Badass American sandwiches: Philly Cheesesteak

Just like beer, sandwiches come in all sorts. Smoked, grilled, smothered or fried, there’s something for everyone. This week Maggie Cubbler looks at the wonderfully decadent Philly Cheesesteak

Origin: 1930s’ Philadelphia
Bread: Hoagie roll
Filling: Slices or lump of steak, cheese, onions

One whiz wit’, one provolone wit’out. Using the correct vocabulary will ensure you get the famous Philly cheesesteak with or without onions and your desired cheese. If ever ordering this Italian-American invention in Philadelphia, make sure you do so correctly and fast – or it’s to the end of the queue for you!

PAIR IT WITH

American Pale Ale

A quintessential pale ale such

Badass American sandwiches: Philly Cheesesteak

Just like beer, sandwiches come in all sorts. Smoked, grilled, smothered or fried, there’s something for everyone. This week Maggie Cubbler looks at the wonderfully decadent Philly Cheesesteak

Origin: 1930s’ Philadelphia
Bread: Hoagie roll
Filling: Slices or lump of steak, cheese, onions

One whiz wit’, one provolone wit’out. Using the correct vocabulary will ensure you get the famous Philly cheesesteak with or without onions and your desired cheese. If ever ordering this Italian-American invention in Philadelphia, make sure you do so correctly and fast – or it’s to the end of the queue for you!

PAIR IT WITH

American Pale Ale

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A quintessential pale ale such as Sierra Nevada’s is undoubtedly the top pick for this bad assiest of American sandwiches. Perfectly balanced, gorgeous American hops stand up to this hearty sandwich while its zingy bitterness leaves a clean, refreshing finish.