If brisket wasn't in your dinner plans for this week, these sandwiches will have you rewriting your menu in no time. You can let this juicy beer-soaked meat simmer away in your slow cooker, but if you need to try it now, it can also be made in a pressure cooker.
This recipe combines all of our favorite tailgate foods into one. Not only are these cocktail weenies swimming in a luscious cheddar and beer sauce, but they're also wrapped in bacon for extra decadence. Don't turn your back, or the whole pot might disappear!
You probably already enjoy a beer alongside your fish and chips, but what if we told you this UK-inspired recipe included a crispy beer batter? Make homemade potato fries (or "chips," if you will) to serve alongside tender, crispy fish fillets.
Three cheeses AND beer? This just became our new favorite soup recipe based on the name alone. Once you get a taste of all of the other goodies hidden in this extra-cheesy bowl of goodness (think potatoes, chopped carrots, and yes, even bacon) you'll never be satisfied by plain canned soup again.
Your summer barbecues better watch out—these brats are about to take over as your favorite cookout sandwich. Before grilling, simmer these brats in a mix of dark beer, butter, and sliced onions to make them extra juicy and flavorful.
Beer isn't working alone to flavor this tender cut of meat—a generous pour of chili sauce will add some heat to balance out the tanginess of the beer. Combine it with a sprinkle of steak seasoning, and cook your brisket low and slow.
You can add as much or as a little jalapeno pepper as you want to make these chicken tacos fiery hot, but don't skip the beer when you're boiling the chicken thighs. When you're ready to assemble, it might take a double layer of corn tortillas to keep all the juicy deliciousness inside your taco.
It's time to try out a classic beer recipe: Beer can chicken! Brush the outside with butter and a mixture spices, then insert an open beer can into the cavity before grilling. The result? Some of the most tender, juicy grilled chicken you've ever tasted.
Kick this hearty soup up a notch with a bit of pale lager (such as Heineken or Budweiser), which adds a crisp finish to the creamy cheese base. We topped our soup with shredded hash browns, green onions, and paprika for a flavorful garnish.
Hearty brown ale stars as a braising liquid because of its almost-bitter nutty flavor that has a hint of sweetness. Try Newcastle Brown Ale, Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale, or Abita Turbodog in this hearty chicken recipe.
Believe it or not, a can of beer goes into the batter of this easy-bake bread (along with sharp cheddar, peppery Monterey Jack, and dill weed). The type of beer you choose will change the taste of the bread, so use one of your favorites to get the flavor just right for you.
A foamy, bubbly light lager (such as Corona Extra or Rolling Rock Extra Pale) is a natural for fried food because of its high level of carbonation. Lighter lagers also bring the familiar beer taste to the batter without overpowering the other ingredients.
A dark, hearty stout (such as Murphy's Irish Stout or Guinness Extra Stout) infuses this meaty porterhouse with a bold, coffeelike taste. Reserve a few tablespoons of the beer to make your own herb butter—a delicious yet simple topping.
Sweet apples, crisp green beans, and smoky seared sausage are all complemented by the citrusy glaze made with Belgian-style wheat beer. This type of beer (try Blue Moon Belgian White or Shock Top Belgian White) also pairs deliciously with seared chicken, pork, or seafood.
A dark porter beer (such as Samuel Smith's Taddy Porter or Fuller's London Porter) adds rich flavor to this already hearty beef stew, a perfect one-pot meal for a chilly evening.
This easy-to-make recipe transforms the popular beer and cheese soup into a party-ready favorite. A pale lager keeps from overpowering the warm dip, blending well with sharp cheddar and American cheeses.
A dark stout beer (such as Guinness Draft or Samuel Adams Cream Stout) pairs with sweet molasses to create a simple and flavorful brine for these pork chops. Rub garlic and cracked black pepper on the marinated meat for an extra punch of flavor.
Beer goes great in vegetarian chili, too. This easy slow cooker recipe doesn't specify which type to use, but we recommend a lighter beer that won't compete with the chili's slightly spicy flavor.
Use a wheat beer (such as New Belgium Sunshine Wheat) or a pale ale (such as Fat Tire) in this easy-prep slow cooker recipe for brisket. Both wheat beer and pale ale will have more distinct flavor than a standard lager, with pale ale being the stronger of the two.
A honey wheat beer (Leinenkugel's Honey Weiss or Michelob Honey Wheat Ale) gives this garlicky pork chop marinade a hint of sweetness. Melted white cheddar cheese, green onions, and chopped walnuts make for a creamy and delicious topping.
A 12-ounce can or bottle of dark beer (such as Guinness Extra Stout or Samuel Adams Cream Stout) gives this easy slow cooker beef recipe a rich, velvety texture and flavor.