Alcohol pairings with Burgers

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Burgers are symbols of happiness and satisfaction. The heavenly grease has become a ubiquitous part of our fast food culture with its myriad of varieties and the always guaranteed deliciousness. Although it is a dish that is incompatible with exercise, its meaty and greasy flavors makes it a surprising partner in crime with a nice drink. Read on to find out why.


Pork Burger with Apple Chutney

East meets west, this simple but majestic combination can be paired with heaps of different ciders. Celtic Marches Slack Alice is a medium well-rounded cider with a moreish sharpness that matches well with the meatiness of the patty. The mellow light tart finish from the Herefordshire apples also meshes well with the sweetness of the chutney, making you crave more of the burger.

Celtic Marches Slack AliceCeltic Marches
Slack Alice

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Pork Belly Bao

Burgers comes in many different shapes and forms, but the version that we are most familiar is the slow-braised pork belly bao (aka Chinese steamed buns). The fatty porky goodness deserves a pairing that lets its unique flavor shine, and the Two Pitchers Bayou is the drink for the job. This smooth, creamy milk stout nicely complements the bao that'll leave you thoroughly satisfied and wanting more.

Two Pitchers BayouTwo Pitchers Brewing
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