Beer and Food go very well together. What Quick Beer Food Pairing rules to follow is the question.
You may find that a Summer Shandy Recipe is just what someone who doesn’t like beer will like. Here, let’s give it a try! It’s so simple; it’s child’s play for adult children. Summer Shandy is mix of a light style beer and lemonade, or flavored sparkling water.
Radler – aka Shandy
Radler is a coolant that refreshes, is light on taste, and gives you a “livin’ is easy” feeling? You know – this one could be called a “lawn mower” beer.
Wow! Chocolate Stout Milkshake? Can you say, sweet and easy? This Chocolate Stout Milkshake recipe is just that. I can…
The Yard Glass or Long Glass, so called because it is about one yard (3 feet) long – is of English origin. Long and slender, it has a trumpet-shaped opening and a bulbous bottom that is supported in a wooden stand.
Grilling and craft beer go together so well! Grilled Chicken marinated with Beer and Garlic is no exception. Of course any extra beer is for drinking. It’s hot while running a grill and an outdoor chef needs coolant. So fire up your grill and get ready!
In the 17th century, England colonized India and stationed military and other English citizens there. Military men were accustomed to drinking 1 gallon of ale a day and expected the same when stationed abroad. That was a big problem for British Ale in India.
This delicious recipe of Beer Pork Ribs has an Irish twist with the addition of Guinness Irish Stout. From the great food blog of guest Chef Lisa @ the CookingBride.com, this beer pork rib recipe is sure to be one of your favorites too!
Craft Beer Kielbasa Recipe with Brown Sugar and Sauerkraut is just what you need for a great summer time cookout – without having to be too hot. Slow cooking goodness in the cool of your home.
OK, have you got your appetite on? Good! I do, too – so let’s go!
“Where are we going?”
We’re going to a Craft Beer Food Pairing Party! A Flight Party.
Get ready for some great craft beer and great food, too!