With word that Gourmet magazine recently co-hosted with a leading American brewer a five-course beer-pairing luncheon in their private dining room at the Condé Nast Building in New York, there is no longer any question: The beer dinner has come of age in America.Such news, naturally enough, will lead some to want to capitalize on this newfound popularity and host dinners of their own, and were it as simple as presenting a selection of ales and lagers alongside an array of dishes from ...
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