When pairing beef dishes with pilsner beer, it's essential to consider the flavors and characteristics of both the food and the beer. This Pilsner has tropical, fruit-like character with hints of passionfruit and pineapples. You’ll find that as the beer warms, the flavours will start to open up and the nutty-vanilla notes of the french oak will start to come through. It pairs well with dishes that have bold and savory flavors. Here are some beef stir fry dishes that can complement the refreshing nature of a pilsner. Enjoy the perfect match of premium grass fed beef and barrel aged beer. Designed to enjoy with loved ones and buddies.
What's in the box?
2 x 750ml 2 Month Barrel aged Wild Barrel Pilsner
1.5kg x Premium beef stir fry strips
Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry:The savory soy-based sauce and the tender beef pair well with the clean and crisp profile of pilsner. The bitterness of the beer can balance the richness of the beef.
Garlic Ginger Beef Stir Fry:The combination of garlic and ginger adds a zesty kick to the beef, creating a flavorful stir fry. Pilsner's light and refreshing qualities can help cleanse the palate between bites.
Spicy Beef Stir Fry:If your stir fry has a bit of heat from chili peppers or hot sauce, the pilsner can help cool the palate and refresh the taste buds. The beer's crispness contrasts with the spiciness, providing a nice balance.
Mongolian Beef Stir Fry:The sweet and savory flavors of Mongolian beef can be complemented by the clean and slightly bitter notes of a pilsner. The beer won't overpower the dish but will enhance its overall experience.
Black Pepper Beef Stir Fry:A stir fry with a generous amount of black pepper can benefit from the effervescence of pilsner. The beer's carbonation can cut through the richness of the peppered beef.
When serving these dishes with pilsner, make sure the beer is well-chilled. Additionally, consider the beer's carbonation and how it can help cleanse the palate between bites of the stir fry. Remember, personal preferences play a significant role in pairing food and beer, so feel free to experiment and find the combination that you enjoy the most.