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For many years, beer was ignored when it came to food pairings. It was considered fit for bar food and not much else, but that has changed in the last few years. There is a huge range of tastes available in craft beers and many brewers are experimenting with nuts, spices, fruit, chocolate and other flavorings creating an ever-widening world of taste possibilities.

While wine growers are generally limited in grapes, (especially in specific growing regions), beer brewers have numerous ingredients including barley, hops, yeast and other flavor additives to play with. Below are a few ideas when considering beer and how it relates to food pairings.

•Barley levels determine the sweetness of the beer while hops can contribute bitterness.
•In many ways, hops can act like the acidity in wine. They can cut through salty, fatty and oily tastes.
•The type of yeast used will affect how “bready” the brew tastes as well.
•There are two basic types of beer – ales and lagers – with a myriad of subtypes within each category.

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