Pairings | Saison
You’ve probably got your Thanksgiving wine sorted but what about a beer? If you don’t drink it yourself it may not be something you've given much thought to but in fact beer makes just as good a partner for the myriad different flavours of the typical Thanksgiving feast as wine.
Beer blogger Steve Lamond has been matching beer and cheese for the past seven years and has compiled an invaluable guide on his blog Beers I’ve Known. Hare are his 5 all-time favourites which include some cracking combinations.
Even those who normally drink beer feel the need to put a bottle of red wine on the table at Christmas* but beer is actually just as good, if not a better accompaniment for turkey.
Unusually this week’s match is speculative - an imagined pairing rather than an actual one.
Lotte Peplow sees American craft brewers persuade the French that wine is not the only thing to drink with a meal ....
Judging by the number of champagne offers you see around this time of year the supermarkets clearly think we’re going to on the bubbly this Easter but I’ve got a more offbeat suggestion: a cracking beer from my favourite local brewer, The Wild Beer Co.
I suspected this was going to be my drink of the week before I even tasted it. The idea of a cucumber-infused summer beer seemed so irresistible, particularly when it came from one of my favourite breweries The Wild Beer Co in collaboration with Scotland’s Fyne Ales