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Select suds: Three great European beers at Bar Tartine

Jordan Mackay | February 22, 2012 | Food & Drink Lifestyle Story Wine and Spirits City Life Eat and Drink Clubs and Bars

1. Bayerischer Bahnh of Berliner Weisse, Germany A low alcohol content—just 3 percent—and slightly sour notes of lemon and under-ripe apricot make this an excellent match with almost everything on the menu, but I especially like it with the langos, a deep-fried Hungarian bread.

2. De Struise Svea IPA, Belgium A perfect antidote to overly hoppy IPAs, it has a lovely maltiness and a restrained bitter edge that pair well with the rich and complex flavors on the plate.

3. Haandbryggeriet Hesjeol Smoked Beer, Norway Made from grains dried with smoke, this beer has a lighter, crisper nature than you’d expect. But its smoky overtones merge beautifully with Balla’s meat dishes, and its well-honed edges allow it to play with dishes seasoned with vinegar.

Bar Tartine: 561 Valencia St., S.F., 415-487-1600

Read more about beer at Bar Tartine here.



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