Chowder
If you’re looking for an intense, comforting bowl of chowder, this recipe filled with Cheddar, brats, and beer is here for you.This recipe is courtesy of Food.com.
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4.5
Bacon-Wrapped Bratwurst
Meat wrapped in more meat is awesome, and especially when the "more meat" is bacon. I could wax poetic on and on and on like some other people in this Recipe SWAT Team, but I'll opt for economy of expression here and just say: !@#$ — try this. (Besides, it only has three ingredients and takes 15 minutes to prepare.) Click here to see Dress Your Food in Bacon and Bacon Fat.
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4.5
Pay homage to Wisconsin with three of the state staples: bratwurst, beer, and cheese. This dip is the perfect game-day dip for any sports gathering, no matter what team you’re rooting for.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
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4.5
Need a full-flavored recipe for your football tailgates? Look no further than celebrity chef Michael Symon's bratwurst and kielbasa recipe. Symon one-ups the whole "beer brat" concept by using Knob Creek rye whiskey — and we know that whiskey is all we need for a great tailgate. 
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4.166665
Pretzel Bun Bratwursts with Tangy Apple-Cabbage Slaw
This easy-to-make recipe balances the spice from the pork bratwursts and the acidity from the tangy slaw perfectly. Enjoy this delicious, seasonal fall entrée for dinner.For more great recipes like this one, visit HelloFresh.
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4
'No-Name' Hot Dog
This never happens. I was completely stumped for a title on this one. So, the name is admittedly a bit of a cop-out — but that doesn't change the fact that this is a simple and delicious combination. Perfectly grilled brats in pillowy potato hot dog buns are topped with homemade mustard with a touch of cumin and zingy tart cornichons (instead of the usual sweet pickle relish). It works. Click here to see 8 Creative Hot Dog Recipes.
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4
A classic combo improved dramatically by taking just a few minutes to mix up your own homemade relish--to which you can add chopped hot peppers for a kick, if you like.
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4
Bratwurst
What Super Bowl party would be complete without the Midwest classic combination of bratwurst and coleslaw? This dish may be inspired by Milwaukee and Pittsburgh, but its easy execution will make it a favorite across the country.This recipe is courtesy of Adam Richman.
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3.8
  The bratwurst in this recipe gets two cooking treatments. First, it’s simmered in a fragrant braising liquid made of fresh orange and lemon juice and Blue Moon’s Sunshine Citrus Blonde beer, and then it’s finished on the grill to give it a nice, flavorful char. 
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Yes, you can buy bratwurst and all kinds of specialty sausages at the store now. But if you've ever been curious what it would be like to make your own sausage from scratch, here's an opportunity. Chef Robert Wiedmaier, chef-owner of several successful restaurants in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, shares his recipe for bratwurst.Click here to see the Oktoberfest: Beer, Brats, and 'Brezels story.
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3
beer-battered corn dog
While this recipe is specifically football friendly with its beer-infused batter, "try using merguez sausage with truffles next time," Micheal Ferraro says. It'll be one classy shindig.Recipe from Delicatessen.
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3
This recipe is perfect for tailgating — start the vegetable mixture at home and grill the sausages at the game. Click here to see  10 Top Tailgating Recipes
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2.333335