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Old 06-11-2012, 07:27 PM   #21
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I'm thinking porter or American brown. Both are great fall beers, IMO and both work well as marinade or to braise dark meat. I use porter for my beer braised short ribs and for roasts and stews.
A wee heavy would be another great choice for the cool (ish, since you're in east tx) weather, and IMO few things go better with, or after a meat and potatoes stew.

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Old 06-11-2012, 10:20 PM   #22
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Whoa!! Both sound so Delish!! Venison! Love me some Venison!! My hubby & I smoke a lot of things... But honestly, I do not think the man has marinated any of our meat in beer.. However, my daddy always soaked his steaks & chicken in a nice tasty (BLAH - Miller Light) liquid... But since the hubby and I drink lots and lots of different kinds of beers, I need to just try one out... Ha. I have some Dos Equis in the fridge... Could do a chicken in some Dos Equis out on the grill tonight! Humm....
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