Wetten Importers

Get Cooking: Imported Beer Adds Depth and Flavor

If there’s one thing we love almost as much as drinking imported beer, it’s cooking with beer. The versatile brews offered by Wetten Importers taste great in a frosty mug, but don’t limit their potential. Hops and malt give way to rich, earthy flavors and subtle sweetness. Soups and stews will taste like they’ve been simmering for hours; desserts gain an added depth.

Whether you’re in the mood to throw back a pint of Delirium Nocturnum and nosh on soft pretzels and spicy mustard, or if you want to sip a lambic to accompany a bowl of tart sorbetto, we’ve gathered the finest recipes to complement the finest imported flavors.



Sides & Sauce


Want to hear the best part of all? Whip up one or more of these tasty dishes, and indulge to your heart’s content: Virtually all of the alcohol content will evaporate during the cooking process, leaving all the more reason to pair that Belgian Ale Braised Brisket — yum! It’s cold and rainy in Sterling this morning; we know what’s for dinner tonight! — with a Straffe Hendrik Triple from Wetten Importers.

Remember, always drink (and eat) responsibly.