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Old 12-30-2012, 03:40 AM   #11
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That surprises me. Have not tried it, but have heard good stories about that pairing.

http://drinks.seriouseats.com/2010/0...tines-day.html
Maybe in moderation. I had a bad experience as a teenager. I got too drunk and a friend made brownies and I ate a few. Later that night it ended poorly. I enjoy an ocassional chocolate stout or porter but the thought of eating chocolate while drinking makes me a little sick.


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Old 12-30-2012, 03:51 AM   #12
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The local Applebee's restaurant sells a Blue Moon in a chocolate rimmed glass.


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what the hell is wrong with applebees. haha hate that place. i dislike white chocolate for the same reason as above...
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I don't mind chocolate and a malty beer. Bedubs here was serving blue moon winter abbey ale in a glass rimmed with cinnamon sugar, it was surprisingly good.
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The local Applebee's restaurant sells a Blue Moon in a chocolate rimmed glass.

Chain the doors shut and burn it to the ground.

Sorry, is that going to far?
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Old 12-30-2012, 04:04 AM   #16
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Good chocolate ice cream stout float is pretty darn good.

IPA and anything is bad. I'd imagine pb & nutella tortilla and anything is probably the worst food beer pairing.
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I find mints and beer are a poor pairing.

About anything that is really sweet and beer is awful IMO.
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ive done a few beer dinners with IPAs. i tend to lead toward a salty food, some mexican food has worked pretty well and just about any thing with char on it.
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Maybe in moderation. I had a bad experience as a teenager. I got too drunk and a friend made brownies and I ate a few. Later that night it ended poorly. I enjoy an ocassional chocolate stout or porter but the thought of eating chocolate while drinking makes me a little sick.
I don't trust any homemade brownies here in California...I always end up craving cheetos and ordering pizza :-)
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Have you ever been to a beer dinner? If you haven't I suggest attending one b/c I've been to a few and always find it amazing how they pair the craft beers with food.

The last one I went to they made a salad dressing from the paired beer, it was an awesome combination. And at another they paired a chocolate covered dessert with some type of chocolate stout, I'll tell you that dinner was the one that sparked my interest in brewing. Yummo!


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