A bottle of brown ale lends our beer-cheese soup a nice nuttiness; pimientos and hot sauce give it a kick.
We ix-nay potatoes and fill this summery soup with lighter but flavor-packed morsels: sweet corn, briny shrimp, bacon and bright, golden lager.
The only chili you should ever make is this brewery-born chili-beer chili.
Ladyface Ale House's French-style fish, clam and mussel stew goes down extra-easy with a pint of saison.
A sherry-cask-aged English barleywine takes French onion soup to an earthy, extraordinary new level.
Freshly roasted chilies and pork combine in a hearty stew; a crown of cornmeal dumplings makes the meal rib-sticking.
This Ghana-born soup’s a rich, addictive mix of sweet, salty and spicy thanks to sweet potatoes, chicken, peanut butter and a godly amount of cayenne pepper.
A traditional Louisiana shrimp stew revved up with a grassy pale ale.
A creamy, beer-and-Gouda soup any self-respecting cheesehead should try at least once.
Tomato soup spiked with pilsner that definitely packs a punch.
A tasty take on French onion soup with a little help from a lager.
A hearty Southern stew with a lager lift.
A creamy soup that benefits from a stout's smooth finish.
Rabbit Bistro's best-selling soup includes an entire pint of pils.
A bright yet hearty (and vegan!) corn soup with British flair.
A slow-cooker chili that comes together quickly.
A simple, satisfying stew made with a pint of stout.
Sky Fox's famous (and monk-approved!) stout-onion soup.
Beef stew leans toward Italy in this lamb version with an imperial stout from the Old Country.
Lamb and Guinness make a rich seasonal stew.