When collective success is achieved or a cause for celebration, beer would always not miss the scene.
The more you drink or just take a sip, the more a conversation gets enthralling. Stories and memories shared just become more meaningful all of a sudden. Beer also makes food we are so acquainted all our lives taste different. A few common brew and food pairing made it in this list.
Pizza and Beer
Either you want pineapples on pizzas or not, it will taste great with brew. This pairing is many people’s perennial favorite. If you don’t like it, maybe you just haven’t found the type of brew or pizza for you. A pepperoni pizza goes well with a brown ale. A dark smoked brew sizzles meat lovers pizza.
Chicken and Beer
Koreans love chi-maek, the fried-chicken and beer pairing. Their chicken is described to be less crispy and less bulky. Spicy buffalo wings would also be a classic choice for Thank God Its Friday’s. The light lager helps counter the spiciness and fullness they bring. Your beer choices are not limited for there is no thing as too much chicken. It depends on you if you want to add flavor or break down the sweetness of a chicken dish.
Seafood and Beer
Scallops and beer combo from a bar in Surry Hills sounds delectable. You should probably pair it with white wine right but you can’t miss out on what’s more ideal. Cold brew could be paired with clams and shells. Finding the right brew can be tough but it pays off. Try salmon with saison that gives you a kick of seasoning and citrus.
Fried food with Dips
Beer also works well with lots of fried food with sauce. You could have your ordinary french fries that would taste like a barbecue with a bittersweet beer. Fish and chips could be made with brew batter. English Pale Ale for Jalapeno Poppers could send fireworks in your mouth and throat. Drink moderately incase it is too hoppy. A well-crafted nachos carry the most complex ingredients which is given justice by a good glass of craft beer.
Grilled or Roasted Pork
If meats are in a contest for what suits bear the best, pork could win. You cancook it anyway you like except the soup kind. You could have crispy pata, pork belly or lechon. It helps cancel out too much juice from the fatty parts. Brew makes kebabs even flavorful even if some taste bland.