Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins
These are really good served on an Italian bun topped with your favoritew condiments. I love a dark sweet mustard,raw sweet onion, tomatoe, horseradish and chopped hot or sweet peppers. Sometimes I use just sauerkraut and sweet mustard - Use your own imagination & enjoy. Use your own favorite sausage!
- 8 beef sausages
- 1 cup lager beer or 1 cup light ale
- 2 fresh sage leaves, chopped
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 1 onion, finely chopped
- Prick the sausages with a fork and place them in a glass or stainless steel bowl.
- Pour the beer in a sauce pan add the sage leaves, worcestershire sauce, onion and pepper, bring to a boil and then pour over the sausages.
- Marinate the sausages for 4-6 hours in the fridge.
- BBQ over medium High heat for apprx 15 minutes, turning frequently or until they are cooked through.
These were so good! I loved the marinade...it smelled very good on the stove. I used Corona beer, which gave the brats a light flavor. I served them with red onion, relish, different mustards, ketchup, and mayonnaise (I have a weird friend), with pasta salad and balsamic marinated grilled asparagus on the side. This was our first time making brats, and it went over very well! They all got eaten! Thanks for sharing such a tasty recipe!
These were delicious! I used chicken brats, which were lower in fat, but cooking them this way, they didn't suffer in taste at all! My husband is from Milwaukee and up there they like to BBQ brats by simmering them on the grill in the brew then browning them at the last- this is quite a lot like that. He quite approves, and was very happy to hear that I was cooking brats as part of the cookathon and I can say that with this recipe I made a very good choice! Thanks for a great recipe, Bergy!
They did turn out nice, just not sure what flavour the beer brought the sausages as opposed to the flavour they already had.....It was just not obvious to me. They were tender and not greasy.