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  Subject :Beer for cooking
02/03/2011 13:39 
Joined: 01/27/2011 18:28
Posts: 4
what is a good beer to use for cooking? i have no experience with beer whatsoever as niether me or my husband drink it...
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  Subject :Re:Beer for cooking
02/03/2011 19:25 
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
When I cook with beer, I just buy a can in the grocery store, whatever I find. For myself, I find that it doesn't make any difference which one I use, as far as the taste. Beer is a great tenderizer for meat and chicken and like you neither of us drink it. I've used Heineken, since that is one name I know. Any one else out there who might be more knowledgable, let us know.
  Subject :Re:Beer for cooking
02/03/2011 19:32 
Joined: 12/13/2010 16:35
Posts: 107
I use miller light. I like using light beer.I think a lighter beer still tenderizing but not as strong taste as full beer. Although you don't taste the beer once it's cooked, so could be it's nonsense and doesn't matter what beer you use.
  Subject :Re:Beer for cooking
02/03/2011 21:22 
Joined: 01/27/2011 18:28
Posts: 4
thanks so much!
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