Whether you’re using the classiest of microbrews, or a can of PBR, these beer-filled recipes will make you wish you were dancing on tables with a stein in your hand at Oktoberfest. You don’t have to be a beer connoisseur to enjoy these simple recipes, but if you need some help deciding what kind of beer you like best, check out this article to inspire your taste buds before you get cookin’.
The three standard food groups: Cheese, bread, and beer. Get the recipe here.
It’s breakfast and dinner at the same time. Check out the recipe here.
For best results, we recommend drinking the beer before using the can. Get the recipe here.
Who has time to worry about dinner all day? Whip up this yummy marinade the night before and let the beer do the work.
Check out this recipe from down south. Paired with spicy wings? You can’t go wrong.
Beer AND nachos in one bite? Now that’s a win. Find the recipe here.
You can never go wrong with this pasta, and when you add beer, it makes things that much better.
This simple recipe only requires six ingredients.
Watching the game on Saturday afternoon? These pregame appetizers are sure to impress anyone that tries them.
This recipe can feed a small army and is perfect for a cold night.
Everyone loves a big salty pretzel from the fair, but with this recipe, you can make them at home whenever you’re in the mood. These delicious beer-filled pretzels go perfectly with hot beer cheese dip for a DIY fondue.
If you don’t consider yourself an expert chef, this is the perfect recipe for you.
Get up close and personal with your dinner with this recipe.
#SpoonTip: Have leftovers? In a pan, sauté a sliced onion and bell pepper with your chicken for some killer fajitas.
You know what they say, it’s always best to cure a hangover with more alcohol. Heaven is just a click away with this recipe.
This recipe is the ultimate comfort food.
#SpoonTip: To top it off, add crispy applewood smoked bacon because we all know bacon makes everything better. If you prefer darker beer, check out this beer mac recipe that uses Guinness.
Cheers, or as the Germans say, “Prost!”