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What are the most useful and flexible beers to cook with?


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after4ever 6093:229
Elysian Dragonstooth Stout

Reasonably priced. Good for jus, braising, chili, cookies, and probably a million other things I havenít tried it in.
3/16/2013 9:19:54 PM

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Cuso 4298:142
Originally posted by jtclockwork
I use a lot of smoked beers in BBQ sauces.


Same with me. And also in stews, goulash etc.
3/17/2013 1:15:15 AM

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JLLSU 238:1
Originally posted by blipp
Many years ago I though Malta Goya was a beer and bought a bottle. That was a mistake. Good to cook with, awful to drink.


I served with many hispanics in the Army that would drink that stuff like water.
3/17/2013 6:22:11 AM

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HighWine 950:26
The Unibroue line up is good for cooking. I made an awesome vegetarian French onion soup using Maudite instead of beef stock.
3/17/2013 6:26:45 AM

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