Traditional British Dishes with St. Stefanus

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Tempted to try roast beef with our Grand Cru? Like the sound of fish and chips with our Blonde? Our new video series from London celebrates speciality beer in the UK capital, and what better excuse to take a look at our favourite traditional British dishes paired with St. Stefanus! Sausage and Mash  Nothing complements “bangers and mash” better than a St. Stefanus Blonde aged to 18 months. The complex and aromatic flavour of the beer enhances the palate’s enjoyment of the dish without overpowering or distracting from heartiness of the pork and smooth creaminess of the mash. If you are cooking the dish at home, why not make onion gravy using some St. Stefanus? Fish & Chips Pair classic fish and chips with a young and fresh St. Stefanus Blonde aged between 3 and 9 months. The beer won't overpower the subtle flavour of the white fish, and the taste of the crispy batter will be enhanced by the crisp fruitiness of the beer. Even better, use St. Stefanus as an ingredient in the batter - the carbonation will ensure that it is extra crisp and crunchy!  Roast beef Best enjoyed as a Sunday lunch, a quintessentially British meal, you will find that roast beef is perfectly balanced with the deep and rich flavour of a St. Stefanus Grand Cru. The beer perfectly complements accompaniments like horseradish and mustard, and will bring out the flavour of the meat and roast potatoes. Do you have any recommendations of traditional British dishes to pair with St. Stefanus? Leave us a comment below or let us know on Twitter or Facebook! If you are looking for more food pairing inspiration, take a look at our blog post on St. Stefanus food pairings for summer here.

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