The Single Man’s Guide to Cooking with Beer, by Denver resident Streeter McClure is a comprehensive guide to using beer as traditional chefs use wine, containg 34 original and adapted recipes for appetizers, soups, stews and main courses. “Beer isn’t just for drinking anymore,” says McClure. “Beer enthusiasts have become connoisseurs, and we’re providing a way to take that interest to the next level.”
Streeter learned to properly combine water, barley and hopsfrom world famous brew master Brian Smittle at Coaches Micro Brewery in Norman, Oklahoma. After graduating from OU, Streeter moved to Denver and this compilation of simple recipes pairing beer with food was one eventual result.
“I’ve always enjoyed the flavor of beer,” he says, having already started The Single Man’s Guide to Cooking With Wine to accommodate those otherwise inclined, “but, after I graduated from college I began working at a microbrewery and I really began to appreciate different types of beer.”
The Single Man’s Guide to Cooking with Beer may be found in Denver at Anderson-Morton, Homer Reed, and at this link.