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"Personally, I like to pair Northstar with a big, juicy ribeye," brewery representative Justin Tilotta said. "And a few years back we paired it with chocolate covered bacon during our vertical tasting event. That was incredible."
In Colorado craft brewery's stouts and porters
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"Somewhere between an export stout and a tropical stout," Upslope founder Matt Cutter said, the Foreign Style is rich with roasted barley and balanced by the brewery's signature Patagonian hops, with flavors of dry chocolate and anise rounding out this satisfying brew. Try it with a roast or other savory meat preparation to bring out the beer's roasty undertones.
sophisticated interplay of light and creamy milk chocolate flavors with a roasty base swirling with notes of raisin and plum. It's also a prime candidate to reserve a few bottles in your cellar to see how it ages.
Twisted Pine will release this year's batch of Northstar on Nov. 8. Nov. 7. (Tickets, $40, are limited. Contact the brewery at 303 786 9270 for reservations.)
robust, malt driven flavors, often with some degree of roast, but there's no need to fear the dark. The coloring comes from the specialty grains used in making the beer porters are typically brewed using black and chocolate malts, while stouts often include black malt and roasted barley, but no chocolate malt and give little indication how "heavy" the beer will feel on your palate.
"Generally speaking, dishes need strong flavors to accompany this strong Fendi Zebra Bag beer," said Emily Armstrong, Left Hand's marketing and public relations coordinator. "As far as proteins go, I would pair it with beef or buffalo with a rich, heavy sauce or gravy." She also recommends rich desserts such as tiramisu or cheesecake, or just pouring it over vanilla bean ice cream.
Its lighter mouthfeel and palate cleansing carbonation makes it a good choice to pair with a slice of German chocolate cake and other desserts.
The arrival of football weather usually prompts me enough to look a little farther down the beer shelves, past a brewery's IPA and other hoppy offerings, in search of a full bodied porter or stout.
"I like to pair it with desserts like a salted chocolate truffle or some chocolate ice cream," said Chad Melis, Oskar Blues' marketing manager. "The Ten FIDY Bourbon Balls at our Oskar Blues Home Made Liquids Solids Restaurant are perfect, as well."
It smells like that moment when you drop a straw into a frosty, stainless steel milkshake canister and lean in for a first sip; a slightly nostalgic blend of sweet chocolate and dry cocoa powder. The taste is dominated by flavors of chocolate and cafe au late, a slight roasty undertone on the finish and a light, velvety mouthfeel.
Once the beer settles, I get cocoa, tobacco and a whiff of spicy spearmint on the nose. The nitrogen really lightens and brightens this beer and lends an overall roundness that melds creamy chocolate and coffee flavors with a bit of roast on the back end, finishing with a warming bloom that hints at the beer's 10.2 percent alcohol content.
Here are some wickedly delicious stouts and porters to try the next time you're in a mood to venture into the dark side:
Enjoy it on its own, or pair Shake with meatloaf, one of Boulder Beer's buffalo burgers or even with a chocolate sundae.
In fact, many stouts and porters feel quite light on the tongue, while still delivering rich, complex flavors that pair well with seasonal fare such as braised meats and caramelized vegetables, hearty soups and stews and rich desserts, among others. Think of them as being like a black gesso canvas on which brewers can play with a variety of flavors, ingredients and techniques.
Left Hand recently expanded its Nitro beers: Sawtooth and Wake Up Dead Nitro have joined Milk Stout Nitro.
Wake Up Dead Nitro, a Russian Imperial Stout, benefits especially well from this treatment. It takes a leap of faith to upend the bottle vertically and watch as the beer gurgles into the glass the quickly rising foam cresting precariously close to its rim but watching as a cascade of nitrogen bubbles mixes with the brew is a neat bit of beer technology.
Doc's American Porter, from Crystal Springs Brewing Co., is a robust American porter that exemplifies the style extremely well. It's a more balanced "everyday" beer than some of the bigger offerings, while still exhibiting a nuanced flavor profile that brings together sweet chocolate, mocha, licorice and coffee with a pleasant bitterness and a warming finish.
Stout from Great Divide is the latest in the rotating and ever evolving seasonal incarnations of the brewery's flagship Yeti Imperial Stout. Yeti is a big, complex beer in its own right, with a depth of flavor that encompasses rich, roasted grains, stone fruit and mocha. The brewery tones down the hops in its Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti and adds cocoa nibs, then ages the beer in oak barrels for a hint of vanilla that lightens the middle part of the sip. The overall effect isn't unlike drinking a milk chocolate candy bar, although with a balancing bitterness and a dash of heat at the end, thanks to added cayenne pepper.
Twisted Pine's Northstar Imperial Porter, an award winning Baltic porter, is another highly anticipated annual release. Brewed with black, crystal and chocolate malts, as well as three hop varieties, Northstar features a Bags Fendi Sale
Oskar Blues' seasonal Ten FIDY Imperial Stout is a go to choice for a stout that consistently delivers a satisfying experience. It's a big beer at 10.5 percent, yet is also very balanced and approachable. Although it pours dark as night, its sweet scent is reminiscent of a chocolate malt and the mouthfeel is relatively light. Notes of chocolate and sweet toffee mingle with a muted hop bitterness in the sip, with a dry roasty finish that keeps me coming back for more.
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Released this week to local liquor stores and on draft in the tap room, Boulder Beer's Shake Chocolate Porter is the brewery's first new year round offering in several years. At its core, the beer is a robust American porter brewed with five different grains, including Chocolate Wheat and Chocolate and Caramel malts, with added cocoa nibs.
By Tom Wilmes Friday Beer Correspondent10/24/2013 04:30:30 PM MDTBeer and a burger you know you want it. Now here's how to pair it like a pro. (One way: the bison burger and Shake Chocolate Porter pictured here at Boulder Beer.) (Mark Leffingwell/Daily Camera)
The brewery recommends pairing this big beer with rich, bold flavors, like those found in chicken mole, grilled steak or even vanilla bean creme brulee.
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