Dinner Conversation: Samuel Adams Barrel-Aged Beer Dinner Menu | Arts & Culture
Written by Roger Riddle
For years wine has been the go to drink of choice when it comes to pairing with a meal. However, now we see more and more pairings with beer.
Epicurious has a FAQ sheet for how to pair beer with food. If you type "Beer Pairings" in the search on HuffingtonPost.com, you get a listcomplete with what beer to pair withThanksgiving dinner, beer and cheese pairings, and even what to drink with Kentucky Fried Chicken (I don't really suggest you try this pairing, but who am I to judge if you give it a shot?
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My point is, times they are a'changing! Now more people see beer as a drink that helps accent and highlight flavors in food. We even had a very successful run of dinners at The Rookery called "Unveil The Ale". At "Unveil The Ale" we spotlighted a hard to find beer for this area and paired it with dinner and an album. We all sat around the bar and talked about beer and food. It was a lot of fun, as well as delicious, and informative.
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