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Schumed

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Anyone used or thought of adding a dry rub to a beer to get a BBQ flavor...

thinking a porter base with some smoked malt and adding some brown sugar based dry rub....that should work right....

tried searching to see if anyone has done that..
 

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what spices are in the dry rub? I would leave out the salt, but other herbs and spices might work
 

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Sounds interesting! Who knows, give it a shot and let us know. I agree with the above however in that a lot of BBQ rubs have a large amount of salt...may want to steer clear of that.
 
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didn't think about the salt....maybe I'll make my own...brown sugar, paprika, cumin, chilli powder, pepper, not sure about garlic or onion powder
 

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