How about washing down a juicy steak with Dogfish Head IPA, or finishing off a meal with Ommegang Chocolate Indulgence? Retailers interviewed by SN have made these and other suggestions as they increasingly pair craft beer with food. “Beer is becoming like wine in that there are options for before dinner, during dinner and after dinner,” said Dan Piron, store co-manager of Green Hills Market, Syracuse, N.Y. It's all thanks to the growing popularity and availability of craft beer, brews ...

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