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Unread 09-07-2010, 08:01 PM   #1
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OK, I must admit I have more than one love in my life.

Now on to the beer, I brew my own and have for some time. What is a good beer or style to go with ribs, pulled pork, yard birds, etc. I already have a few favorite styles (Stout, Brown, Dunkelweizen, etc) but wanted to know what you think would go best with different types of BBQ?

NO BMC (bud, miller coors) or hard stuff, I already know where the sill is in the hills.

I was thinking of brewing and smoking at the same time so when we are done brewing we can eat and drink some more. It takes about 5 hrs to brew from start to finish so what would be a good cook? I could get the grill ready throw something on and start brewing. I think some ABTs, a meatloaf, and/or some ribs might be good, but the ribs would need a little attention.
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Unread 09-07-2010, 08:09 PM   #2
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I love brewing and smoking. Never ran them together, but I'd be down.
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OK, I must admit I have more than one love in my life.

Now on to the beer, I brew my own and have for some time. What is a good beer or style to go with ribs, pulled pork, yard birds, etc.
I would recommend the types in cans, bottles, or kegs.
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I love stouts and porters with BBQ. Well, pretty much love them with anything, or by themselves.
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Me thinks it's a personal thing. Que'in and beer go together... and I love good home- micro brew.. but I never concidered trying to match a beer with the meat I'm eating. Never thought of it like matching wine to certain food.
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I've had brewing parties that work out, but usually the kitchen is trashed and it is hard to concentrate on cooking while this is going on. I would expect that if I tried to cook and brew, my beer would be boiling over just when I had a flare up. I would expect that both would be ruined. With guests, it would be rough, unless you went hot and fast, or did something foolproof like a butt. Time wise, there's that 5 hours of brewing, but then there's that little detail of a couple months of aging, so unless you don't mind your guests hanging around for a VERY long time, you'd best have something in reserve.



That's an old picture and I'm embarrassed how much there is now. I really find that my beer preference is dictated more by the weather than food. I tend to go a bit lighter in the summer (not lagers, but a Belgian ale or weizen). In colder weather I will hit the stouts. I do find that a heavy imperial stout goes very well with bacon

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Hey Gore, what doesn't go well with bacon??? That's one fine bacon mug. Never had cheese flavored beer! When done, you eat the mug too. That's a great idea.
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I prefer porters, stouts, Belgian-style ales, and Irish red ales, although I'll drink most anything. Not an IPA or pale ale fan at all.
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I prefer porters, stouts, Belgian-style ales, and Irish red ales, although I'll drink most anything. Not an IPA or pale ale fan at all.
You don't even like Sierra Nevada Pale ales? Dang, they're good with wings...or just about anything.
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I am not sure about the brewing part, but I prefer a icy cold pale ale when I cook...lately its been Dogfishhead 60, Stone or Sierra pale ales. There's just something about the bite of the hops on my tongue mixed with the smoke flavors. I'm thirsty and hungry now
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that is the best stein i have ever seen!!!!

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Hey Gore, what doesn't go well with bacon??? That's one fine bacon mug. Never had cheese flavored beer! When done, you eat the mug too. That's a great idea.

Now that's funny!

This was a very good combination, maybe the only BBQ that when we finally finished (after several days for breakfast), my eldest daughter actually asked when I'd be making more.
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Belgian ale that rhymes with Stella Artois
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Can't wait until it is cool enough to brew again. Anything cold though goes just fine with BBQ when it's this hot.
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Anyone have plans for a still? I'm not much on beer but figure if it's OK to brew beer I should be able to make whisky? Whisky and Q go together, don't they?
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