Incorporating beer-based sauces into your recipes.
If you enjoy indulging in those exceptional creations we know and love as craft brews, there is more than one way to experience the superior flavors that make them unique. Spice up your favorite meats by using a very simple base of Worcestershire sauce, dry mustard, hot peppers (or hot sauce), honey, garlic or ginger along with your favorite beer.
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to add a new twist to your shrimp or seafood? Try adding a savory, sweet and spicy-beer sauce that is a welcome addition to your grill, oven or stove top. Using an effortless recipe blends the perfect balance of dolce with tanginess, depending on your taste, will bring out undertones of flavor that will leave your taste buds enraptured with flavor. Using wheat beers will bring out the citrusy undertones, while using ales and IPAs present a much bolder flavor. Whichever you choose, this is an easy to make sauce that will enrich the natural flavors in your seafood.
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The addition of an exceptional oatmeal stout or porter to your favorite barbecue sauce recipe will bring out flavor characters in your chicken you didn’t know existed. Using a malt-based sweetener and not just brown sugar along with the tartness of the hops will add smoky complexities in flavor that will be a superb complement to your grilled chicken every time.
One may not readily associate the bitterness of beer with the sweetness of dessert sauces, but creating your own delectable topping is not as far-fetched as it seems. Try combining a chocolate beer or chocolate stout with heavy cream and zest from the fruit of your choice. Invent your own reduction that collaborates the flavors far superior to any store-bought topping.