By Mairyn Chorney on Feb. 03, 2017
1. Sweet Breakfasts
Oysters and Guinness is one of the world’s best classic beer pairings. Find a local pub that has “Buck-A-Shuck” night and go crazy!
3. Beefy Stews
A dark stout or porter is the perfect drink pairing for your delicious beefy stew! Looking for a new recipe? Try out this Guinness Beef Stew.
4. Boiled Bacon and Cabbage
This classic St. Patrick’s Day meal can only get better paired with a smooth dark creamy Irish stout. Mmmm.
5. BBQ Ribs or Smoked Brisket
6. Strong Cheeses
Dark beers and a strong cheese is a match made in heaven!
7. Chocolate Cakes and Desserts
8. Vanilla Ice Cream
An imperial stout and vanilla ice cream can make a great float!
10 Words to Know When Talking About Beer
So you’ve been trying more beer lately—not just the brands that you see on commercials that tout things like “crisp and cold from a mountain stream!” or “beer for tonight’s party, man!” but beers that say things like “double Imperial hopped in a barrel” on their labels. And sure, they taste great, but what the heck do all those words mean?
3 Reasons To Drink Beer From A Glass
Ever wondered why people say beer tastes better in a glass? Find out why!
How To Taste Beer Like a Pro
When analyzing a beer, you can’t just swill it down, burp and say “it’s great” or “it’s crap.” And, even though tasting is an individual art, there are a few steps, which if followed, will take your beer tasting to a blissful level.
A Sobering Thought
While we love beer, we always encourage drinking responsibly. These jarring stats are definitely another layer in the drink responsibly campaign and are great to keep in mind as you delve into the exciting beer world.
Is There a Limit to Tasters? & 9 Pieces of Taproom Etiquette
Hey Goldielocks! Are you always concerned that you are tasting too many beers before you find the one that is just right? Here is a bit of taproom etiquette from the taproom experts themselves to help you feel more comfortable and confident.