Beer Brats by the BBQ Pit Boys

Full Sail Brewing Co. sent us some of their Session Red Label Premium Lager beer for our grilled Bratwurst at the Pit. For some good eating at your Pit, you have to check this recipe out.-…Please Subscribe, Fav and Share us. Thanks..! We are YouTube’s #1 Cooking Show for Barbecue and Grilling. #BBQPITBOYS #BBQ #RECIPES
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39 replies
  1. efranz9
    efranz9 says:

    Where did you get the Curry Gewürz Ketchup from? I would love to know, as you can’t really find that here in the US and it is one of my favorites from back home.

  2. Shannon Moore
    Shannon Moore says:

    That idea works great. I been using a aluminum pan. I put my onions and beer in one then I put my brats in. I do my peppers and some more onions in another pan with butter and garlic. When the brats and onions are cooked I through the brats on the grill for some searing. Just another idea.

  3. Justa Noobie
    Justa Noobie says:

    Being a German guy, I gotta say you are doing this exactly backwards. The Brats go into the beer (straight beer no veggies) and simmer for at least 20 minutes. THEN they go on the grill to brown. The skin should have "snap" when you bite it. The onions (no peppers) are sauteed and put on the brat afterwards and if you add anything other than that, it's sauerkraut and / or mustard. Love your vids though…


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