Top 10 food and beer pairings

2. English amber ale and mussels

moulesA new twist on a classic pairing that has become a favourite of ours at the brewery came about through taking the traditional recipe of mussels cooked in white wine and cooking the mussels in an amber ale instead.

With some hand-cooked chips, the combination gives the dish a fresh edge and tastes incredible. It is always a winner at The Mariners.

One Response to “Top 10 food and beer pairings”

  1. PP says:

    Great article.. it is time people stop looking automatically to wine and start considering beer options when having a nice meal. It is great to get some tips and guidance to help lead people to the vast and versatile world of nice beer and food.

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