Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Mmmmm, Beer....

Here at Burp! we love us some good beers. You may have noticed that we tend to sneak a bit of the old brew into our cooking whenever possible.

Fortunately for us we live in an area where it is pretty easy to find good beers. Fortunately for you, I stumbled upon a very helpful website at Seasonal Beers Throughout the Year and am sharing my find with you today.

Here you simply select the season and choose the state you live in and it will find all of the beer that should be available in your area. Along with excellent descriptions of style and flavor each listing comes complete with a food pairing.

We'll do our best to share with you what we are enjoying this holiday season and seasons to come!

In the meantime, don't forget about these recipe that make use of a bit of the old brewsky.

Brussels Sprouts with Beer & Gorgonzola
Green Tomato Chocolate Cake
Butternut Squash Soup with Beer & Cheese
Peef and Lo's Corned Beef

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  1. Oh thank you so much for that website - I can't wait to go check it out!

  2. OK, possibly THE most important website I will bookmark all year!

  3. I sneak in some beer to my cooking, too! :)

  4. OMG how cool, I'm heading over there now!

  5. A guide for beer like we have for wine! Great idea!!

  6. I've never cooked with beer. It looks interesting though...

  7. Fabulous! Is the "Beer is the new Wine" happening in the States as well? My brother is a home brewer, which used to be such an 'anorak' thing to do, but now it is quite cool, which funnily I think disappoints him somewhat!

  8. Lisa - Yeah, beer is getting pretty big over here... although living in the Milwaukee area might impact that (we've traditionally been the home of a number of great breweries). Microbrews are huge here!

    LOL about your brother. I can totally see that!


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