Super Bowl Party Beer Recipes
Hosting people for Super Bowl Sunday and don’t know what to make? Well, we’ve got some great party recipes featuring beer in innovative ways. Beer is not just for drinking anymore and it’s become a culinary staple. To help, here is a five-course plan of attack for the big game.
Munch and Crunch: Beer Caramel Corn with Pretzels & Pecans
The key to a good Super Bowl spread is a variety of portion sizes. And nothing is better snacker than a handful of popcorn. This recipe from craftbeer.com utilizes a 12 oz bottle pecan beer, brown ale or porter to add with the salty and sweet popcorn.
The Side Piece: Beer Mac and Cheese
Who doesn’t love mac and cheese? Certainly anyone attending a Super Bowl party would enjoy this American tradition. This simple recipe from A Spicy Perspective enhances the flavor of a traditional mac and cheese with an IPA.
The Dipper: Beer Caramelized Onion Dip
Thebrewerandthebaker.com unleashes all the flavor in everyone’s favorite style – a chip dip! Only this time a nice Amber Ale is added to really take it to the next level.
The Main Event: Mario Batali’s Beer-Braised Short Ribs
Short ribs are narrow cuts right along where the rib meets the breastbone. In other words, they’re similar to traditional ribs, but the servings are smaller which is good for a party. This recipe from ABC combines a full-bodied beer (like a bock or stout) with tasty short ribs.
The Closer: Chocolate Stout Cookies with Salted Caramel
Don’t forget about dessert! This recipe from craftbeer.com has everything you could want in a dessert with salty and sweet goodness.
Don’t forget to stock up on beer and wine from Big Red Liquors before the big day. We’ve even created a beer calculator to determine how much you should buy to make sure no one is left out of the festivities.
So stop in, say hi, load up and party on this weekend!