List of great beers that can be used for cooking and good complement to various dishes
Beers can really make the heart merry and at the same time can strengthen bonds between great friends, colleagues and relatives. Seat back and try to see something about great tasting beers and their respective complements.
Here is a short list of great beers which are perfect for any occasion and can also serve as great complement to some flavorful dishes:
Rogue Dead Guy Ale
Originally made for celebrating the Day of the Dead, the Rogue Dead Guy Ale already reaped awards and is packed with a nicely flavored brew. It can be paired with pork dishes or hot and spicy foods.
A great pair for your beef stew dishes would be the bittersweet Irish Stout. This awesome combination is cinched to make the beef tender and mouthwatering.
An unfiltered beer that makes the Belgians proud, the vintage Hoegaarden is peppered with coriander and orange peel which provides its renowned cloudy appearance. Tart and citrusy, this white ale is awesome when served with poached salmon and other fish dishes.
One of Mexico’s bestselling beers, Corona pale lager is loaded with nice flavor and punch too. When paired with a wedge of lime or lemon into the neck of the bottle it will have added flavor and tartness.
If you linger for an Asian spirit, why not try the greatest and most popular beer in Asia, which is the Tiger Beer. This awesome beer is great when paired with shellfish and fish dishes.
Made from the Philippines, Cerveza Negra sauce can make baby back ribs extra flavorful and tender. The procedure is so simple; just mix a bottle of beer with tomato paste, apple cider, vinegar, molasses, onion, garlic and a very small amount of salt to taste.
San Miguel Beer Pale Pilsen
The Philippines' number one and best tasting beer, the San Miguel Beer Pale Pilsen is slowly making a niche in the Asian market. It is smooth and very easy to drink. San Miguel Beer is further enjoying to drink when paired with red meat dishes. It can also go well even with a small platter of fried peanuts.
This Bavarian treat came from a brewery which was incepted way back in 1886. Easy to drink and leaves a smooth feeling, Erdinger Weissbier is one of Germany’s most popular wheat beer. It is more exciting to drink when paired with a platter of grilled sausages and some sauerkraut!
Here is the list of great beers that can be used for cooking and can be a great complement to various dishes. These beers are also cinched to give you a great taste in the mouth and will make you in high spirits especially when taken moderately.
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