With wine you always look for the medium to big bodied end of the spectrum when matching with red meat. It is very similar when you come to beers. You should look for something that will not be over powered by the meat, a beer that has the hops to stand up to the protein, such as an English Aged Ale. Also, look to match the dominant flavour you find in the beer with the food. Having lamb tagine? then why not try and match with a beer that compliments the spice as well as the lamb, such as a Belgian style Saison with hints of stone fruit.

 Diamond Geezer

Diamond Geezer

 Traditional

Traditional

 Saison

Saison

 FP Session IPA

FP Session IPA

 Jaipur

Jaipur

 Hibernation IPA

Hibernation IPA

 Modus Operandi

Modus Operandi

 Undercurrent

Undercurrent

 South Pacific

South Pacific

 Solera

Solera

 Soundwave

Soundwave

 Bliss

Bliss

 Wild Swan

Wild Swan

 Axe Edge

Axe Edge

 FP Pale Ale

FP Pale Ale

 Chiron

Chiron

 Kipling

Kipling