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Was a great and easy recipe. I doubled the meat and it came out great.

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Mesomar October 22, 2010

I used a few pounds of carne asada that I cut-up, but this recipe could probably use more tomatos, Anaheim chili and salt. Wasn't too bad, otherwise.

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tracytrebilcox January 26, 2010

Delicious! I recommend using 2 lbs of beef as there was too much liquid for 1 lb. I used a jalapeno and a long hot chili pepper (about 1/4 c total chopped pepper) and ended up with just the right amount of heat. The beer gives a good flavor, we love this recipe!

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stampwithc January 26, 2010

Great base recipe. I changed it up as follows: <br/>I ground up 4 large chicken breasts (approx 2 lbs) and substituted that for beef, also used 1 medium Red onion, 4 jalapenos sliced, 2 scorpion peppers chopped, 1 whole green bell pepper chopped, 3 tomatoes chopped and 20oz light beer.<br/>The result was a hot (but not too hot) chili with a great flavor. Will make again, but probably use 16oz beer and add a can of tomato paste to thicken the mixture.<br/><br/>Overall, extremely pleased!

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TMS Rochester December 21, 2013

So very tasty. I decided not to add the pepper because my children don't like it too spicy, but the taste was just right any way. Will definitely be making this again.

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Ann M. November 07, 2013

My new chili recipe! I added mushrooms and corn. My hubby loved the meatchunks and mushrooms, but disliked that I added corn. I would have liked it spicier, but my kids don't eat anything spicy.

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graymojocat February 13, 2012
Beef and Beer Chili, Easy Crockpot Recipe