Beer Beef Jerky Recipe
This beer beef jerky recipe starts off with a good dose of rich amber ale beer called Fat Tire. It's soothing aroma and rich malty flavor goes amazingly well with the smooth flavors of molasses and brown sugar. I know you must like beer and jerky since you're already here, so give this one a shot and you can thank me later !
- 3 - lbs beef top round or roast
- 1 - bottle fat tire amber ale beer
- 1/3 - cup worcestershire
- 2/3 - cup soy sauce
- 1/4 - cup molasses
- 1/4 - cup brown sugar
- 1 - Tbs onion powder
- 1 - Tbs garlic powder
- You first need to cut your meat against the grain into 1/4" strips. This can be done using a sharp knife or you can have the meat cutter at your local store do it for you. Either way is fine.
- Mix all of the ingredients into a large pot and heat until it is hot to the touch and then turn off heat. Stir thoroughly for about 5 min or until molasses and brown sugar have dissolved. Let cool to room temp.
- Divide your meat into two separate gallon size bags and then add the marinade evenly to each bag. Marinate for 24 hours.
- Remove your jerky meat from the bags and gently pat them down on each side to remove excess marinade.
- Dehydrate your the strips with your favorite method for 5-7 or until done and enjoy that amber ale jerky!