Boom Island Thanksgiving Pairing No. 5: Witness & Witness Honey Rolls

It wouldn't be Thanksgiving dinner without a side of Rolls to go with your fabulous Turkey. Our recipe combines the citrus flavors of Witness Wit with the light, fluffy texture of a great roll. recipe adapted from Jackie at TheBeeroness.com by Samantha Haddow yields 18 rolls Ingredients for the rolls • 1/2 cup heavy cream …

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Boom Island Thanksgiving Pairing No. 4: Thoprock & Cranberry Sauce

Nix the canned cranberry sauce this year and make this homemade sauce using our Thoprock IPA! IPAs can become even more bitter when boiled or reduced, so we added it at the end. This late addition allows the flowery, citrus flavor of West Coast hops to shine through. Please celebrate responsibly. We wouldn't want you …

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Boom Island Thanksgiving Pairing No. 3: Sweet Potatoes & Hoodoo

Our Third Thanksgiving pairing is Sweet Potatoes and Hoodoo Dubbel. Forget the marshmallows and pecans. Serve up these mashed sweet potatoes with a surprising twist! Hoodoo's subtle spice and banana notes will sing when served alongside this dish. Recipe courtesy of Rachel Ray serves 8 Ingredients: • 3 lbs sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into …

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Boom Island Pairing No. 2: Stuffing & Silvius

Not only do we enjoy pairing our beers with our favorite dishes, we also love to cook with them! The earthy sage, sweet apple and slight sourness from the sourdough work incredibly well with Silvius' lightly toasted malt backbone and subtle peppery finish. recipe developed by Samantha Haddow serves 10-12 Ingredients: • 12 cups dry …

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Boom Island Food Pairing No.1: Turkey & Brimstone

The centerpiece of Thanksgiving dinner needs an equally impressive beer to join at the table. Brimstone's higher alcohol and effervescent carbonation holds its own against the richness of the turkey, while the hints of clove and honey from the beer help pick up the spices and citrus used in the basting oil. recipe adapted from Bon …

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