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Old 05-23-2007, 06:36 AM   #1
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Found some recipes, look pretty good...

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Old 05-23-2007, 12:59 PM   #2
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Good stuff. I use the recipe listed on the website from an Alaskan Micro... don't remember the name at the moment.

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Old 05-24-2007, 12:47 AM   #3
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My favorite is without a doubt the brew-burger.

Simply season and prepare your ground beef as usual then add in the grain, let the beef rest for at least 30min before forming into patties. Meanwhile in a small saucepan prepare a basting sauce using equal parts of beer and steak sauce. Simmer slowly to thicken. When grilling the burgers baste with the beer sauce during the final 2 minutes.

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This is great! I've been munching on the spent grain while doing the boil and thought it would be great to add itto something. Thanks much!

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The brewburger could actually be really good. Meatloafs often add some oatmeal or whatever to lighten them up and the grain could do the same thing. Give you a nice thick and tasty burger that's not as greasy and dense. Yum!

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Old 05-24-2007, 01:42 AM   #6
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My favorite is without a doubt the brew-burger.

Simply season and prepare your ground beef as usual then add in the grain, let the beef rest for at least 30min before forming into patties. Meanwhile in a small saucepan prepare a basting sauce using equal parts of beer and steak sauce. Simmer slowly to thicken. When grilling the burgers baste with the beer sauce during the final 2 minutes.
Wow, this is the best sounding one yet! No offense to anyone, but who needs that vegan junk?

Brew-burgers, on the menu!
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Old 05-24-2007, 02:27 AM   #7
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The brewburger could actually be really good.
Trust me on this, it is the best burger ever. I got the recipe from one of my old haunts years ago, The BrewHouse (New England Brewing Co.) in Norwalk CT. They served the burger on a pretzel bun and was their most popular item on the menu (along with a great apple strudel).
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Yeah that burger sounds great! I'm just wondering what to do with the husks? Should you try and wash the husks off before putting the grains in? How is this done?

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Trust me on this, it is the best burger ever. I got the recipe from one of my old haunts years ago, The BrewHouse (New England Brewing Co.) in Norwalk CT. They served the burger on a pretzel bun and was their most popular item on the menu (along with a great apple strudel).
Is this place still there making the same burger???
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Is this place still there making the same burger???
When I left CT last year the BrewHouse was still up and running. Be aware however they brewery was bought out by another brewery and the once great new england brewing co. beers are no longer available. But the last time I was there the food was as great as ever and that included their burgers. Also try their seafood sausage some time.

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