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Pizza Marinara with Anchovies and Mozzarella

October 5 • The crisp, fresh notes in the Farm Table: Vienna Lager pairs well with the overall flavours in the pizza. The malty flavour in the lager is complemented by the dough while the mozzarella and the anchovy complement the hop characteristics of the beer. If you don’t favour anchovies, you can drape slices of prosciutto on the pizza after it comes...

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Return of the Mumme – pâté de campagne

October 3 • Although this recipe seems complex it is not difficult and, let’s face it it’s truly only a fancy meatloaf. The slightly sweet, creamy finish of the beer will pair well with the richness of the pate. Interestingly the spicing in the pate is a very medieval blend that balances the spice flavours in the beer. The dates and mustard in...

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Ginger Wolf Crispy Spring Rolls

October 1 • A great recipe for a party. Try putting the filling out on the table and let people roll their own, then have one person frying them. The ginger heat in the beer plays well with the spices in the spring rolls and sauce. The crisp, fried texture of the spring rolls will balance the maltiness and bright carbonation of the...

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oktoberfest - one ping

Smoked Mackerel & Celeriac Remoulade

September 29 • This a big glass of beer that needs full flavoured food to match. The oiliness and smokiness of the mackerel will pair well with the caramel and malty sweet notes in the beer. The sharp, creamy celery root will balance nicely with the richness of the beer and the rye crisp will tie it all together. Prep time: 30 minutes...

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Ginger Wolf Steamed Mussels

September 28 • The ginger and curry in this dish picks up on the tropical fruit and citrus notes in the beer. The coconut milk and cilantro matches nicely with the carbonated finish and the malt notes in Ginger Wolf. Prep time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes Serves 4 as an appetizer Ingredients: 1 cup Ginger Wolf 3 lbs. fresh mussels, cleaned...

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Wild Salmon Recipe

Lug-Tread Steamed Wild Salmon with Asparagus, Oyster Mushrooms & Herbs

August 3 • This salmon recipe was created by Chef Bruce for an issue of Bullfrog Buzz Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Serves 4 Ingredients: 4 centre cut wild salmon fillets (6 oz each) or 4 trout fillets (8 oz each) ½ cup Beau’s Lug Tread Lagered Ale 1 lb asparagus or leeks, thinly sliced on the diagonal ½ lb...

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Fresh Vegetable and Cheese Skewers with Farm Table: Märzen Vinaigrette

August 2 • The caramelized vegetables play well with the malty, biscuity tones in the beer. The salt from the feta is balanced by the hoppy finish of the Farm Table: Märzen. Prep time: 30 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes 6 appetizer or side dish servings Ingredients: Skewers: 6 wooden skewers 12 2” cubes of fresh cheddar or halloumi cheese A variety of vegetables...

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buenos dias

Seared Albacore Tuna with Salsa Verde

July 19 • Albacore Tuna is the only tuna that is considered sustainable and since you can get small loins, it’s perfect for a crowd. The salsa verde is a lovely bright, herby acidic salsa that will pair beautifully with the citrus notes in Buenos Dias. The oiliness of the tuna will be balanced with the by the hoppiness & slight salt character...

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Two Tonnes of Fun Rack of Ontario Lamb

July 12 • Two Tonnes of Fun is a glorious bottle of beer. With it’s deep, rich flavours it is an equal match to the marbling & gamy flavours of the lamb. I love technical cooking terms and one of my favourites is the Maillard reaction. Basically it means that well browned food tastes good. With the long boil of the beer bringing...

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Coconut Cream Tarts

July 11 • Pairing beer with dessert is one of my favourite pastimes. It’s an interesting adventure in matching assertiveness and perceived sweetness from the beer with the same qualities in the dish. In this case the tropical fruit notes and slightly tannic notes will be balanced by the richness of the coconut milk and the spice notes will be matched with the...

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