Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream for an old-fashioned root beer float. Abita Root Beer can also be used in cooking to create delicious glazes and sauces. Or keep it simple and pour into a frosty mug and slurp loudly through a straw.
You might find it goes well with fried foods. It pairs well with just about anything made with crawfish. Some like it with a robust sandwich! Because of the high alcohol content, be cautious — sip it for the most enjoyment.
Enjoy your holidays with Abita Christmas Ale. The spicy character is excellent with traditional holiday foods like gingerbread or spiced nuts. Try some blue cheese or a creamy Camembert with a Christmas Ale.
This ale is great with most meats – and pairs well with hamburgers or sausages. It is a good match with smoked fish and can even stand up to wild game dishes. Turbodog® is also perfect for marinating and braising meats and cooking such things as cabbage and greens. Colby, Gloucester, cheddar and blue cheeses go nicely with Turbodog®. It’s perfect with spicy Louisiana jambalaya or Spanish paella. Some even like it paired with chocolate!
This beer is best served with salads or light fruit desserts, such as soufflés, chiffon cakes and ambrosias. However, many people also enjoy it with chocolate desserts. Purple Haze® pairs well with certain cheeses, such as ripened Brie or any dessert made with mascarpone. It’s also great paired with entrees prepared with fruit, especially those in the citrus family. Or, enjoy a Purple Haze® alone as a quick and easy dessert.
Because of its smooth, malty flavor, try it with smoked sausages, Louisiana boudin, or even with caviar. You might also enjoy it paired with a spicy gumbo or tomato-based pasta sauce. It goes well also with fried catfish dipped in a tart, lemony tartar sauce. Parmesan, Pecorino and Romano cheeses are good pairing with Abita Amber.