Beer is the secret ingredient in these potent and insanely good margaritas. We use a light-colored Mexican beer like Corona. Add extra water as you like.
A hearty marinade that works best with that heartiest of meats, the steak. Inspired by Boomdog02's "Grilled "Stout" Skirt Steak."
An easy summer alcoholic drink. Pretty light, so the guests at your picnic and cookout will still be able to legally make their way home.
An easy ice cream float for big boys. Even the biggest meat lover will want to save room for this.
The subtle flavor of almond extract and a generous pour of heavy cream makes this the best root beer float you've ever tried.
Green beer is a must for your St. Patrick's Day party, and it couldn't be easier.
This is great on T-bones or even chuck steaks. I find it works best medium-rare. Top with mushrooms done in garlic butter. Enjoy!
We fry everything in this batter and it's all amazing. Fish, onion rings, mushrooms, you name it and this batter makes it better!
My favorite float.
A spicy marinade that works well with wild game or other tough meat. Inspired by Ben Sullivan's "Beer Marinated Deer, Elk, or Moose Steak."
Smooth and tasty.
The best way for a beer nut to start the day.
A mix of a red beer and a Bloody Mary can help calm your nerves from the night before.
We used to make these in the dorm and invite a group over. Makes about 1 pitcher. We had to limit everyone to 2 at first since it would tend to hit when we thought it wouldn't. If you're really brave try to play beer pong with it.
These are so good so be careful! Blending one of your Corona's into the margarita gives it a silky texture with an extra kick.
Nothing could be easier than this three ingredient margarita-style recipe. Make up a pitcher and keep it ready in the fridge.