Brew and Feed Releases Dayfire Session IPA for the North Carolina Market
Brew and Feed is releasing its Dayfire Session IPA to the North Carolina market On April 3, 2023.
Dayfire Session IPA is a recipe that was formulated by brewmaster, Robert Moreland, who is an avid camper and backyard homechef, to be enjoyed around a campfire, backyard fire or while cooking on the grill.
Dayfire is light, easy drinking and bursting with citrus flavor so you do not have to sacrifice flavor while having a couple of these with friends.
Dayfire Session IPA is lighter in body and alcohol content than a traditional IPA, while still packing a lot of hop flavor and aroma. This beer style is characterized by bright and juicy citrus notes from the hops and addition of real orange peel. The bitterness of the hops is balanced by a mild sweet malt backbone, resulting in an easy-drinking and refreshing beer. This brew is 4.9% ABV and has 48 IBUs.
HOW TO BUY BREW AND FEED BEER
Brew and Feed has partnered with Ararat Import/Export Company to distribute our line of craft brews in North Carolina. For inquiries about buying Brew and Feed craft beer in NC, please contact Ararat at: 919.212.3313
FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTIONS
Lemon Pepper Blend is a great complementary paring with Dayfire IPA because it has a zesty and tangy citrus character. For a contrast pairing try Memphis Style Rub is savory and has a little kick of heat so Dayfire would be a great way to balance this bled on your palate.
Baked Lemon Pepper & Honey Wings
Lemon Pepper Wings are a staple in wing joints all over America and can be easily made at home with a good Lemon Pepper Seasoning. This recipe adds honey for a layer of complexity that will have you reaching for more and more until you need to whip up another batch.
Easy Memphis Style Dry Rub Ribs
Memphis-style ribs are tender and juicy, with a smoky flavor that can't be beat. They are slow cooked to achieve a deep, full-bodied flavor that is loaded with spices and herbs. These ribs are best served with a side of coleslaw, potato salad, and cornbread, making them a beloved staple of Southern cuisine.