It was my offering, in a way, to the craft beer scene. Post-fermentation, it’s aged in rye whiskey barrels and spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg. Looking at doing this in a cast iron pot over open flame. There is another recipe that I’ve done a couple of times as well which has turned out pretty well. What kind of brown ale did you use? Is there a way to cook something like this without baking it? of well washed peeled potatoes until done. SRM: 13.3 (again, color may get more orange from potatoes). Of course I do something weird, something with beer. If you came into the shop I was most likely suggesting to make a beer that’s a bit different, a squash beer. Getting Into Homebrewing – 2cnd Stage – The FAQ, English Ale, Scottish Ale, Irish Ale Kits, Newcastle Brown Ale Clone | Jay's Brewing Blog, Answering The Question, “Which Is Better Dry Malt Extract Or Liquid Malt Extract?” | Jay's Brewing Blog, 101 In Wine Making & First Recipe | Jay's Brewing Blog, Single serve side dishes is what this Thanksgiving, Raise your hand if you’re having a small Thanksg, Guys! I made this last year (2017) for thanksgiving. 1 teaspoon garlic powder. Stir together the cream and beer in a bowl or large measuring cup. Add the sweet potato slices to a 9-inch cast iron skillet in overlapping concentric circles. In the fall people go crazy with the pumpkin beers. So do the volatile aromatics of sweet potato survive the mash and boil? Bake until the potatoes are fork tender and the liquid has thickened. If you or your family is tired of the overly sweet, sweet potato dishes at thanksgiving give this one a go. Batch size: 6.5gal Especially this Turkey (my favorite). Drizzle with cream mixture, them sprinkle with 1/3 of the brown sugar mixture, sprinkle with salt and pepper. Directions. Repeat with two more layers of potatoes, cream, and brown sugar mixtures making sure to use all ingredients. So the recipe that is pretty cool that you should try out if you are bored or are out of ideas for recipes is, a sweet potato beer. We pretend like the turkey is the hard part. But, in reality, it’s pretty easy. This recipe that they have done is really for all-grain, but if you were planning on making it with extract with specialty grains, this conversion chart is going to help you out. Batch size: 6.5gal It’s not, it’s just the main part. A tasty recreation of the southern staple, this beer has sweet potato roast, heavy spices, and yes, even marshmallow flavors. Your email address will not be published. You can even call them yams if you want, (but in reality they are actually sweet potatoes) but it will be the beer that will sell them to the crowd. Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl and let sit for 15 minutes. Batch size: 6.5 gallons OG: 1.048 (grain based, no assumptions made for sweet potatoes, but true OG should be a bit higher) IBUs: 30 SRM: 13.3 (again, color may get more orange from potatoes) 8.0 lb US Pale Malt Your email address will not be published. Bake for another 20 minutes, press again. I suspect that most of the flavor is associated with the sugars, which just ferments away. Join Maggie's Food Club. The specifications are below. I'm using koji to saccharify steamed sweet potatoes. Learn how your comment data is processed. I believe I used Moose Drool from Big Sky Brewing. I started as a way to marry my love of food and good craft beer. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Recipe: Odd Side Ales Sweet Potato Soufflé Rye Ale Here is a homebrew-scale recipe for the beer that won a Specialty Beer gold medal at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival. Stir together the cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar and flour in a separate bowl. It’s from the blog, “brew-dudes”, their blog is similar to ours at Jay’s Brewing – they really don’t give the same old tips that you find every where and give practical bits of advice. We are located just past Old Town Manassas if you are coming from HWY 28 (Fairfax Area) going South. This sounds amazing! Sweet Potato Soufflé is an old ale brewed with sweet potatoes and lactose. We all like to tell the same lie to each other when we’re preparing for Thanksgiving. If you love wasabi as much as I do, you HAVE, I want to make this ten more times this weekend, s,, 4 medium garnet sweet potatoes (or garnet yams), peeled, thinly sliced. If you want to weird up your side dish, make sure to keep something familiar and safe, like sweet potatoes and brown sugar. Is there another pan that I can use besides a cast iron skillet and would it change the cooking times/temp? More savory than sweet. So the recipe that is pretty cool that you should try out if you are bored or are out of ideas for recipes is, a sweet potato beer. Required fields are marked *. Place the butter and sugar in the bowl of a stand mixer and beat with the paddle attachment on medium-low speed until the mixture is a uniform pale brown and fluffy, 4 to 5 minutes. Sweet Potato Stout Keep me informed on updates, deals and closures. Sweet Potato Amber Beer Recipe. This recipe is for a Sweet Potato Beer, amber in style. I'm working on a beer where 50% of the grist is sweet potato. 1 teaspoon granulated onion. They don’t, however, add any sweet potato flavor. Your email address will not be published. I’m worried it would get overly soupy doing this, though. Become part of a wonderful community of discerning food lovers. Salt and pepper to taste. IBUs:  30 Do you go traditional (boring but safe), do you try to take on Grandmas recipes (which, in my family is basically just a diet coke and pretending you invented Watergate Salad), or do you branch out to make something new (risky)? Copyright The Beeroness - All rights reserved, Melting Beer Sweet Potatoes with Balsamic and Hazelnuts, Spicy Beer Pulled Pork Stuffed Sweet Potatoes, Crispy Sweet Potato and Mushroom Confit Tacos with…, Family Beer Waffles (that I wasn't planning to share). Mash to a fine consistency adding water as necessary. The real beast are the side dishes. Bake for 20 minutes. I’ve made a sweet potato ESB by substituting 5.0 lbs. Required fields are marked *. It’s pretty cool, it’s a great beer that will taste different then the ones that you try in the store for sure. Odd Side Ales Feb 11, 2020 - 2 min read I actually put up a post on this on how to do it as well. The specifications are below. You know me well enough to know what I do. First, boil 8 lb. I'm then going to make a beer from the remaining ingredients and pour it directly on to the saccharified potato … It’s pretty cool, it’s a great beer that will taste different then the ones that you try in the store for sure. Your email address will not be published. (2.3 kg) of sweet potatoes for 1.0 lb. I have mentioned this brew a few times since 2009!. It has become the second most requested dish. It's completely free! Remove from oven, press down firmly on the potatoes with a large spatula to submerge the potatoes. Do not serve alcohol to minors. Recipes on The Beeroness are intended for adult consumption only. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Throw out the boil water to get rid of dirt remnants and green skin flavors. OG:1.048 (grain based, no assumptions made for sweet potatoes, but true OG should be a bit higher) Beer and Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes, an easy one pot dish that tastes like doughnuts and beer! Sweet Potato Casserole is no different. (0.45 kg) of pale malt in a basic ESB recipe. Join now for free or Learn more