Now David, don’t go offending anyone who likes Bud Light. I guess the key is to use a beer that you are likely to drink – since you will most likely have leftovers…and of course understand that changing the beer will change the taste.
Jackie, what you said makes no sense. If the key is using a beer you like, then that completely removes Bud Light as an option since it isn’t beer. As the great Tyler Durden said, “Sticking feathers in your butt does not make you a chicken.”
Paige has better taste than that. I usually get Amber Bock at least when I visit. I’m going to assume she acquired this bottle from a six pack someone brought over to her house one day and she felt cooking with it would be more bearable than drinking it. Right Paige? That’s got to be the reason!
Davids… I love that you know me and my beer habits so well! You are totally right (well, except that it was larger than a 6pk). Notice how I used the ENTIRE bottle in my recipe… because there was no desire to sneak any for myself 🙂
Remind me to tell you about a yummy beer I tried while in Maine. Milestone? It was a small brew from the Sebago Brewing Company. Mmm!