Food and beer matching is relatively new to many people. Real ale sales are increasing in pubs against big commercial lagers, showing an appetite for more complex flavours, but restaurants are still less likely to stock or to recommend beers to accompany their food. As a Beer Sommelier, it’s one of my jobs to promote beer as a complement to food. You’ll be amazed at how often a beer works better than a wine with certain dishes.
(San Francisco, CA) – Speakeasy Ales & Lagers is celebrating 16 years of brewing great craft beer in San Francisco with a huge… The post Speakeasy Ales & Lager’s 16th Anniversary Block Party – September 7, 2013 appeared first on the... Read Post
Lagers, ales, and stouts add flavor and carbonation to mixed drinks. Below are five tasty ipples, in order of complexity. Many beer enthusiasts, like oenophiles and Scotch lovers, believe in the purity of their drink and don't welco... Read Post