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Salute! Beer and Food Pairing Festival

Where are you going to be Father’s Day weekend this year?  No plans?  Then plan on attending Salute! Salute! is a one of a kind, two day beer and food pairing festival taking place in Ojai. One of the reasons this event is so unique is that instead of bringing all the beers you can [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Food Pairings

  • May 11th, 2011
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In an effort to expand on the “education” part of my “Beer Reviews, Education and Nonsense” motto, I am starting a beer and food pairing series.  Specifically, I will be focusing on a particular beer style and discussing why certain types of food pair well with that style.  The great thing about writing about beer and [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Food Pairing: The Basics

  In an effort to expand on the “education” part of my “Beer Reviews, Education and Nonsense” motto, I am starting a beer and food pairing series.  Specifically, I will be focusing on a particular beer style and discussing why certain types of food pair well with that style.  The great thing about writing about beer [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

food.pairing: Avec Les Bons Voeux

Beer: Avec Les Bons Voeux (9.5%) Brewery: Brasserie Dupont Style: Saison/Farmhouse Ale Serving: Tulip Glass @ 45°- 50°  General Beer Description: Whether you are drinking a traditional strength (5% ABV or lower) or a more contemporary version (6% ABV or higher) Saisons should finish dry with very little sweetness.  Saison aromas can be quite complex with a [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

food.pairing: The Big Game

I just learned that the “S” and “B” word used together are trademarked and shouldn’t be mentioned together or in conjunction with each other unless I wanted a cease and desist order.  Oooops! So I am going to refer to the biggest football game the NFL plays each year, you know the one I am [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

food.pairing: Koko Brown

Beer: Koko Brown (5.5%) Brewery: Kona Brewing Company Style: American Brown Serving: Pint Glass 40°- 45°  General Beer Description: American Brown Ales are different from their English counterparts in that they use American ingredients and brewing practices, which in return produce more assertive flavors.  American Brown ales can have a wide range of bitterness but generally they have [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

food.pairing: Chocolate Bock

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food.pairing: Old Fezziwig Ale

General description and suggestion: Winter warmers are meant to dojust that, warm you up! These full-bodied beers will often have pronouncedcaramel or molasses-like aromas and flavors as well as a warming alcoholpresence.  These beers also have a widerange of alcohol presence so be sure to check out the ABV before you pouryourself big ole pint. [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

food.pairing: Wassail

  General description and suggestion:  Winter warmers are meant to dojust that, warm you up! These full-bodied beers will often have pronouncedcaramel or molasses-like aromas and flavors as well as a warming alcoholpresence.  These beers also have a widerange of alcohol presence so be sure to check out the ABV before you pouryourself big ole [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

food.pairing: Moose Drool

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