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Comment from: Orlando Golf Blogger [Visitor] Email
Beer & Chocolate eh? I don't think I'd be able to appreciate the combo.. But I'm never one to "knock it before I try it" so I'll have to research a local place offering the combo.. I'll tell you what's good (slightly odd) Shiokara and Shochu. Both strong flavors.
2008-05-09 @ 14:43
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Beer and nachos, beer and karaoke, beer and drunk dials, but not beer and chocolate, for god sakes.

I drink milk with my cocoa bean.

2008-05-10 @ 01:58
Comment from: Katherine Duncan [Visitor] Email
I did a beer and chocolate pairing with Unibroue - it was excellent. They paired their darker beers with my darker truffles, and the lighter beers with the milk and white. It worked out really well, and the feedback we got was great. Give it a shot!

Cheers,
Katherine Duncan
Katherine Anne Confections
2008-05-17 @ 20:31

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