If so, you probably also like food. And the combination of the two? Now that’s some Ratatouille-style magic, right? 

I spent a few weeks getting to know many of the local brewers in Eugene, quizzing them about beer and food pairings, and what works best with their specific beers and the food on their specific menus.

The article ran today in the Register Guard, and I’m pretty pleased with the results.  Definitely makes me want a pint, or two 

I’m not a true beer lover, instead I gravitate towards wine, whiskey, or vodka.
However, I pitched an article to The Local Dish on pairing beer with food and definitely grew to appreciate a good brew. Living in the Pacific Northwest I’ve learned you need to appreciate hops, and after talking with Mike and Ginger - my two crack sources - I had a wonderful opportunity to grow my palate preferences. 
The pairing piece is up at TLD - read all about it. 
And since we are smack dab in the middle of fresh hop season remember that beer isn’t just for hot summer days. 

I’m not a true beer lover, instead I gravitate towards wine, whiskey, or vodka.

However, I pitched an article to The Local Dish on pairing beer with food and definitely grew to appreciate a good brew. Living in the Pacific Northwest I’ve learned you need to appreciate hops, and after talking with Mike and Ginger - my two crack sources - I had a wonderful opportunity to grow my palate preferences. 

The pairing piece is up at TLD - read all about it. 

And since we are smack dab in the middle of fresh hop season remember that beer isn’t just for hot summer days.