Beer Cheese Beer Brats
Can you believe that Fourth of July is already next week? The time is flying by but we are getting our menu ready and stocking our fridge with lots of delicious drinks, veggies, and meats. We have plenty of burgers, Johnsonville Bratwursts, and all the fixings ready to go! I love Fourth of July because it is a time to come together with friends and family celebrate our country’s independence with some good food!
Speaking of great food, for years I have always wanted to make my own beer cheese dip. I once had it at a restaurant and I instantly fell in love with the rich flavors. This past weekend, I set out to make my own beer cheese dip to pair with my beer brats. I used a double boiler to get the ingredients rich and creamy and made enough for my brats and a little extra for dipping.
Boy was the beer cheese delish! Paired with Johnsonville Beer ‘n Brats and some chopped veggies, and they were PERFECT! We enjoyed our Johnsonville Beer ‘n Brats with some potato chips and fresh melon. We also made some beer burgers and had the perfect little feast.
The best part? The Beer Cheese Beer Brats were such a HIT!!!! I really need to head to back to the market to pick up some more Johnsonville Brats because I am not sure the few packs I have will last that long!
Did you know that Johnsonville Brats come in the following flavors:
- Firecracker Bratwurst
- Original Brats **We bought these
- Beer ‘n Brats **We LOVE these
- Cheddar Brats
- Chipotle & Monterey Jack
- Irish O’ Garlic Links
- Hot ‘n Spicy
- Grilling Chorizo
- Cheddar Cheese and Bacon
- Fresh Polish Kielbasa
- Hatch Chili
- Buffalo Bleu Brats
So, do you want the recipe for the BEST beer cheese to make Beer Cheese Beer Brats?
- Johnsonville Beer ‘n Brats
- 1/2 cup Chopped tomato, red onion, and parsley mix (fresh salsa mix)
- 8 ounces of sharp yellow cheddar grated
- 4 ounces of Emmentaler Swiss cheese grated
- 6 ounces of light beer
- 3 cloves of garlic finely chopped
- 2 tsps. mustard powder
- 2 tblsps. flour
- 3 shakes of red pepper sauce
- 1 tblsp. Worcestershire sauce
Grill Johnsonville Beer ‘n Brats until fully cooked
Using a double boiler, heat beer, garlic, dry mustard, and Worcestershire until warm.
Once beer liquid is warm, add 1/3 of your cheese and whisk until fully combined; repeat the process until all the cheese is fully combined.
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