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I am not really sure what cuisine category this dish falls into. Maybe International Fusion? It is part German, part Italian, and part Tunisian. Whatever you label it, it is delicious.
For the beer, I recommend using a beer that is not too bitter or hoppy. Those flavors will come through heavily in the sauce. If the sauce does end up a little bitter you can cut it with more honey. I served it all over pasta, but you could easily serve it over mashed potatoes or even a bed of French fries. Get creative! This is the world of international wild food fusion, right?
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Serving Size: 3-4
Time to make: 1 hour
Also works with: Any game meat steaks