Welcome to my most recent installment in my series “Cooking with Beer”. I’ve done a few posts in the past, but this will be a much more regular occurrence in 2016. I will feature DuClaw beers in many of my recipes as they are sponsoring many of the posts, but I’m sure I’ll branch out occasionally.
Today’s recipe features DuClaw Brewing’s Serum Double IPA. Serum is one of the beers that are available from DuClaw year round. It’s a nicely hopped beer using Columbus (bittering), Amarillo, and Cascade with an ABV of 8.3%.
This was my first time cooking with a hoppy beer (I’m a dark, malty beer kind of girl). My friend Steve helped me come up with a recipe that was tasty but not overpoweringly hoppy. The combination of heat and hops in this Thai Green Curry comes together quite well (and tastes even better as leftovers.)
This turned out really well. We forgot to marinate the chicken so ours needed some extra zing (and I picked out the peppers and gave them to Beer Geek LOL). I’m planning to make it again next week with beef and will let you know how that works out.
Disclaimer: DuClaw Brewing provided me with the beer and compensated me for the post. All recipes and opinions are my own.
6 thoughts on “DuClaw Serum Thai Green Curry”
I love curry and I love beer – sounds good!
We’ve been making beer braised cabbage and other greens lately, but I know there are a ton of other things to do with beer besides drink it 😉
It was quite yummy. I left it a bit runny, so next time I’m going to try to simmer it longer.
OOOH THIS IS SUCH A GREAT IDEA FOR A SERIES!!!! (she shouts not drunk just overly filled with glee…)
Thanks – I think it will be fun.
Cooking with beer?- How fun! Look forward to seeing your recipes
I’ll try to make some vegetarian ones for you. ;o)