This marinade produced a very juicy roast with our 4 hour dunking. As per Nado2003, we reduced the soy sauce by about half. The flavor was well-balanced and well-done overall. We cooked the 1.5 pound tri-tip with indirect heat on the grill rather slowly. Using our thermometer probe, we cooked the meat to an internal temperature of 150 and it was perfectly done. Recommended
Very easy. Love That. I will reduce the amount of soy sauce next time because there will be a next time. Thank you.
This is a great marinade that really makes for a tender tri-tip. I used the full amount of beer, but half the soy sauce and the lesser amount of the garlic, because I also wanted to use a dry rub from Santa Maria (central coast) that contained salt and garlic. The result was delicious.
Yum! Whole family loved the tri -tip. Nice and tender. SO SIMPLE!! Thank you. :)
Very tasty and simple Tri-Tip marinade! I made this with Dos Equis Amber and I convinced my wife who doesn't each much meat (I call her a closet vegetarian) to try a bite of the steak I cooked with this and she ended up eating a half pound steak herself. Thanks for sharing!
Very good, and super simple. Yum! I'm sure the beer you use makes a huge difference, we used a Bud Light (didn't want to waste a Guinness) :) and we didn't notice any distinct beer flavor.
Good marinade for tri-tip but for me the beer flavor was a little too strong. But the meat turned out very juicy. Grilled for about 15 minutes per side. Thanks for posting!
We love this! It is so simple yet tasty....a great summer bbq recipe!!
I couldn't believe how wonderful this was and how simple!!!! Will use this recipe often!
This was very good marinade. It went together very quickly and easily and added lots of flavor to the tri-tip. I only had minced, fresh garlic, but I added the equivalent of 10 cloves and it was perfect. Also, I used a 2-lb. tri-tip which I marinated for 10 hours. My family enjoyed this very much. Thank you for sharing.