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While one single style may not be the ideal pairing for all flavours on your plate, there are some key taste notes to hone in on when selecting the right beer to serve. Here are some tips on pairing your holiday meal with your favourite brews.

With a traditional roasted turkey, dark malts and amber ales are perfect pairings. The browning during the brewing process is similar to the caramelizing that takes place in the oven while the turkey is roasting.

Malt beer highlights the herbs and spices used in the stuffing to create a resonating combination that is sure to leave your guests satisfied.

Belgian ale is heavy and strong enough to cut through fatty meats and starchy vegetables, making it a great choice for those looking for a little more contrast.

Avoid IPAs, as the bitterness tends to distract from the mild earthy flavours of the meal.

The holidays are a time to enjoy good food, and of course, good beer. But did you know that pairing the right beer with your holiday feast could optimize the whole dining experience?