December 8 • Simple and delicious, these are everybody’s favourite. The spice in the sausage is mild and pairs well with the malt overtones in the beer. Wrapped in pastry these sausage rolls pair beautifully with the toasty notes in 80 Shilling. Prep time: 20 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Yield: 24 pieces Ingredients: 2 eggs 8 oz. English style sausage meat (recipe follows) 1/4 cup Fresh bread crumbs,...Read More >
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December 2 • Ingredients: 2 ½ cups all-purpose flour 1/4 cup rolled oats 3 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. baking soda 1/4 cup soft goat cheese 1/2 cup soft butter 1/2 cup old cheddar, diced into small pieces 1 cup buttermilk Directions: 1. Pre-heat the oven to 400° F. 2. In a large bowl mix together the flour, oats, baking powder and baking...Read More >
October 28 • This is a glorious, herbal beer, brewed with thyme, rosemary and lavender it will pair well with the herbs in the tart. The slight malt back notes and crispness will work nicely with the chèvre. This is the perfect way to start a meal. Prep Time: 20 minutes + rising time Bake time: 5 minutes Makes 4 tartes Ingredients For...Read More >
October 25 • A great recipe, the crepes mildly nutty tones play well with the chewy maltiness of Lug- Tread. The apples and abbey style cheese are balanced by the mild fruit notes and crisp finish of this great beer. Prep time: 45 minutes + 20 minutes to rest the crepe batter Yield: 4 appetizer servings Ingredients: Crepe filling: 2 apples, peeled,...Read More >
October 25 • 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...Read More >
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...Read More >
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...Read More >
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...Read More >
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...Read More >
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...Read More >
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