1. Sweet Breakfasts

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Try having a Sweet Stout with breakfast instead of your everyday coffee and try out this sweet French toast recipe for your next Sunday brunch.

 

2. Oysters

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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

Guinness Beef Stew
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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

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This classic Irish dish can only get better paired with a smooth dark creamy Irish stout. Mmmm.

 

5. Grilled Meats

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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!

 

6. Strong Cheeses

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Dark beers and a strong cheese is a match made in heaven!

 

7. Chocolate Cakes and Desserts

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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.

 

8. Vanilla Ice Cream

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An imperial stout and vanilla ice cream can make a great float!

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