Craft Beer

Craft beer has become a major player in the alcohol industry and there's no signs of it slowing down. Check out why craft beer is becoming so popular and what you can find here at CellarsMarket that you won't be able to find in the large liquor stores.

What is it? Craft beer is a type of beer that is made by small, independent breweries. These breweries are often located in small towns or rural areas, and they use traditional brewing methods to create their beers. Craft beer is usually made in small batches, and it often has a unique flavour that you won’t find in mass-produced beers.

Craft beer is becoming increasingly popular for a number of reasons. First, craft beer is seen as a more premium product than mass-produced beer. This is because craft beer is often made with higher-quality ingredients and more care and attention than mass-produced beer. As a result, craft beer often has a more complex and interesting flavour than mass-produced beer. Craft breweries are usually small operations that are located in a specific community. As a result, drinking craft beer is seen as a way to support local businesses and the local economy.

Many Aussies simply enjoy the taste of craft beer and find it to be more enjoyable than mass-produced beer. This is likely due to the fact that craft breweries often experiment with different ingredients and brewing techniques, which can lead to some truly unique and delicious beers.

There are many things that can be paired with craft beer, but what is the best thing to pair it with? Here are a few ideas to get you started: 

  • Cheese: A classic pairing, cheese and beer go together like peanut butter and jelly. The saltiness of the cheese complements the bitterness of the beer, and there are endless possibilities when it comes to choosing the right combination. 
  • Cured meats: Cured meats such as salami or prosciutto are another great option to pair with craft beer. The richness of the meat pairs well with the maltiness of the beer, and the fat content helps to cut through the bitterness.
  • Fruit: Fruits such as citrus or stone fruits can add a refreshing twist to your craft beer experience. The sweetness of the fruit helps to balance out the bitterness of the beer, and the acidity can help to increase the overall flavour.
  • Spicy food: If you're looking for something a little bit different, try pairing your craft beer with some spicy food. The heat from the spices will help to release the flavours of the beer, and it can be a really enjoyable experience.

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