Food Brews

MANDY CARTER TELLS US ABOUT BREW­ERIES BE­ING IN­SPIRED BY FOOD

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Brew­eries are get­ting in­spired by food to cre­ate unique fla­vored beers that not only sat­isfy beer en­thu­si­asts, they im­press food­ies.

LE­MON MERINGUE MILK­SHAKE BY TIRED HANDS BREW­ING

Brewed with gobs of oats and lac­tose su­gar. Con­di­tioned atop EX­TRA heaps of lus­cious Mada­gas­car vanilla beans and fresh and pun­gent le­mon purée. In­tensely hopped with Mo­saic and Ci­tra. Big notes of bright le­mon curd, sticky melty sum­mer­time marsh­mal­low, pink grape­fruit, and blue­berry sor­betto. 7.5% abv.

PUMP UP THE JAM BY BACK COUN­TRY BREW­ING

This dou­ble IPA mixes things up with ad­di­tions of Straw­ber­ries and Lac­tose cre­at­ing berry un­der­tones and a nice creamy mouth­feel. This beer is in­tensely hopped with Sim­coe and Mo­saic cre­at­ing a fruity dank aroma to com­ple­ment the sub­tle straw­berry char­ac­ter. 7.8% abv.

DAY BREAK BY MARTIN HOUSE BREW­ING

In­spired from a bowl of ce­real, this 4-grain break­fast beer is made with bar­ley, wheat, oats, and rye, and is fin­ished with honey and milk su­gar. They fer­ment this beer very dry and add the milk su­gar to cre­ate a del­i­cate and unique sweet­ness. 5% abv.

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