Superfood and Beer Pairings

Superfood and Beer Pairings

The Beer Fox believes that beer should be included as a SuperFood.  The benefits of moderate beer consumption are strongly supported by research studies in which thousands of people worldwide have participated.  These studies indicate that moderate beer consumption is good for your health. Kick back and marry up your favorite superfoods with a flavorful brew. Below is a list of beer styles to seek when you want the most out of merging the two "superfood groups."

Recommended Beer/Super Food Pairings:

Apples – Kolsch; Cream Ale; Hefeweizen; American Wheat Beer; Witbier; IPA; classic pilsner, Belgian Dubbel; Biere Brut

Avocados - Kolsch; Cream Ale, IPA, ESB; Classic Pilsner

Beans – British Style Bitter; American Pale Ale; Scottish Ale; Dunkelweizen; Dortmunder; Dark Lager; Schwarzbier

Blueberries – Old Ale; Imperial IPA; Imperial Stout; Doppelbock

Dark Chocolate – Kriek; Framboise; Belgian Dubbel; Barley Wine; Imperial Stout; Sweet or Oatmeal Stout; Doppelbock

Kiwi Fruit -  Kolsch; Blonde Ale; Tripel; Hefeweizen; American Wheat Beer; Witbier; Weizenbock

Oats – Porter; Oatmeal Stout; Sweet Stout; Dark Lager; Schwarzbier; Doppelbock

Spinach - Kolsch; Cream Ale; Blonde Ale; IPA; ESB; Classic Pilsner; Hefeweizen; American Wheat Beer; Witbier; Biere Brut

Sweet Potatoes/Yams – Brown Ale; Spiced Pumpkin Ale; Barleywine; Dark Lager; Bock

Tofu – Porter, British Style Bitter; American Pale Ale; Scottish Ale; Dunkelweizen; Dortmunder

Walnuts – British Style Bitter; ESB; Amber Red Ale; Brown Ale; Altbier; Barleywine; Oktoberfest; Dark Lager; Schwarzbier; Doppelbock

Yogurt – Oatmeal Stout; Flanders Red Ale; Lambic; Fruit Lambic; Strong Golden Ale; Porter


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