Trappist monks brew beer in the name of God—bless them!—and this is pretty much how it tastes like according to Baguio Craft. A pretty strong brown ale “with strong and fruity cereal notes mixed with caramel, chocolate, and nut flavors.” Baguio Craft calls their dubbel Philandering Pauper. Pair it with: CHORIZO CHEESE PLATTER If you were out doing walwalan in the street, you’d call it skinless longganisa. But a bit of refinement, please. It’s authentic chorizo bilbao, “slightly pan fried in its own oil” says the menu.