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Porter Mac and Cheese

Porter Mac and Cheese

I found this recipe on the Michigan Beer Blog, and it looked irresistible. I happen to adore Founder’s Porter and mac and cheese, and had never thought to use both in a recipe.

Unfortunately, when I went to the liquor store, they were out of Founder’s.

Fortunately, they had a great porter from Maine called King Titus. I know that kind of kills the whole point, since Founder’s is from Michigan, but I had my heart set on this dish and decided to go with it.

It was good. Real good. But as you can probably tell from the prep photo, it was also really heavy. How many kinds of cheese did it call for?

Five. Five different cheeses. And lots of butter.

I would recommend this recipe, but perhaps as a side dish for something a little lighter—say chicken, or a salad.

 

Written by A. Alexander


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