There's A Beer For That's BBQ beer matches
by Newsdesk - Wednesday May 27, 2015 5:05 pm
There's a Beer for That's expert sommelier, Steve Livens has put together the following 5 beer matches to perfectly compliment your favourite barbecued meats this Summer.
As we move into the summer months there are a huge range of beers that really come into their own for the warmer days ahead. A personal favourite are the delicious, smokey and roasted flavours of barbecued meat and fish which are a hit with a wide range of beers; from the light fresh character of a cold lager to the hoppy, citrus notes of pale ales right down to the complex dark, smokey flavours of porters, stouts and dark lagers.
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The fruity, bitter and roasted notes of this wonderful complex dark and hoppy beer will complement the darker, smoky flavor of a barbecue burger perfectly.
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Just as dark but lighter tasting than a porter or stout and with all of the roasted, toasty flavours, some caramel sweetness and nice hit of fruit and gently bitter hops. Perfect with a savoury, herbal sausage!
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Golden and refreshing, slightly sweet and pale biscuity flavours give way to citrus, grapefruit and delicate tropical fruit notes. A perfect beer pairing with a soft, juicy chicken drumstick.
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The big, punchy fruity hops and dry, nutty malts of this American style Pale Ale at once complement and cut through the gorgeous, rich, fatty flavours of a lamb chop.
Available from: www.tesco.com
Delivering perfect balance between fresh peppery, herbal hops, slightly sweet and nutty maltiness and a natural, dry effervescence this traditional British beer makes for the perfect pairing with the savouriness of a rich and juicy steak.
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