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Old 09-09-2009, 06:24 AM   #1
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so ive heard how good homebrew is when you cook with it. i soaked some bratwurst in a brown ale i made for 24 hrs, they were so tasty.

where is the cooking recipe section? lets here some bbq recipes!

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Old 09-09-2009, 08:40 AM   #2
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I love cooking with beer - homebrew or not. I often find myself experimenting with different combinations. Most recently some chicken sausage slow cooked, simmered in Andygator Doppelbock from Abita Brewing - absolutely delicious.

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Old 09-09-2009, 01:37 PM   #4
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I made some risotto with beer last night. Pretty tasty.

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I use my old Mr beer fermenter for making small batches with left over grains especially for cooking. I bottle it without priming sugar, minimal hops, pay little attention to any kind of recipe and it's still very drinkable!

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Old 09-09-2009, 01:54 PM   #6
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I made some risotto with beer last night. Pretty tasty.
This I HAVE to try
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i would like that recipe
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One of my favorite comfort foods in the winter time is Velveeta Beer Soup. Just look up the recipe on the Internet for the Velveeta soup and replace the water with beer. Best tasting types of beer in the Velveeta soup: stout, IPA, APA.

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Old 09-09-2009, 04:03 PM   #9
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I saute sliced onion and bell pepper in butter, then add a few pints of beer along with addl butter and black pepper, partially cook some brats on the grill and toss em into the beer/butter/onions&peppers, simmer for about 30-45 min to finish cooking and serve on a fresh crusty french bread with the onions and peppers on top, damn fantastic!!

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i would like that recipe
It was pretty normal in respect to risotto. I threw in half an onion, half a green bell pepper and some mushrooms because I needed to get rid of them. Risotto makes great refrigerator velcro.

-Sautee onion, pepper and mushroom in 2 tbl butter and 2 tbl olive oil. Season with salt and pepper
-Add 1c arborio rice and sautee for ~2min
-Continue making risotto in normal fashion (add in 1c, cook until liquid is absorbed, add in 1c...etc), but replace 1 cup of chicken stock with a lighter, low hopped beer. I used a mild, but anything would work that is malty, or even dry like tripel or saison.
-When risotto is finished, add 1/2 to 1 cup of fresh grated Parmigiano Peggiano (must be the real stuff!!!).
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