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Light body beers made for summer. These are called "thirst quenchers".
Compliments salads, light seafood, and starches
Blond ales have a great balance of hops and malt. A recommended beer style for those trying craft beer for the first time.
Complements sweet and spicy foods, light seafood, salads, fruits
Pale Ales are the best-selling craft beer in the U.S. They are distinguished by a citrusy and typically high hoppy style with a medium to dry finish.
Compliments a wide range of food. - Cuts through salty, fatty, and sweet foods; cleanses the palate
A style made popular by California and Pacific Northwest breweries. Amber ale is a well-balanced beer consisting of equal parts malt and hops with a caramel richness.
Complements sandwiches, hearty soups, pizzas, pastas in red sauce.
A malt forward beer with very low hops. Compliments flavours that are nutty, savoury, roasted meats and vegetables.
Compliments flavours that are roasted or grilled meats, starches
Brown ales get a bad rap. For some inexplicable reason, they are not high on the minds of craft beer lovers. Considered by many to be a universal food pairing beer. It's not hoppy and lower on the alcoholic scale than IPA which may explain why it gets no love. Notes of caramel, toffee, nuts, and biscuit. Brown ales are also malt forward beers.
Compliments steaks and Barbecue Cuts through spicy with its sweetness
Probably the most misunderstood beer there is. Thinner in the mouth than a stout and less reliant on malt roast, it's drier and slightly bitterer.
Compliments steaks, smoked foods, braised dishes, mashed potatoes
Due to its high malt, it feels fuller in the mouth. It's ideal to pair this hearty beer with roasted red meat dishes
Compliments grilled steaks, BBQ, salty foods
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