During the summer, your cravings for two things increase: seafood and beer. Make a beer batter and toss it over fresh scallops for your fix for both. Recipe here!
I don’t get thin crust pizza people. It’s like cutting out half the bread! What fun is that? If thick crust is your jam, and you want it as fluffy as possible, use some brew. Recipe here!
Personally, I prefer thinner, red onion rings, but if you have deep-fried goodness on the brain, adding a can of beer to the batter will fluff them right up. Recipe here!
Beer makes good pretzels. Salted caramel goes great on pretzels. Naturally, you should combine the three. Recipe here!
Guinness is known for having a chocolate-y flavor, and mixed with actual chocolate, it makes for a match made in heaven. Recipe here!
Fried shrimp can go great on kebabs, in tacos or just on their own -- just be sure to beer batter them first. Recipe here!
The ultimate crowd-favorite comfort dish, mac ‘n’ cheese can be made better by a lot of things, but beer is most definitely one of them. The brew gets mixed right into the cheese, so we won’t judge if you slurp it straight up. Recipe here!
Make it a Belgian beer...because, obviously. Recipe here!
Sure, you can boil your littlenecks in a pot of water, but beer will do the same job and add some extra flavor to your little bivalves. Recipe here!
The acidity in a can of beer tenderizes meat, so if you’ve got a tough cut of brisket that you want to shred for your taco bar, let it sit in a beer bath for an hour or so. Or just use it to make your marinade. Recipe here!
Is it fruit? Is it dessert? We may never know! What we do know is that it has beer in it. Recipe here!
Everyone loves smothering their food in buffalo sauce, and this vegetarian recipe calls for beer, so it’s a win-win. Recipe here!
Gather your typical banana bread ingredients and add in a can of lager. Easy peasy banana squeezy. Recipe here!