Tinder for Beer: Red Rock Brewery

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Red Rock Brewery aims to please their guests’ palates with a variety of menu options that compliment their range of beers with some of the most diverse styles around. We’ve narrowed it down to a few of our favorite pairings that will change the way you think about beer with food.

Frolich Pilsner

Nothing goes together quite like beer and pizza. Sure, they’re great on their own but neither reaches its full potential until forces have joined. The Frolich is an easy drinking, low hops German pilsner that shines with the wood-fired gruyere, gouda, romano, mozzarella pizza with herbed olive oil. The beer’s refreshing nature quenches the thirst you get from the 4 unique flavors of cheese. Classically simple and uncomplicated.red rock pizza

Elephino Double IPA

This beer is not messing around! One of the brewery’s most popular options is a style that may seem like a tough pairing with food. But Red Rock’s superfood salad is loaded with bright fruit flavors that truly compliment this hop driven IPA. The citrus balsamic vinaigrette and grapefruit segments pop in flavor alongside the Elephino’s bumped up hop levels.

super food salad

Oatmeal Stout

We like to enjoy this smooth and savory stout with the ever classic baked French onion soup. While some stouts can be big and rich in style, this one is smooth with a mellow drinkability that doesn’t overpower food. The nutty oat flavors play together nicely with the melted cheese and caramelized onions ending in a perfectly balanced and complimentary beer pairing.

Try these pairings at Red Rock Brewery at Park City Junction.

RED ROCK JUNCTION

High-quality craft brews and delicious food since 2005.

Serving lunch and dinner daily | 1640 W. Redstone Center

435.575.0295 | redrockbrewing.com

 

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Caitlin is a Chicago native who recently moved to Park City from North Lake Tahoe, California. After years of working in hospitality she used her enthusiasm for food and beverage as a guiding inspiration toward a career in the wine industry. She now works in a position assisting Park City restaurateurs in structuring their beverage programs, with her love of food playing as an inspiration. Caitlin is WSET Level 2 Certified and is currently working toward her Certified Specialist of Wine Credential. During her downtime Caitlin loves to entertain and wow her friends with traditional, authentic recipes including tacos Al Pastor and Polish Bigos along with a properly paired wine, of course! In the warmer months Caitlin enjoys leading wine hikes with a different weekly varietal and the bonus being a wine tasting with view of the gorgeous Utah Mountains.

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