Tag: English IPA

Creole Cuisine: Going to the Beer Bayou Cooking with Beer by

Red beans and rice is a staple of the Creole kitchen that can be served as a side dish or a main course. This version uses a Porter pork stock to cook the beans, and it’s served over a slightly bitter IPA rice. To make this an entrée, add Barrel Wood-Smoked Quail on top.

30 Years of Beer BYOB by

While we usually think of a batch in the number of glasses we can pour, not in terms decades, we can force our beer to the last payment, the proverbial mortgage finish line.

English IPA: History in a Glass Style Profile by

The story behind this style not only recalls the creation of one of the world’s great brewing capitals in Burton-on-Trent, but it harkens the triumph of the British empire, a living, breathing emblem of might and power.

American IPA: Finders, Keepers Style Profile by

American brewers have taken a beloved British creation to bold, hoppy places.