Pairing Food With Beer
Pairing food with beer is an art and very subjective. We’ve offered a few suggestions below, but listen to your palette – and your heart!
Try different dishes to see what fits your tastes. And send us a message if you think there is something we should add to the tasting notes and/or recipes below. Email us at email@example.com.
Our TKR Pilsner pairs well with grilled fish, soft cheeses and sausages, as well as sweet and spicy foods.
Georgia Red Lager
Our Georgia Red Lager is medium-bodied with an amber hue. It has noticeable malty and caramel notes that make it an ideal match for grilled foods, barbecue and spicy foods. The crisp finish of the beer helps cleanse the palate. Also, try Georgia Red after dinner with a Mexican chocolate cake!
Easy Barbecue Chicken
This is a great, simple recipe for a week night. Try Georgia Red Lager with this easy barbecue chicken.
Roaring Twenties Radler
Our Roaring Twenties Radler is the perfect beer for warm weather! It pairs well with seafood, fried foods, meat kebabs and salads, as well as fatty foods and fruit.
Southern Heaven Hefeweizen
Our Southern Heaven Hefeweizen pairs well with fish, salads and vegetables, firm cheeses, as well as spicy foods and traditional white sausages. Southern Heaven also complements sweet desserts and pastries well.
Southern Heaven goes well with seafood and seasoned foods, which makes it a great match for this Low Country Boil.
Roasted Lemon Chicken
The lemon in this recipe highlights the slight sweetness of Southern Heaven and balances the natural fat of the chicken thighs.
Our Tucker Lager has a light and refreshing taste that pairs well with just about any dish. Try pairing it with sushi or Mexican and other spicy foods. Tucker Lager will also go well with comfort food and pub grub, such as burgers and buffalo wings. This is a very versatile beer when it comes to food.
Chicken Tacos with Refried Beans
Transform your leftovers in this delicious dish with tangy tomatillo salsa!
Smoked Gouda and Bacon Burgers
You’ll love this patty melt-style burger topped with smoked Gouda. Yum!