the three layers of these bars: a pecan crust is topped by a pumpkin cheesecake mix and finished off with a ginger ale caramel.
This is tailgating food, meant to be paired with good beer and football.
These pretzels are dense and chewy like classic Philadelphia soft pretzels, which pairs perfectly with the sweet and spicy beer mustard.
Serve alongside white rice and lots of crusty bread for a meal that is evocative of the French coastline.
In addition to adding flavor, the beer contributes carbonation that makes these scones fluff up in the frying pan.
Any good pilsner or blonde ale would work well in this batter. You want something with a good bit of malty sweetness to it with a light golden color.
The ale brings this big sweet malty kick with an interesting touch of spice that melds well with the heat from the sriracha and other spices.
The beer flavor is pretty obvious here so make sure you don’t use anything with bold flavors – a nice summer wheat ale is a perfect fit.
Pork sausages and potatoes slow simmered in a chicken-and-beer broth. Talk about the luck o’ the Irish!
While cooking, do not allow the dish to get too dry. Try to stir every 30 minutes and add a bit of water as needed.
Rather drink the beer than put it in a burger? No problem, the beer just accentuates what’s already there. Take it out and put directly into your belly.
This rich and chocolatey treat would be perfect topped with macerated strawberries or a whiskey cream.
Make sure you use an English Barleywine as opposed to an American one; American Barleywines can tend to be more “hoppy”.
This goulash is a little creamier than a typical Czech goulash would be – it’s more along the lines of a Hungarian goulash.
Of all the world’s cuisines, there are very few that marry up to a nice pint better than that of Ireland.
This dish gets better as time goes on, so if you’re having a party, prepare this the day before and then plop it in a crock pot to warm up.