Particularly for marinating (like in a Korean style beef) or braising beef.
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Hmm, well I wouldn't pick one that's too sweet ... that being said what I would really do is tell the beer guy at the store what I am up to and ask for advice with their particular selection.
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Guiness is good, especially for a beef dish like carbonade.
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I think Guiness is great, too, and I also like Anchor Steam.
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