beer and food matching

Most people associate beer with hearty savoury dishes such as stews and casseroles in which they work very well as an ingredient and an accompaniment. With such a wide range of beer styles now available a whole host of recipes can be made and matched with beers, from hoppy IPAs with spicy food to dark stouts with sweet dishes and desserts. Matching a good beer with a mouth-watering dish can not only work as a great combination but also enhance the flavour of both the beer and the food. Here are a few suggestions.

Jem's Stout Bottle Beer Great With Chocolate

Burnt roast malt on the pallet which follows through to notes of liquorice and a smooth finish. Matching a beer of this rich style to food is fairly easy, basically most hearty roast meat dishes or casseroles. Many of you will have heard of this so let’s look at something a little different. Stouts go particularly well with chocolate, especially dark chocolates with a high cocoa solid content of say 70%.

If you are looking for a great chocolate dish to indulge yourselves then try having the stout as an accompaniment to this ‘Chocolate mousse with chocolate orange drizzle’ by Brian Turner which can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/chocolatemoussewithc_87106.

Give us your feedback on Jem’s Stout and the dish by tweeting us @greatnewsome

Sleck Dust with Chicken Curry

Burnt roast malt on the pallet which follows through to notes of liquorice and a smooth finish. Matching a beer of this rich style to food is fairly easy, basically most hearty roast meat dishes or casseroles. Many of you will have heard of this so let’s look at something a little different. Stouts go particularly well with chocolate, especially dark chocolates with a high cocoa solid content of say 70%.

If you are looking for a great chocolate dish to indulge yourselves then try having the stout as an accompaniment to this ‘Chocolate mousse with chocolate orange drizzle’ by Brian Turner which can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/chocolatemoussewithc_87106.

Give us your feedback on Jem’s Stout and the dish by tweeting us @greatnewsome

Frothingham Best with Steak and Ale Pie

Burnt roast malt on the pallet which follows through to notes of liquorice and a smooth finish. Matching a beer of this rich style to food is fairly easy, basically most hearty roast meat dishes or casseroles. Many of you will have heard of this so let’s look at something a little different. Stouts go particularly well with chocolate, especially dark chocolates with a high cocoa solid content of say 70%.

If you are looking for a great chocolate dish to indulge yourselves then try having the stout as an accompaniment to this ‘Chocolate mousse with chocolate orange drizzle’ by Brian Turner which can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/chocolatemoussewithc_87106.

Give us your feedback on Jem’s Stout and the dish by tweeting us @greatnewsome

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