Luckily the folks at Let's Grab a Beer have created a handy chart so that when the craving hits, you can pair your drink perfectly to the snack of your choice.
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Can't make it to a game? No problem — you can enjoy your own stadium-inspired pairings at home too.
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These spicy tuna rolls can be eaten with your hands, making them a nice, no-fuss snack when you're catching the big game. Try pairing with an ice-cold Sapporo.
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This quick weeknight recipe for sweet and smoky barbecue beef pairs perfectly with a crisp Pilsner. Try Pilsner Urquell from the Czech Republic.
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Salty, spiced pastrami with mustard can hold its own against a hoppy IPA. Try one from San Diego's Stone Brewing Co.
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Wheat beer is the perfect complement to tender barbecue pulled pork. In fact, this pulled pork recipe is made with Blue Moon. Just make sure you grab a second one to enjoy while you eat.
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This hearty rib-eye sandwich should be washed down with a nice American dark lager. Try Shiner Bock.
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On a hot spring day, what could be better than baseball, a Southwestern hot dog with bacon and all the fixin's and an ice-cold light lager? Pretty much nothing! Try these dogs with a frosty Sam Adams Light.
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The malty sweetness of an American Amber lager, like Magic Hat Vinyl, is just the thing to accompany a hearty barbecue chicken-stuffed baked sweet potato.
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Barbacoa tacos, a Mexican beer like Victoria and baseball are all you need for a perfect day.
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This bomb of meaty goodness can be balanced by a nice, medium-bodied British pale ale like Bass Ale.
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These oven-baked chili cheese dogs are perfect for serving a crowd, and a six-pack of an American premium lager like Session from Full Sail Brewing goes a long way too.
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These Cuban sandwiches, paired with a lager like Cerveza La Tropical from Florida Beer Company, are a total home run.
This triumvirate of American classics — baseball, a cheeseburger and a beer — is practically perfect. Try pairing Uinta's Baba Black Beer with your char-grilled burger for a truly transcendent experience.
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A Bud Light and the ultimate nachos are proof that food doesn't need to be fancy to be hella delicious.
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A crisp Belgian-style white beer, often spiced with coriander, is the perfect complement to a sausage sandwich. Try Allagash White out of Portland, Maine.
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A soft, salty, giant, homemade pretzel will beat the socks off any you can get at a stadium, especially if you've got a German-style Pilsner like Scrimshaw from North Coast Brewing Co. to go along with it.
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