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Temptress Chocolate Cake

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Temptress Chocolate Cake

Bake this decadent chocolate cake using Lakewood Brewing Co.'s Temptress Imperial Milk Stout or your favorite milk stout.

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chocolate cheesecake

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Bacon-Stout Chocolate Cheesecake

This bacon-stout chocolate cheesecake by Tide & Thyme features a pretzel and graham cracker crust supporting a rich, dark chocolate and espresso filling. Finished off with homemade whipped cream and beer-candied bacon, this is a seriously decadent dessert.

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Gingerbread Stout Cake with Caramel Ale Sauce

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Gingerbread Stout Cake with Caramel-Ale Sauce

Chocolate lovers better buckle up! Culinary Concoctions by Peabody brings us a delicious twist on gingerbread stout cake by topping it with a warm caramel-ale sauce!

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Starch, Starch Baby

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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 …

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Taco Tuesday!

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Tacos make any day better, but especially Tuesdays. Beer is a popular addition to many fish batters as the carbonation creates a light and airy batter that perfectly highlights the light and flaky texture of fish. Fish is delicate, so remember to stick to lower ABV beers with lighter flavor profiles. Lagers, pale ales and session ales are a great choice when making …

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Cheese Makes Everything Better

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Beer and cheese are one of the most popular pairings in the world of craft beer. Bring that classic combo into the kitchen with one of the recipes in this collection. When working with cheese (which has a very broad range of flavors) it’s important to remember to match intensities of flavors between the beer and cheese, and when in doubt, …

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