Easy Stout Beer Chili |

This Stout Beer Chili is quick, easy, and delicious. Because it requires just a little extra time to marinate the steak, I decided to cut it in half so this would be a quick meal. I used the Porter Ale from Great Lakes Brewing Company in Cleveland because I wanted a beer with a little more flavor than your standard American lager. I only made the chili in the evening so I could turn off the oven in the morning, but I’ve left the recipe as written so you can still enjoy the meal the next day if you choose.

This chili is a great way to make a meal out of a boring winter day. It is filling and delicious with the added benefit of being a chili with beer in it.

Stout beer is one of the best types of beer to use in chili, especially if you’re looking for a bold flavor. It adds a nice depth of flavor that compliments the chili. This recipe uses a stout-style beer that’s made for cooking, since it’s higher in alcohol content, and you’re going to need it. This recipe is simple and quick to make, and uses a traditional beer that’s easy to find and inexpensive. Enjoy!

Easy Stout Beer Chili Is Perfect For The Winter

Easy Stout Beer Chili Perfect For Winter



Chili made with stout beer that’s perfect for the winter


Chili made with stout beer that’s perfect for the winter



a smidgeon of olive oil 1 pound of beef (ground) 2 teaspoons pepper, 2 teaspoons salt 1 big sliced onion kidney beans in a 30 ounce can 28 oz crushed tomato can cumin (2 tbsp.) paprika, 1 tbsp. 1 tbsp. crushed red pepper Chili powder, 8 tbsp. 1 quart of water Stout beer (14.9 fl oz) Cheddar cheese, shredded yogurt with sour cream chives, chopped


Brown the meat in a big heavy-bottomed saucepan with a little olive oil. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Remove the meat from the pan after it has browned and put it aside. Add the chopped onions to the same saucepan. Cook until the vegetables are somewhat softened. Return the browned meat to the pan. To integrate, mix everything together. Combine the kidney beans, smashed tomato, cumin, paprika, red pepper flakes, chili powder, water, and stout beer in a large mixing bowl. Give it a good swirl. Bring the water to a boil. Allow for one hour of simmering time.

Toss with shredded cheddar, sour cream, and chives before serving. Enjoy! What are your thoughts on this? Isn’t it ideal for the chilly winter months? Please share your thoughts in the comments area below.

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All the flavors of a classic chili, in a healthier and healthier form. This is a great weeknight recipe and can be made in a fraction of the time.. Read more about chili recipe with guinness beer and coffee and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Stout good in chili?

Stout is a type of beer that is brewed with chocolate and coffee. It has a dark brown color and a roasted flavor, so it would be good in chili.

What kind of beer is good in chili?

A good beer in chili is a light beer.

What does beer do to chili?

Beer is an ingredient in chili.

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