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Re: Brew Pub recipes
« Reply #15 on: October 04, 2011, 08:50:04 PM »
Local restaurants that are willing to deliver, but you have to throw them a bone too.
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Re: Brew Pub recipes
« Reply #16 on: October 11, 2011, 03:35:40 PM »
Hickory or apple smoked pork shoulder, done on the back patio for 16 hours....Pulled for sandwiches.

Various smoked sausages & cutlets.

Coleslaw...You almost can't go wrong with slaw, as a side.

Baked Mac & Cheese

Baked/spiced apples (cored & served in ramekins with toppings like caramel, toasted oats, ice cream, etc.)

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Re: Brew Pub recipes
« Reply #17 on: October 11, 2011, 03:38:48 PM »
Hickory or apple smoked pork shoulder, done on the back patio for 16 hours....Pulled for sandwiches.

If you have a commercial stand mixer, using the paddle attachment is the easiest way to "pull" a bunch of pork.
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Re: Brew Pub recipes
« Reply #18 on: October 11, 2011, 03:47:59 PM »
Great Divide taproom in Denver had a rotating schedule of food trucks that would set up in front. If you can partner with established restaurants that could be a win-win for everyone.

+1  this is the best way to start out.  That or go the Panini sandwich and popcorn route.  Focus on working out all the little bugs and then start to increase your attention to food.  (somehow I missed this thread until now)

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Re: Brew Pub recipes
« Reply #19 on: October 12, 2011, 07:26:48 PM »
There's the ubiquitous croque monsieur that the French are so crazy about.  Americanize it a little with cheddar or smoked cheese instead of Gruyere.
Small tacos or tostadas would also go great-simple finger food that can be served individually or on a platter.
Chile con carne is also popular in France.  Serve 2 kinds, one very spicy, one not spicy at all.  My french inlaws can either handle anything spicy or nothing spicy, there's not much middle ground.
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Re: Brew Pub recipes
« Reply #20 on: October 13, 2011, 06:40:30 AM »
When fresh veggies can be found, batter-fried veggies are delicious and go well with beer.
Especially with a Southwest Chipotle-Ranch sauce.
Classic examples Okra, green beans, onion rings, pickle chips.

I didn't say they were healthy.

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Re: Brew Pub recipes
« Reply #22 on: October 23, 2011, 07:15:09 PM »
There is a place here that dries jalapenos then grinds them into fine powder and serves their pickled eggs with this powder. Pretty darn good to my tastes.
Assorted pickle plates (pickled cucumbers, tomatoes, garlic, lettuce, beans, various cabbages etc) are always a good thing when drinking is involved.
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Re: Brew Pub recipes
« Reply #23 on: October 23, 2011, 10:22:37 PM »
There is a place here that dries jalapenos then grinds them into fine powder and serves their pickled eggs with this powder. Pretty darn good to my tastes.
Assorted pickle plates (pickled cucumbers, tomatoes, garlic, lettuce, beans, various cabbages etc) are always a good thing when drinking is involved.

+1 in my book. That's dinner. With beer.
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