This dish goes back to Guinness’ Irish roots. The Guinness gives a smooth richness to the pie filling and works together with the earthy flavour and texture of the mushrooms. The pie is served with a smoother version of the classic Irish potato dish, champ.
Damper is a simple, crumbly Australian bread often made with beer. The addition of Guinness and molasses gives this damper a rich maltiness, and a deep complexity of flavour that matches beautifully with the dark berry compote and creamy vanilla ice cream.
No dish speaks more of Christmas than a traditional Christmas pudding. Slow cooked for hours, the sugars in the pudding turn to dark caramel for a rich pudding that brings out the sweetness of the Guinness-infused fruits.
The sweet and smoky flavour of this Guinness BBQ Sauce has hints of molasses, aniseed, orange and just a touch of hot chili. The spiciness of the sauce is offset by the cooling, crisp and creamy appleslaw.Read More
The simplicity of this chicken and egg terrine is complemented with beautifully aromatic mustard infused with a hint of Guinness. The sweet mustard contains aromas of malt, clove, nutmeg and pepper.
Guinness and oysters is a match made in heaven, and this dish is all about creaminess and the contrast of temperatures – the cold creaminess of the oyster matched with the warm creaminess of the Guinness cream. A little shot of tartness from the lemon juice ties it together and then it’s all followed with a swig of cold creamy Guinness.
The sweet, spicy and malty salt coating the squid has a rich and earthy umami flavour almost reminiscent of porcini or shiitake mushroom. Add a little sourness from a squeeze of fresh lime and enjoy!