Raise Your Glass Game
Great for session beers, English ales, or bitters.
Good for barley wines and imperial stouts.
For high-carbonated beers like pilsners and light ales.
A modified tulip glass designed for Scotch ales.
Designed for Belgium ales, but great as a go-to.
5 Questions to Ask When You Don't Know What Beer to Buy
So you want to try something new, but oh man, there's a lot of craft beer on the shelf. Here's what you should ask your Hy-Vee Wine & Spirits expert.
Why beer can chicken? Because beer. And chicken. The steam from the beer helps cook the bird evenly while keeping the meat nice and juicy. Plus, this recipe requires half a can of beer. What you do with the other half is up to you.
Related Content, Main Dish
Charcuterie & Beer Pairings
Italian Dry Salami
Pair with Kolsch or Pilsner. Both are light and crisp, but also acidic enough to cut through the fat.
Pair with a Pilsner for a light and crisp easy drinking beer, or Gose that will accentuate the salt.
Pair with a pale European lager or a American lager. Both are light and crisp, allowing the flavor of the meat to come through.
Hyvee Culinary Expert TipWest Coast India Pale Ale (IPA) and carrot cake is one of my all-time favorite pairings! This style of beer places hop flavor, aroma, and bitterness in the forefront with noticeable floral, fruit, and citrus character.
Say Hello to Sours
Lambics are spontaneously fermented with wild yeast and can take a year or more to complete fermentation.
Flanders Red Ale
This fruit-forward sour is described by some as red wine-like with a balancing malt profile.
Pale with a low alcohol content, Berliner Weisse has a high carbonation level and a strong sour taste.
Hyvee Culinary Expert TipSour beers have been a favorite of mine recently. Tart styles like Gose and Berliner Weisse have become more and more popular, with many of them being fruited. I never thought I would like fruit in my beer, or a sour beer, but here I am. Can't get enough of them!
More Rounds of Beer
Learn to make shandies, radlers, beertails, and brush up on your beer terms.