If you want to use a chocolate extract, Drew tends to make his own to control the flavor and strip the fat. Here is the recipe.
If you’re hosting a gathering around the holidays this year, then you’ll need a menu. Let us help, as we offer details for a four-course meal plus a cocktail that is sure to impress your guests. Oh, did we mention that every recipe includes beer as an ingredient?
Using spent grains as an ingredient to bake with is a great way to reduce waste by reusing a brewing byproduct while also enhancing the flavor of food recipes. Learn the process of how to make spent grain flour, tips for substituting it into your favorite cooking recipes, and also find five new recipes to make after your next brew day.
We all love fermented beverages, but fermented foods are another hobby that can bring a lot of enjoyment (and rewarding deliciousness when done). As homebrewers, we likely have the equipment and most of the knowledge to jump right in.
Fermented French Fries Ingredients2 medium / large potatoesSalt (2% brine) Step by stepWhile fermenting potatoes and then later cooking them as French fries might seem like a slightly paradoxical way to enjoy
Fermented Hot Sauce Ingredients3.2 oz. (90 g) chili peppers 1⁄2 Tbsp. sea salt1⁄2 Tbsp. honeySplash of apple cider vinegar Step by stepWhile most hot sauces sitting on grocery store shelves these days are
Sauerkraut Ingredients1 medium cabbage (about 21⁄2 lbs./1.1 kg)1.5–2 tsp. salt per lb. (0.45 kg) of cabbage Step by stepAs with any ferment, the better the ingredients, the better the end result will
What better pairing is there in the summer than a cold beer and a hot sausage? You already make your own beer, why not make your own sausage too? We introduce you to what may become your second favorite hobby, with recipes for beer brats and Italian sausage.
The national dish of South Korea, kimchi is most often fermented cabbage and has been gaining popularity worldwide. Get some pointers and a recipe to ferment your own batch of this spicy and savory food.
Pumpkin pie, turkey with all the fixings or a glazed ham, cold evenings by the fire with wool blankets, gingerbread cookies, and winter ale. There are so many lovely things about fall
Mango Habanero Cherry Bomb Sauce (Approximately 60 fluid oz. (1.75 L) finished hot sauce) Though not a beer recipe, this hot sauce made with Lactobacillus-fermented hot peppers is another use I have