Good idea: “It’s the greatest pairing beer in the world. It’s medium everything: Medium body with a nice approachable aroma. There’s a nice balance of bitter and caramel with a little fruit. For the easiest pairing, work with the [sweet] caramelization. You can go sweet potatoes or even gravy. Fat Tire gets all that stuff down your gullet,” says Limbach.
Bad idea: There really isn’t one!
Now, for Fat Tire Belgian White:
Good idea: Simple pairings include turkey and stuffing: "The milder tender and juicy breast meat along with herbal toasty stuffing will dovetail perfectly with our Belgian White-- but it's the citrus addition from the wit that will bring the two parts to a whole new level."
GREAT idea: "If you dare to swing for a homerun-- herbed oyster stuffing. Your relatives will praise you for years to come and potentially forgive you for that thing that happened two Christmases ago."
Perfect Thanksgiving pairing: “Fat Tire and Fat Tire White are perfect for leftover day. A turkey sandwich with cranberry relish on honey wheat tastes great with Fat Tire Belgian Ale and for Fat Tire Belgian White, a turkey sandwich with stuffing on good 'ol white bread or sourdough. It’s all about day two, sitting watching sports—that’s where they shine. It’s in a can, in the fridge, and everyone’s making leftovers on their own.”