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Starch, Starch Baby

From french fries to potato salad, the recipes in this collection celebrate everyone’s favorite tuber. Beer is a perfect ingredient to use with potatoes, and in most cases your favorite beer can be substituted for any liquid addition in your recipe. Always remember to match intensities with cooking with craft beer. Stronger food flavors can handle and match bigger beer flavors and vice versa.

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Garlic Salted Beer Baked French Fries

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Garlic, Salted, Beer-Baked French Fries

These crispy beer-soaked french fries from The Edible Perspective are the perfect side or start to a fun summer meal. Other herbs we think might be delish: sage, rosemary, chives or thyme.

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sweet potato fries

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Sweet Potato Brown Ale Fries

Her garlic, salted, beer-baked fries were such a hit, we asked The Edible Perspective to share her delicious brown ale-soaked sweet potato fries version of the recipe. Enjoy!

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Ranger IPA and Basil Mashed Potatoes

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Ranger IPA and Basil Mashed Potatoes

New Belgium Brewing's Ranger IPA lends a light citrus flavor to these mashed potatoes while the basil adds nice color and aroma. These make the perfect side dish to accompany a hearty dinner.

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