What beer goes best with lamb?

Chef's answer
Grilled/Roasted Lamb: Pair a flavorful beer to match lams intense flavor, such as a strong ale, malty stout, or porter. Lamb generally pairs well with Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rioja, fruitier tastes, and dry roses. If you are looking for a more exact match, it would be helpful to think about how the lamb is prepared.
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