Pairing

Ceriux, the hospitality sector’s new gourmet best friend

The Ceriux family of gourmet beer is born with the hospitality sector in mind.

As restaurant professionals already know, the main concept behind pairing is that certain elements found in foods, like texture and flavor, react differently when mixed; finding the right combination of these components will result in a more pleasing experience for the palate. The core idea in pairing is to create new sensations, both when tasting the beer and the food with which it is paired. We have prepared a number of tasting notes to take into account when pairing Ceriux with your dishes so that you can get the most out of each recipe.

The new gourmet beer to accompany your dishes

Tasting notes

Ceriux
Blonde

Ceriux Blonde

Tasting notes

Predominantly citrus and spicy aroma with an undercurrent of cereal and white flowers. The palate is refreshing, complex and persistent, with citrus aromas and a balanced bitter finish for a longer aftertaste.

Pairing

Pairs perfectly with leafy green salads with acidic dressings, with all types of grilled or poached seafood, seafood salad dressed with vinegar, steamed shellfish, squid and octopus, tomato rubbed bread with oil, oily or salted fish, fish carpaccio like salmon and tuna in olive oil and other seasonings to accentuate its taste, Japanese cuisine topped with soy sauce like sushi and sashimi, spicy wasabi paste and stewed meats (avoid onions), carrots and spices like curry. Tomato-sauce-based dishes have the ideal flavor profile to pair with this beer. With desserts, it can be paired with apple pie or cheesecake and fruit, particularly pears.

And, in general, any dishes cooked with beer are ideal for pairing with this same drink because the flavors will complement.

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Ceriux
Brown

Ceriux Brown

Tasting notes

An aroma of nuts (roasted hazelnut), caramel, raisins and coffee with a light roasted undercurrent. The palate is creamy and complex with a balanced bitterness and finish dominated by hints of nuts and subtle notes of licorice.

Pairing

Perfect to pair with greens or bitter vegetables like artichokes, beans, cabbage, endive and green asparagus, warm salads, fruit salads, seafood with spicy sauces, marinated herring or salmon, fried and pickled foods, white meat from small or large game, roasted lamb and roasted beef or stew; it harmonizes perfectly with grilled meats because of its roasted flavors, with some cured meats, especially chorizo, ham and Iberian ham for their salty counterpoint, semi-hard, creamy, blue and Manchego cheeses are best for their fat content, sharp texture and typically acidic taste.

And, in general, any dishes cooked with beer are ideal for pairing with this same drink because the flavors will complement.

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