Looking for some Food & Beer Pairings? We’ve compiled a quick list of food pairings for Stout and Porter Beers.

What Food to Pair With Stout Beer and Porters

 

Pair Sweet Breakfasts & Sweet Stouts

Any sweet, syrup-filled breakfast pairs perfectly with a Sweet Stout as opposed to a cup of coffee. Try out this sweet beer-soaked French toast recipe for your next Sunday brunch.

A Sweet Stout We Recommend: Wicked Weed Brewing’s French Toast Stout

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Pair Guinness with Oysters

Wondering what to pair with Guinness? 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!

No Guinness? No problem! Check out other Stout Beers Similar to Guinness.

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Pair Dark Stouts or Porters with Beefy Stews For Dinner

A dark stout or porter is the perfect drink pairing for your delicious beefy stew! Looking for a new dinner recipe? Try out this Guinness Beef Stew.

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Pair Barbecued or Grilled Meats With American Porters

BBQ’d meats are perfect with an American-style porter. Want to add a bit more beer into your meal? Try making your own beer BBQ sauce!
An American-Style Porter We Love: Great Lakes Brewing’s Edmund Fitzgerald Porter

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Image by: Stephanie McCabe on Unsplash

 

Pair Dark Stout Beers With Strong Cheeses

Who says wine is the only drink to pair with cheese! Pair strong cheeses with Dark Beers for a delicious match made in beer-heaven.

A Dark Beer and Cheese Combination We Love: Pepper Jack Cheese and Stout

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Image by: Jez Timms

 

Pair Desserts with a Porter or Imperial Stout Beer

If you don’t have much of a sweet tooth and enjoy black coffee with your chocolate, you’ll enjoy a porter or an imperial stout too. Try making cupcakes with your favourite porter.

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Pair An Imperial Stout with Vanilla Ice Cream

Pair an imperial stout and vanilla ice cream to make a delicious beer float!

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