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10 Ways to Cook with Beer

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Given how much we all love winding down while firing it up in the kitchen, why not double down and cook with beer while you drink it?

We've found that the friendliest brews for cooking tend to be dark, like brown ales, porters, or stouts. They add a rich, roasted, and sometimes nutty flavor with a little sweetness. On the flip side, hops lead to an overpowering bitterness, so use hoppy beer in moderation and steer clear from anything with "extra bitter" in the name. Otherwise, beer has a place in all kinds of dishes. Here, we're running the gamut of recipes with dishes to suit any mood.

So what are you waiting for? With one for you and one for your dinner, that leaves four more in your six-pack to talk your friends into becoming your sous chefs. Cheers!

Spiced Stout Waffles by DulaNotes

waffles

 

Brussels Sprouts and Chorizo Beer Hash by Brussels Sprouts for Breakfast

hash

 

A Lighter Lamb Stew by Lizthechef

lamb stew

 

Rosemary Ciabatta with Stout Beer by TheWimpyVegetarian

ciabatta

 

French Onion Soup by wcfoodies

french onion soup

 

Beer and Bacon Braised Collard Greens by stirfrei

braised collards

 

Borrachos by lastnightsdinner

borrachos

 

Cowboy Rubbed Rib Eye with Chocolate Stout Pan Sauce by Aliwaks

cowboy steak

 

Short Ribs with Beer and Buckwheat Honey by merrill

short ribs

 

Gingerbread Beer Bundt Cake with Chocolate Glaze by janeofmanytrade

bundt

 

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