8 Wine and Beers to Pair with Sausage
Sausage Pairings You Need to Try Today
Whether you’re planning a romantic dinner for two or a dinner party with a few close friends, a delicious meal involving your favorite sausage is always the way to go. Not only will the smell of home cooked or grilled sausages taste as wonderful as it smells, but it will also be a great food item to pair with wine and beer.
To help you with your next dinner, here are 8 wine and beer pairings you need to try with your favorite sausage dish:
Wine: Syrah – a full-bodied, medium-tannin syrah will complement the earthy, smokiness of grilled sausages
Beer: Lager – a crisp and refreshing lager is well-balanced and has a decent hop presence that will complement the delicious flavors of both pork and chicken sausages
Spicy Sausages with Bell Peppers
Wine: Pinot Noir – a light-bodied, low-tannin pinot noir will complement the sweet peppers and mellow the spice from the sausage meat
Beer: IPA – the hop flavors and slight bitterness of an IPA will complement the spiciness of the sausages
Sausages and Sauerkraut
Wine: Riesling – a dry Riesling will have the texture and body to stand up to the sausage and the acidity of the sauerkraut
Beer: Belgium Lager – a classically smooth and complex Belgian lager will have the dry finish you want
Chicken Sausages and Pasta
Wine: Chardonnay – a crisp and vibrant chardonnay will complement a dish like chicken sausages and pasta with its notes of citrus and nectarine
Beer: Pilsner – a versatile beer like a pilsner can be quite mild and won’t overwhelm the delicate flavors of poultry
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