Fall Recipes to Make with Beer or Cider

Fall is a time for nesting, drinking heavier beers and lots of home cooking. Here is
a round-up of some fall recipes made with beer or cider we hope you try.
Cauliflower Beer Cheese Soup
Start your meal with Nutmeg Nanny’s Cauliflower Beer Cheese Soup. Brown ale is the star of this dish.
Classic Beer Batter
From fish to onion rings Great Party Recipes introduces us to a classic easy to make beer batter recipe.
Lina Kulchinsky’s Soft Pretzels 
Pale ale is the featured beer of this pub favorite originally published on Marth Stewart’s website.

Homemade Spicy Mustard
You know what will go great with those pretzels? Mustard made from scratch with your favorite stout.
Beer & Cinnamon Apples
Whip up this boozy take on Grandma’s Chunky Applesauce with Joanne Eats Well With Others recipe Beer and Cinnamon Apples. The blogger pairs this recipe with crepes, but we feel this dish would be amazing on just about anything or on it’s own. Make with pumpkin ale.
Comfort Food from Taste of Home
From Beer Mac and Cheese to Honey-Beer Braised Ribs, Taste of Home has a great round up of comfort food made with beer recipes.
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Photo credit: Taste of Home
Hard Cider Braised Brats
If cider is your thing, braise some bratwurst in your favorite apple hard cider and pair with some sauerkraut like suggested in this paleo dish.
Pumpkin Beer and Brown Sugar Cupcakes
Need we say more…
Pub Cookies
What happens when you add imperial stout or porter beer to flour, chocolate chips, peanuts, and pretzels? Amazing pub cookies from Beeroness.
Cherry Lambic Brownies
Last but not least, chocolate and stouts sound fabulous together but how could you not pass up this-this brownie recipe made with a lambic!
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  1. I do not even understand how I ended up here, but I thought this put up was once good. I don’t recognize who you might be but certainly you are going to be a well-known blogger if you happen to are not already 😉 Cheers!

  2. Guys,

    While I appreciate the recipes you’ve posted. The issue is these aren’t Fall-specific.

    Great effort but I’m afraid you miss the mark, given the abundance of recipes, that are often associated with Thanksgiving or Christmas.

    Instead if I can suggest some recipes, start with homebrewchef.com’s Turkey beer brine. Best part is you need a few growlers of beer to brine it with. Win-Win!

  3. Man good looking food. Kinda wishing we could make some of this great food after some riding through the woods and trails.

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