What Alcohol goes well with Thai?
The sweet muskiness of Pinot Gris works well with most Thai dishes, while a sweet Riesling goes with Thai-spiced seafood, stir-fries, and salads. Do you prefer beer with your food? Citrusy, spicy beers go best with hot and sour Thai dishes, while beef salad is the ideal match for an ice-cold Singha beer.
What drink compliments Thai food?
Champagne or sparkling wine also works well with Thai food, especially the deep fried dishes. The bubbles cut through the grease and refresh the palate. It can also go with the milder curries such as the Mussaman or Yellow curries.
What Alcohol goes well with Thai curry?
Our favourite beers with Thai food include:
- IPA (Indian Pale Ale) IPA’s have a citrusy aroma and pair perfectly with heavier, aromatic dishes. …
- Lager. …
- Whitbier (bière blanche) …
- Off-dry Riesling. …
- Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio. …
- Gewürztraminer. …
- Sauvignon Blanc. …
- Exotic fruit juices.
Does red wine go with Thai food?
“Light, crisp white wines with a bit of sweetness (like an off-dry Riesling) are safe zones when pairing with Thai food. However, if you are in the mood for red wine, go for light-bodied, light tannin, and high acidity wines like Pinot Noirs or Gamays.
Does whiskey go with Thai food?
“Rye whiskey has a bit of spice, so I like it with meat-heavy dishes and heavily marinated foods. I gravitate toward spicy Thai food when I think about rye, like glazed pork chops with papaya salad.”
What kind of beer goes with Pad Thai?
The citrus-forward flavor of most Pad Thai pairs very well with Saison, as this beer style amplifies the citrus notes of the food. The added element of sweetness helps counter the natural saltiness of the dish, and the bright effervescence acts as a palate cleanser.
What wine goes best with spicy Thai food?
With Thai food, fruit-forward often works best. White wines with acidity and a hint of residual sugar are the go-to for most Thai food. These off-dry wines enhance flavors, provide balance, and calm spice where it’s too intense. Look for wines with Spätlese, Kabinett, demi-sec, or off-dry on the label.
What wine goes with Thai chicken curry?
If you’ve ever set off on a mission to grind your own Thai curry paste, you know how much work goes into the kaleidoscopic consortium of flavors and spices in a good Thai curry. The conventional Thai curry wine pairing is a light-bodied red wine, like Primitivo, Pinot Noir, or perhaps a Malbec-Syrah.
What do you drink with coconut curry?
There are the versatile usuals, of course: Champagne, off-dry German rieslings, demi-sec Vouvrays, crisp sauvignon blancs. I think a good amontillado sherry would be delicious; assertive enough to cut through the richness of the coconut milk and reflect the sweet, spicy, herbal flavors.