How to make Pale Ale Slaw


This sounds damn nice. Really interesting recipes on this great blog

Last week I whizzed up a quick IPA guacamole recipe that makes the perfect accompaniment to any Mexican fiesta, or on top of a burger, or in a salad or whatever the heck you want to put it with, I’m not here to dictate what you eat your guacamole with. This week it’s coleslaw.

Burger, dog, steak; you name it, coleslaw is a welcome side dish. It’s quick, it’s easy and damn is it delicious, but most of all, you get to take your anger out on a cabbage with a pretty big knife. I went with a nice Pale Ale Citra brewed in the Netherlands by Brouwerij De Molen. The zesty notes added a nice bit of fruity flavour to the slaw, but you could use your standard pale ale, or IPA for that matter.

The below recipe makes enough for about four portions (obviously dependant on how…

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Author: Chris

He may look very complicated, but he is in fact very simple. He runs on sausages and beer. Co-founder of Eating Exeter. Librarian at Exeter College.

3 thoughts on “How to make Pale Ale Slaw”

      1. Cheers mate, loving yours and the beer burger and beyond one! Must go to Exeter soon, some of the food on here looks immense. I’ve heard good things about Hubbox!

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