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Old 02-25-2012, 01:49 PM   #1
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Tonight I'm having a few friends over to do a sort of Great Divide Yeti RIS vertical. We'll be having:

Yeti RIS 2008
Yeti Chocolate Oak-aged 2010
Yeti Espresso Oak-aged 2010
Yeti Belgian 2011

I'd like to have a couple of simple snacks to go along with this, but most of what I'm coming up with are desserts. Also cooking with these is not an option since I only have a bomber of each (although I do have other stouts I could use). I did pick up a few chocolates but that's all I've got. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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Tonight I'm having a few friends over to do a sort of Great Divide Yeti RIS vertical. We'll be having:

Yeti RIS 2008
Yeti Chocolate Oak-aged 2010
Yeti Espresso Oak-aged 2010
Yeti Belgian 2011

I'd like to have a couple of simple snacks to go along with this, but most of what I'm coming up with are desserts. Also cooking with these is not an option since I only have a bomber of each (although I do have other stouts I could use). I did pick up a few chocolates but that's all I've got. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Boozy beers hold up to fat really well. Spicy crispy pork belly works well against a sweeter beer that also has warm alcohol. The booze will cut the fat off the tongue and the sweet will balance the spice.
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