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aHughJassDude 07-17-2013 01:04 PM

Beer Tag: Pair the Beer with the Beast!
 
So I'm curious what the best beers are to go with different meats. Pair up your favorite beer with the meat you feel is a good compliment and add the style you think you is best. Please add options if you think I missed something that should be included.

Beef Brisket:
Beef Ribs:
Pulled Pork:
Pork Ribs:
Pork Shoulder:
Boston Butt:
Spare Ribs:
Chicken Wings (hot):
Chicken Wings (mild):
Chicken Legs & Thighs:

NO SIDES PLEASE!

deguerre 07-17-2013 01:30 PM

Free.

pbj 07-17-2013 01:34 PM

Cold

DirtyDeedz 07-17-2013 01:39 PM

I'll play! I'm not well versed in food/beer pairing, but I'll give it a shot...


Beef Brisket: Chimay
Beef Ribs: Cold New Belgium Trippel
Pulled Pork: Goose Island 312
Pork Ribs: O'Fallon Wheach
Pork Shoulder: Local Flat Branch Brewing Company beer called Katy Trail Pale Ale
Boston Butt: Boulevard Wheat
Spare Ribs: Boulevard Tank 7
Chicken Wings (hot): New Castle Brown Ale
Chicken Wings (mild): Budweiser
Chicken Legs & Thighs: Pabst Blue Ribbon

- shameless plug...

spider22 07-17-2013 01:44 PM

Budweiser or Long Trail for all of them

frognot 07-17-2013 01:52 PM

My son is really into craft beers so whatever he brings is usually what we drink. I'm a fan of IPAs so there's lots to choose from. My '"classic" 3 favorites (what he used to introduce to IPAs and double IPAs) are Dog Fish Head 60, Stone IPA and Victory Hop Wallop. Hop Wallop got me on the DIPA bandwagon and current faves are Firestone Walker Double Jack
and Lagunitas S*cks.

legendaryhog 07-17-2013 02:27 PM

What degurre said. And if you're doing the cooking and they are doing the eatin' it should be.

PanamaExpat 07-17-2013 02:55 PM

The only beer that's worth drinking....PANAMA

BeerBQ 07-17-2013 03:24 PM

I can't say I'm much into food/beer pairing. I do enjoy a nice cold one while I'm lighting my coals. I like something lighter like a Pale Ale or an IPA. Summer seasonals are also good.

But the clear best choices have already been mentioned: Cold and Free.

pal251 07-17-2013 05:16 PM

I love me summer Shandy

Toast 07-17-2013 05:35 PM

To all of the choices,

http://i47.tinypic.com/4qj42r.jpg

pitbossJB 07-17-2013 05:37 PM

I love hops so pretty much it's always an IPA or DIPA or a pale ale. So usually Il Vicino Wet Mountain IPA, Exodus IPA or La Cumbre Elevated IPA or Il Vicino Odin's Red. Although I really like La Cumbre's Smoked Porter! Yum! I'll take any of these with anything on your food list.

deepsouth 07-17-2013 05:48 PM

Beef Brisket: brown ale
Beef Ribs: porter
Pulled Pork: american pale ale
Pork Ribs: india pale ale
Pork Shoulder: dubbel
Boston Butt: belgian strong dark ale
Spare Ribs: porter
Chicken Wings (hot): pilsner
Chicken Wings (mild): india pale ale
Chicken Legs & Thighs: kolsch

deepsouth 07-17-2013 05:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Toast (Post 2555494)
To all of the choices,

http://i47.tinypic.com/4qj42r.jpg

canned water?

:wink:

landarc 07-17-2013 06:03 PM

Beef Brisket: Summer: Summer ale, single Belgian; Winter: porter
Beef Ribs: Summer: Lager; Winter: nut brown ale
Pulled Pork: Bitter, pilsner
Pork Ribs: Bitter, pilsner
Pork Shoulder: Bitter, Pale Ale, pilsner
Boston Butt: same as above
Spare Ribs: Bitter (and how are spareribs not pork ribs?)
Chicken Wings (hot): ice tea, pilsner
Chicken Wings (mild): Summer: Pale ale; Winter: porter, Irish ale
Chicken Legs & Thighs: same as above

I really dislike IPA and IIPA for food parings. I prefer not to have to contrast the bitterness of hops with most foods, especially strongly spiced foods.


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