Beer Pairings: Pilsners and lagers will cool the heat, while hoppy IPAs pair well with spicy flavors to complement the heat.
Food Item: Chicken Tacos- chipotle sauce, firecracker, cabbage, radish, crema, sliced jalapeños, cilantro with chips and salsa
Beer Pairings: American Pale Ales pair perfectly with tortillas as they have a malty backbone. The hop bitterness with also complement the spiciness of the jalapenos, chipotle sauce and firecracker!
Canasta Kitchen has a small tap list but features local brewery Epidemic Ales.
Food Item: Flautas- rolled flour tortilla filled with poblano chicken and melted Oaxaca/jack cheese, then fried to perfection and topped with chipotle sauce, shredded lettuce, sour cream, pico de gallo and cotija cheese
Beer Pairing: Lager at World’s End- It pairs well with crispy or braised meats, fried tortillas or fish, and tomato-based sauces and salsas. It's bold enough to keep some of the flavor of big and rich dishes, but light enough that it won’t overrun more delicate items.
Concord Tap House
With 24 rotating taps, Concord Tap House will always have different beer. Not to worry, the style is all the matters.
Food Item: Catfish Sliders- flash-fried, battered on flame-toasted buns, pepper jack, greens and a pickle. Comes with a side of fries
Beer Pairing: Try a cream ale. They are nicely balanced between malt sweetness and just enough bitterness.
Hop Grenade Tap Room and Bottleshop
Hop Grenade also features a huge rotating tap list!
Food Item: THG Reubenesque- corned beef* on a ciabatta w/horseradish cheddar cheese, sauerkraut and specialty beer mustard
Beer Pairing: Something with a light body that won’t interrupt for the strong flavors of the sauerkraut or corned beef. Something like a Whitbeir or Lager will do the trick!
Pizza and beer…the perfect combo! Midici has both local and guest taps to choose from the pair perfectly with your slice!
Food Item: The Margherita- house made tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese an fresh basil
Beer Pairing: Try a hoppy Pale Ale. The light malt bill won’t get in the way, and the bitterness of the hops will balance the sweetness of the tomato sauce, accentuate the saltiness of the cheese, and help to cleanse the palate between slices.