Top 10 food and beer pairings

3. Red IPA and slow-cooked beef brisket

BrisketA recent favourite of mine, and one that’s gone down a storm at tasting sessions we have held recently, is a slow-cooked beef brisket braised in a red IPA. Incorporating the beer in the cooking is a great trick when matching a beer to food as you’re bridging the gap between the two.

Done well and topped with a sprinkling of cheese – like a Cornish gouda – can mean the combination is divine and has a melt-in-the-mouth texture.

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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