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Combine flavorful herbs and rich creaminess with a lightly hoppy pilsner for a bigger, bolder taste.
A rich brown ale pulls double duty in this recipe as both a marinade and a sauce.
Stack these mushrooms on focaccia or ciabatta with some baby greens for a tasty meatless sandwich or add leftover ’shrooms to a turkey or roast beef sandwich for a big boost of avor.
Quick and easy to prepare—and fun to eat—this recipe is perfect for parties: Your guests can snack on the clams straight from the grill.
This jus is just as comfortable with a French dip or open-faced steak sandwich as it is with expensive cuts of beef; it also goes well with pork and lamb.
Your Super Bowl party accommodates your New Year’s resolution in an easy, one-pot meal: This hearty chili’s full of flavor and low in saturated fat. Add a bold chili stout, some bright vegetables and chipotles for a kick of heat, and no one will miss the meat.
Leftover turkey and veggies become another company-worthy meal.
A classic Roman pasta gets a makeover courtesy of leftover holiday ham, vegetables and a splash of kölsch.
Wiener Schnitzel is an Oktoberfest staple, plus the preparation is quick and easy.
The backyard cook-out goes cutlery-free with these tangy, spicy chicken skewers marinated and glazed in a porter-honey sauce.
As grilling season heats up, let that cold pint pull double duty as a delicious beer marinade.
A Belgian wit adds citrus notes to underscore the squeeze of lime that finishes this dreamy, creamy curry.
Nothing against wings, but chicken thighs give you more bang for your buck. Rauchbier ups the smoke factor in our sweet sauce.
Moroccan spice and black lager put a flavorful spin on traditional beef stew.
Nutty brown ale deepens this beef chili that’s hearty enough for a tailgate and easy enough for a weeknight dinner.
Pile this spicy beer-braised chicken on crusty rolls with coleslaw, or tuck it into soft tacos.
Apple — in both fresh and cider form — gives this farmhouse stew a taste of the orchard.
Practically effortless but seriously tasty, this pork roast should be your go-to dinner for after-work company.
Melt a beery compound butter over just-grilled steaks, and freeze the rest for baked potatoes, sautéed veggies and baguettes.