Beer + Food = Delicious.
OK, let’s be honest, the nice thing about beer is that it’s delicious, refreshing, flavorful, a social lubricant, delicious, and great for gathering people together. And it’s frickin’ delicious. Other than that, the nice thing about beer is versatility. Flavors can range from a crisp, clean golden ale to a dark, rich and creamy stout. In our opinion, it’s perfect for any weather or occasion.
Of course, every flavor of beer has a wide range of food that pairs with it.
Tip: when planning an occasion, it’s good to have entertainment. Things to have: 1. Beer. 2. Food. 3. Music. 4. A game to play. Things to avoid: 1. Live, uncaged, meat-eating animals. 2. Squirt guns filled with vinegar. 3. Trapezists; beer and balance don’t mix.
For example, our new Saison style beer we tapped last week goes well with lighter meals: fondue, fish tacos or our Salmon Springroll Salad. Wine and food pairings are no different: some wines go great with some things, while you may not want to pair them with others.
Tip: don’t pair a heavy, boxed Cabernet with something light like saltine or Ritz crackers, for a couple of reasons: 1. The Cabernet smothers the flavor of the crackers. 2. It’s sad.
There are a wide variety of flavors, dishes and foods that fit together perfectly with different beers. This week, we want to highlight our weekly food and beer pairing special. But instead of attaching the sixteen page screen play we created, we thought it would be better to show you a two-minute video instead:
We do the pairing every Sunday at 3pm, for $25 per person. You don’t need to make any reservations (perfect for an impulsive afternoon), and you’ll be treated to a multi-course meal featuring a selection of our beers paired to perfection with every dish. Depending on how the pairing goes, our server will also give out a high five.
Also, our resident food and beer pairing guru is there to answer all of the tough questions (“What’s the malt for?” or “What’s the difference between a stout and a porter?” or “What’s the meaning to life?” or “How do I assert my dominance as the alpha male to my cat?” or “Can you please use an adjective other than ‘Delicious’ to describe this beer?”).
Again, no reservations necessary! Just show up with friends, or solo, with $25 and drink beer, eat food, and be merry! Why? Because it’s delicious, that’s why.