ビールと料理の相性についての調査的研究 [in Japanese] Questionnaire-based Study on the Sensory Compatibility between Beer and Various Foods [in Japanese]
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A questionnaire survey was conducted on the compatibility between four alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, sake, and chuhi sour) and various foods. Beer showed a relatively high score regardless of the food variety when the average value of each result was used ; therefore, the validity of the results was confirmed by applying a multivariate analysis by Quantification Method III and a sensory evaluation. The sensory perception by the evaluation panel for certain foods that go well with beer was confirmed. When the compatibility with beer was scaled from the results by Quantification Method III, eight foods (green soybean, Japanese fried chicken with soy sauce seasoning, Japanese barbecued chicken, grilled beef, sausage, fried chicken, dumpling, and grilled pork on a skewer) were considered to be clearly more favored than the other foods tested. The validity was also confirmed by the results of the sensory evaluation, which showed that the correlation was high between each ranking from the questionnaire and sensory evaluation. Furthermore, when the relationship with the degree of substitution of each food was investigated, there was a significant positive correlation with the lipid content and the "oiliness" score, and a significant negative correlation with the starch content. The salt content of each food had no significant correlation with its compatibility with beer.
- Journal of cookery science of Japan
Journal of cookery science of Japan 37(1), 2-14, 2004-02-20