A quick note that certain non-sushi Japanese foods could be taken in with beer as well. For example, Sapporo notes: "The taste of food cooked over a charcoal grill is a perfect match for beer."
Cabrales-Ghislaine Arabian's cooking was covered in my original post when I talked about dishes that are braised in beer. In fact, that is her whole schtick.
In mainland China, it is not uncommon for multi-course communal-style diners to be accompanied by Tsingtao or another beer. Sam Adams includes Chinese food as potentially matching beer, although the diversity within Chinese food would have to be considered and certain of the other food categories on the company's website appear dubious.
Below are some recipes from Tsingtao with beer as an ingredient (not tried, of course; the shrimp steamed in beer dish sounds decent):