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    Amber Ale Lentil Salad with Hazelnuts and Cherries

    The nutty notes of a mild ale play well with those in the lentils and hazelnuts, while cherries and parsley add bright contrast to this hearty side dish. It’s a…

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    Lemon-Cardamom Sugar Cookies with Saison Glaze

    Sweet, malty Belgian saison beer adds intriguing flavor to the glaze for these soft cookies, and cardamom accents the spice notes in the saison. The cookies are even better the…

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    Pale Ale Pulled-Chicken Sliders

    The bitter, herbaceous, hoppy flavor of pale ale adds depth to both the chicken and a quick-pickled red onion topping.

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    Mushroom Steak Melt

    This knife-and-fork open-face sandwich features thinly sliced flap meat mixed with savory rosemary beer-glazed mushrooms and onions under a blanket of melty cheese. Here, the steak is initially cooked to…

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    Turkey Sausage and Mushroom Baguette Pizza

    An homage to frozen French-bread pizza, but so much tastier. You can substitute pork sausage for the turkey, if you like.

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    Beef Stew with Horseradish Mustard and Ale

    This hearty stew calls for some nice, toasted crusty bread.

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    Cream of Mushroom Soup with Ale and Cumin

    A far cry from the canned version, this rich soup is rounded by hints of warm, toasty cumin and gently bitter brown ale.

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    Mussels in Beer

    Mussels steamed in white wine is a classic dish, but beer is a good alternative. The natural sweetness of mussels is balanced by a lager or an ale, and the…

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    Onion and Ale Soup with Blue Cheese Croutons

    This boldly flavored twist on French onion soup lets the onion come through loud and strong. Gorgonzola works well for the croutons because it’s not overpowering and melts nicely, but…

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