Cooking with beer is the ultimate way to celebrate beer and classic St. Paddy’s Day dishes. Here is a WINNER in our opinion. A fun spin on traditional Corned Beef. This is perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day party!
Pumpkin ales seem obligatory this time of year. We have a controversy within our Beer Chicks duo about this particular style, Blonde loves ‘em, Brunette does not. And within the beer community, people are split. But if you are a ‘yes’ vote in the Pumpkin Ale debate, try brewing one at home with real pumpkin and pumpkin pie spices!
Let's just get it right out of the way that "Coq" means "rooster" okay? Deal with it. Moving on, one of our favorite dishes of all time is the delightful Coq au Vin, which means "Rooster cooked in wine." Originally made from extra roosters that came poking around (if you catch our drift), this is French provincial cooking at it's finest. And it's even better with BEER!