It's one thing to toss some beer into a recipe, but those looking to get formalized with their beer cooking endeavors will find 'Cooking with Beer' by Mark Dredge the perfect option.
Packed with 65 recipes that all focus on incorporating beer into the mix, the cookbook is beautifully illustrated and covers meals from breakfast, to dinner.
Beer is shifting from being a beverage for the lower class, to a libation that can be as specialized as a fine bottle of wine. As such, the market for products that enhance the capabilities of the beverage are increasing.
'Cooking with Beer' by Mark Dredge features a variety of different uses for beers including stouts, lagers, IPAs and much more to satisfy beer connoisseurs in the kitchen.
'Cooking with Beer' by Mark Dredge is Packed with 65 Recipes
1. Beer-focused Cookbooks - A new wave of libation-focused cookbooks is on the horizon, offering a rare opportunity for publishers to explore the intersection of cooking and craft beer brewing.
2. Gourmet Beer Pairing - The trend of pairing beer with gourmet food is growing, which presents a prime opportunity for chefs and brewers to collaborate and innovate.
3. Beer Ingredient Substitutes - With the rise of cooking with beer, there is an opportunity to explore new substitutes for traditional cooking ingredients to create unique beer-based dishes.
1. Craft Beer - Craft breweries and home brewing suppliers could benefit from increased demand for beer as a cooking ingredient.
2. Cookbooks & Publishing - Publishers specializing in cookbooks and culinary literature can capitalize on the trend of incorporating beer in cooking through publications and partnerships with chefs or breweries.
3. Gourmet Food & Hospitality - Bar and restaurant owners can take advantage of the trend toward gourmet beer pairing by offering beer flights and expertly matched beer and food menus to customers.