Craft beers are becoming increasingly popular and are sometimes even replacing wine as the alcohol of choice at a fine dinner party. But which beer fits to which meal?Fortunately, the experts at www.craftbeer.com have created a handy beer guide that tells you which beer flavour fits best to which food components and how the solid and the liquid nutrition interact with eachother. For example, German-style Hefeweizen and Belgian-Style Saison go well with shellfish, such as crab and lobster. For fat food, you better go with an American Black Ale or an English-Style Brown Porter. The English-Style Pale Ale and the Belgian-Style Tripel go well with cheese and fruit, which resembles the usual snacks served during a traditional wine tasting.