By Justin Beerber on Feb. 03, 2017
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
A Sweet Stout We Recommend: Wicked Weed Brewing’s French Toast Stout
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.
Pair Dark Stouts or Porters with Beefy Stews For Dinner
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
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
Pair Desserts with a Porter or Imperial Stout Beer
Pair An Imperial Stout with Vanilla Ice Cream
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