Marinades / Sauces
Marinades / Sauces

Marinades / Sauces (3)

How to Make a Sweet & Spicy Grilling Sauce using Arbor Brewing's Strawberry Blonde

My aunt recently gave me some "exxxcellent" grilling sauce, and I was inspired to attempt a clone of it. What I concocted wasn't as good, but was this tangy, tasty, fairly easy recipe for a sweet & spicy grilling sauce using Arbor Brewing's Strawberry Blonde, a Belgian style ale available during the summer months. This beer is brewed with real strawberries and has strong notes of spice, citrus, and coriander. It is a perfect pairing for tangy, spicy, grilled dishes and works perfect as the base for sauce.

How to make a Chicken or Seafood Marinade with Frankenmuth's Batch 69 IPA

This is a quick, easy, and delicious beer marinade you can use for chicken and seafood (we used chicken breast tenders and raw shrimp) on the grill. I made mine with Frankenmuth Brewery's Batch 69 IPA. You can use any beer for this recipe, but I found that the IPA really stuck to the delicate meat and added a lot of flavor.

How to make a glaze for chicken or fish using Founders Better Half Old Ale

It's officially Springtime in Michigan now, and that means we're headed into grilling season. Personally, I don't think there are many better ways to spend time than having some friends over for a few beers and throwing some meat on the grill. Grilling is the most ancient and utilitarian of the culinary arts--kill, dress, put to flame; so I'm always looking for ways to enhance or alter the experience. Whether it be grilling different vegetables and fruits, or even a whipping up a new marinade for chicken or steaks--it's just fun trying new things when you're grilling.