3 Must Try Jerky & Beer Pairings

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It's Friday and you're counting the minutes until the clock hits 5PM. In the meantime all you can think about is that cold can, bottle or stein of refreshing beer you're going to throw back as soon as you can. Sorry, I may be projecting a bit. But I know I'm not the only one. The only question to ask yourself now is "What do I drink and what mouthwatering snack should I pair it with?" 

Don't worry! I've got you covered with my Top 3 Jerky and Beer Pairings for a relaxing Friday night.

Carolina Killa with Hop & Sting 

1. Ol' Reliable: Brown Ale with Wicked Cutz Classic Chop House Beef Jerky 

This is a go to pairing if you're ever in doubt about what beers pair best with our beef jerky. A Brown Ale is a smooth, flavorful experience without being overly bold or bitter. It perfectly compliments the simple saltiness of a traditional jerky like our Classic Chop House.

2. Lighten Up: Light Lager with Wicked Cutz Cracked Pepper Beef Jerky Chips

Want to kick back with something that's not too robust or heavy? Wicked Cutz thin and crispy Cracked Pepper Beef Jerky Chips are the perfect high protein snack to pair with your favorite light beer. The hint of spice from the Cracked Pepper washes away perfectly with a refreshing sip of this beer.

3. Go Bold: IPA with Wicked Cutz Buffalo Chicken Jerky

Let's just be real for a second. IPAs aren't for everyone, and they certainly aren't for every snacking situation. The hops can be too bitter for some palates. However, if you're a fan of the tangy kick of Buffalo Chicken then an IPA is the perfect beer to enhance the boldness of our lean, high protein Buffalo Chicken Jerky.