Food Pairing

Blonde

Try this 15 calorie brew with a strawberry, goat cheese and mixed green salad, the beer’s lighter flavors let the herbaceous greens shine, and the beer’s bubbles cut through the creamy cheese. Finish it off with a citrus-based dressing, the lemony notes amplify the ale’s fruitiness. The graininess of the beer also complements the sweetness of flaked fish, both are delicate and won’t cancel each other out.

Gose

Partake PEACH GOSE is crisp and refreshing with a hint of tartness. Brewed with several malts, sea salt, and coriander, this is a fun and fruity twist on the popular sour style.

IPA

The zingy hops can take on a kale Cesar salad and hold its own against aged cheddar and gouda, while its bubbly body will refresh your palate after a bite of a loaded chicken, veggie or beef burger.

Pale

The fruity, citrusy and floral notes make this ale great to pair with herbaceous Mexican food like chicken tacos topped with zesty guac and cilantro or toasted tortilla chips paired with salsa verde. Like it hot? Try pairing this beer with jerk chicken wings, or a spicy curry, the hop bitterness will kick up a dishes’ capsicum heat.

Red

The red ale’s toasty, nutty and caramelly flavours sync up with simple, lighter dishes, like a club sandwich, or a salad topped with nuts and dried fruit, or a mild cheese like Gruyère. This malt-forward beer will tame the heat of spicy fare, like Nashville-style hot chicken or fiery dan dan noodles.

Stout/Dark

Try this stout with any grilled meat or veg — kabobs would work. Roast dinners and stews make easy companions. Finish off a meal with a mild blue cheese and see how it contrasts with the roasty edge of the stout.

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