Slow Cooker Pulled Beef – Shredded Beef Chuck Roast Recipe

The Wolfe Pit shows you how to make Pepper Stout Beef. Beef braised with Guinness Extra Stout, peppers and onions until fall apart tender.

Print Recipe –

Join The Wolfe Pit on Facebook

Follow The Wolfe Pit on Twitter

Follow The Wolfe Pit on Pinterest

“Broken Reality” Kevin MacLeod (
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0


47 replies
  1. r harris
    r harris says:

    I don't drink beer so I don't really know the difference between stout and lager–but I have some Yuengling lager that I use to cook with. Would that work with this recipe equally as well as stout?

  2. Alex Lazarevich
    Alex Lazarevich says:

    Really enjoying your videos – giving me plenty of new ideas for cooking. I especially like that you use the grill, smoker, crock pot, and the saute pan. It really adds variety to your channel and makes it more enjoyable to watch a lot of your videos.

  3. BeeRich33
    BeeRich33 says:

    Hey Wolfie, what's this music? (sorry just read the description) Maybe a video of seasoning the pan would be good.  If you want some beer recommendations, let me know.  Beer has a tremendous application in cooking, yet it's hardly a go-to for people.  Much greater breadth than wine has.  You makin me hungry at 2 am again.  

  4. MsFunnyhome
    MsFunnyhome says:

    Great, I'm serving for me and my husband green smoothies at the Moment, so that is looking so delicios that I would do it the next childfree day we stay alone!!!   🙂
    Thanks and Greetings from Berlin-Germany
    MsFunnyHome – cake baker from Berlin / Germany

    T-ROY COOKS says:

    Great video Larry! I love the flavor Guinness gives to chicken, but I've never tried it with beef. I'll have to give it a shot after seeing this fantastic dish. Thanks brother!!!

  6. Juanelo1946
    Juanelo1946 says:

    Larry, oh, be still my heart! The sandwich makes me swoon with desire! It's awesome! I recently did a video using a large, low-carb flat bread, and I see no reason why this deliciousness couldn't be bundled handily into one of those. You prove that this magnificent recipe is easy using a slow cooker. Thanks so much for another great one!  — John


Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.