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Old 08-27-2011, 08:41 AM   #21
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Guinness...simmer though, do not boil=best brats ever!!!
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Originally Posted by worthywads View Post
I save my beer for drinking and simmer my brats in water, but I never have the bud/miller/coors crap around which is almost water anyway. A brat isn't enhanced by beer in my experience, but chopped onions and spicy mustard does.

I'm originally from Wisconsin and sure wish i could find Brat buns in any and every grocery story like there.
Originally from Milwaukee, WI and I don't know if a brat is enhanced by beer because I never had one that wasn't.

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The Green Bay Packer way of making a Brat involves saute of onions in butter, then adding the Leinie's, then the Brats, simmer for several hours, crisp on the grill, add some of the onions from the beer bath and some good mustard on a roll and it is as good as it gets!!!
Never sauted the onions but that's the way it should be done.

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Definitely not a myth, it keeps them nice and moist, then sear em on the grille and they're great! I've tried it with a bunch of different types of bee, Sam Adams, Yeungling, Bud and a few others. I liked the lagers the best (Sam Adams) but there wasn't a huge difference in taste between the good beer and the cheap stuff, at least not in my opinion.
Fully cooked yet still moist yum!
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