A popular Irish brand of beer, Guinness has been traditionally enjoyed with staples of Irish pub food, such as beef pie and fish and chips. This summer, Lily & Bloom has created modern gourmet pairings of light dishes with the popular beer to provide a new combination of flavors.
Taste of Guinness Menu includes oysters Kilpatrick and beetroot carpaccio for starters, roasted pigeon and dry aged irish rib-eye for mains, and peppermint sorbet and Guinness tiramisu for desserts.
Guinness Hong Kong is launching Taste of Guinness Menu on July 1st as part of its Guinness Sessions, a series of summer season events.
Reisch is a director at Anheuser-Busch InBev (Belgium beer company whose brands Stella Artois, Leffe and Hoegaarden were used for Reisch’s Hong Kong tasting) and comes from a long line of expert brewmasters. He gives us three essential tips to a satisfying beer-pairing experience. (Read on, and you’ll discover how you can win a set of FREE beer glasses!)
If you think that beer only goes with bar snacks and fried things, fifth-generation brewmaster George F. Reisch will have your thoughts corrected right now. The man, whose job is to tour around the world each year teaching unenlightened folks how to appreciate beer with a bit of good food, was recently in Hong Kong to do just this.