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Breakfast soup made from a beer-based roux
|Main ingredients||Roux, beer, cheese|
|Variations||Use of potato as an ingredient and thickener|
Beer soup (German: Biersuppe, Alsatian: Biersupp, Czech: Pivní polévka) is a soup which is usually roux-based and made with beer. In medieval Europe, it was served as a breakfast soup, sometimes poured over bread.
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