Top Rated Beer Brat Recipes

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Zook and Lola
A cheesy, Wisconsin winter soup utilizing local beer. As with any recipe there are hundreds or thousands of variations on this basic recipe. We set this cheese/beer/brat soup apart from others with a couple primary distinctions. Being a beer nerd, when I add beer to a recipe I consider the style of beer seriously. To me beer is not just whatever you happen to have in the cooler/fridge etc. Here we've slected a locally available pale ale from Ale Asylum in Madison, WI. It lends some great color to the soup and the prominent hop presence in this ale adds a great flavor without being overwhelming. To replicate this recipe without Ale Asylum's Hopalicious you can substitute any quality pale ale or IPA. Ask your local specialty retailer for tips or look for anything with "pale ale" or "IPA" on the bottle. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is probably the most widely available and is a suitable substitute. If you've any other questions, feel free to ask! Secondly, the brats. Brats should be cook
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Bob Evans®
Chunks of Bob Evans(R) Beer Brats, bell pepper, red onion, squash and mushrooms are grilled on skewers and brushed with spicy barbecue sauce for a tasty and easy summer meal.
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Dgoodcookr
Having company over to watch the big game? This is a delicious, macho, and easy recipe for all sporting fans and tailgaters alike. These juicy bratwursts melt in your mouth and are even better when washed down with an ice-cold beer. Prepare in the morning and they will be ready for any afternoon game time.
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MaryGladys
Ingredients: 1 lbs Rigatoni or other medium pasta shape 15 oz fresh bratwurst 1/2 cup beer 1-1/2 cups low-fat cheddar cheese 2 sweet red peppers, coarsely chopped 1 cup onions, coarsely chopped 4 garlic cloves, chopped 1/2 cup fresh basil 1 Tbs ...
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (ifood.tv)
Ingredients 4 cans dark beer (brown ales, bocks, and porters are good choices)½ stick butter1 large onion, sliced1 package bratwurst Directions Preheat grill to medium–high.Place an aluminum foil baking pan on the grill and add the first three ...
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batman
Very easy beer brats recipe
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Rick Rollo
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~SarahBeth~
This is our family's way of making beer brats! We love them this way and they are even better re-grilled the next day! Depending on how much you drink while you are prepping you may need more or less beer!
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RecipeTips.com
Enjoy with your favorite condiments.
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Tbird
Ingredients: 2 packages Johnsonville original bratwurst 2 can stout beer, Guinness 10 buns Sauerkraut Dijon mustard In large heavy-bottomed pot, combine bratwurst and beer. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes ...
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Katha
Quick & good barbecued sandwiches Ketchup or mustard work well as garnish. Or just try what ever you like.Nothing works well also.
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Zach
These awesome beer brats are boiled and then put on the grill!
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