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ozzy1038 07-25-2011 09:20 PM

Smoke Beer As A Marinade
 
Recently I had my first tastes of smoke beer. Definitely not a session beer, but interesting none the less. I decided to use some as a marinade and was quite pleased with the results.

In fact I am considering brewing up a 3 gallon batch for an occasional drink, but primarily as a marinade and for other potential culinary endeavors. I think it would be outstanding in baked beans, boiling brats, etc..

Have any of you ever used it as a marinade?

Hugh_Jass 07-25-2011 09:23 PM

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Originally Posted by ozzy1038 (Post 3116416)
Recently I had my first tastes of smoke beer. Definitely not a session beer, but interesting none the less. I decided to use some as a marinade and was quite pleased with the results.

In fact I am considering brewing up a 3 gallon batch for an occasional drink, but primarily as a marinade and for other potential culinary endeavors. I think it would be outstanding in baked beans, boiling brats, etc..

Have any of you ever used it as a marinade?

As a marinade, as a liquid in a brine, in my chili.......a fantastic cooking liquid. :mug:

unionrdr 07-25-2011 09:28 PM

Rauchbier,no. Sounds good though. I have used bock though. Mixed with Worcestershire sauce,soy sauce,& some seasonings. Mix it up 1st,then get the pit going. Makes a great mop sauce.

gclay 07-26-2011 02:27 AM

I usually do a quick marinade with stout for my chicken and steak. max 2 hours.

LongEared 07-26-2011 12:34 PM

I mix my Smoked with Some Molases and mustard. Makes one great BBQ sauce.


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