Brews for Thanksgiving

Your Thanksgiving spread is full of a variety of different flavors. Whether you’re looking to highlight your signature dish or find the ideal brew that will complement your entire meal, we’ve got a beer pairing for you.

 
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Courtesy of Sonoma Magazine

 

ALL AROUND

Typically beers that are roasted, malty and brown in color are versatile options to pair with your entire meal. For this, we recommend our seasonal Oktoberfest, Marzen or our Gettin’ Warmer, American Stout for those who prefer something less bready and more roasted.

 
 Gettin’ Warmer, American Stout

Gettin’ Warmer, American Stout

 
 Oktoberfest, Märzen

Oktoberfest, Märzen

 

If you’re feeling adventurous, you might want to try pairing our newest release, As Your Attorney, Black IPA. Dark in color but an IPA at heart, the citrus notes will play nicely with your seasoned turkey while the roasted hints of baker’s chocolate will complement the other dishes on your plate.

 
 As Your Attorney, Black IPA

As Your Attorney, Black IPA

 

STUFFING

The staple of the Thanksgiving table, second to the turkey. While there are endless varieties of stuffing, most are rich, herbal and bready, the ideal flavor profile to play off of the yeasty nature and spicy esters of our Belgian Saison, Rye Me a River.

 
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Courtesy of Finecooking.com

 
 Rye Me a River, Belgian Saison

Rye Me a River, Belgian Saison

 

DESSERT

Whether it’s pecan pie, apple pie or pumpkin pie, you want an equally as decadent beer paired with dessert. Gourd to the Last Drop, our pumpkin infused Saison has a rich, creamy balance of spicy & sweet, making it perfect to pair with or even as a dessert on it’s own.

 
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Courtesy of Marthastewart.com

 
 Gourd to the Last Drop, Pumpkin Saison

Gourd to the Last Drop, Pumpkin Saison

 

From all of us at Angry Horse Brewing, wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving. May your homes be filled with laughter and happiness and your bellies full.

Cheers,

AHB