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Learn - Tips & Tricks
Written by Mark Emiley   
Tuesday, 15 July 2008 19:30
Many things you cook can have water substituted on a one-to-one basis with beer.  Sometimes the difference is unnoticeable but at other times the maltiness gives a great recipe some extra kick.  Different styles of beers will give different flavors as well.  Breads are a great place to start.  The next time you make a batch of bread (even with a breadmaker), pour in your most recent concoction and you may be surprised.  Furthermore I will go on to say that ALL BRATS SHOULD BE BOILED IN BEER before grilling (a half an hour with some chopped onions, a little Worcestershire sauce, and a few peppercorns gives a lot more kick to your brats).
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