Craft Beer and Food Pairing Chart

Craft Beer and Food Pairing Chart

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beer and food pairing

For centuries, if you asked a restaurant server in any mid-range to upscale American eatery what drink to pair with a certain dish, he’d bring over the sommelier and a wine bottle negotiation would ensue. But in the last five years, there’s been a paradigm shift: Beer has made it onto the menu as more than an afterthought. Beverage directors, chefs, and even wine lovers have learned that beer has an amazing capacity to pair with all kinds of foods. As a result, beer sommeliers have popped up in cities across the country, especially Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and Portland, Oregon. Beer-and-food tasting events have multiplied exponentially—the monthly lists at beerfestivals.org are enormous. Nowadays, asking for a beer no longer means you’re simply afraid of wine (or the type of person who wears face paint to football games).

 

Beer may actually be more food-friendly than wine is. There is certainly more room for flavor variety. Winemakers, after all, have one ingredient to play with: grapes. Two, if you count wood barrel–aging. Beermakers, on the other hand, can experiment with barley (which adds sweetness), hops (which provide bitterness), yeast (which lend that characteristic “bready” flavor), as well as spices, nuts, chocolate, fruits, and vegetables. You have tried framboise (raspberry) and pumpkin beer, right? Even the world’s greatest experimental chef, elBulli’s Ferran Adrià, believes in beer’s flavor-matching prowess: He recently released Estrella Damm Inedit (made with barley, malt, wheat, hops, coriander, orange peel, licorice, yeast, and water), specifically created to be food-friendly.

 

 

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