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This recipe is juch a nice departure from the usual Crock Pot recipes for country style ribs which usually produce a gloppy dish. I followed the recipe with the exception of cooking times since I was very busy. I baked the ribs at 250 for 4 hours, drained the beer added the BBQ sauce and cooked uncovered for an additional hour and fifteen. I also added the garlic (3 cloves). It was a delicious dish served with rice and a refreshing fruit salad. Everyone enjoyed this fix it and forget it recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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Chef ElizaDuck June 26, 2010

Yup, winner recipe. Just throw a dryer sheet in your pan filled with water, walk away and 1 hour later you have nothing stuck to your pans! Thanks for a great, easy recipe!

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Bratalli April 04, 2009

Made this for dinner tonight! I left some of the beer in when I added the BBQ sauce. I also just browned in my cast iron dutch oven then used that to cook them too. They were quite the hit!!!

Thanks for sharing!

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StrangeLunaverse January 02, 2011

Excellent recipe, and so easy. I didn't brown the ribs and they were kind of pink on the bottom, next time I'm browning them. But they were tender and juicy. A keeper!

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digsblues September 22, 2010

I just LOVE the way this smells. I also don't brown the ribs (one less dish to wash) and they always turn out great!

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kristyforys September 03, 2010

Made this tonight and it was terrific! The only problem was getting my DH to give up one of his 12oz's. I used Sweet Baby Ray's original BBQ sauce. The meat literally fell off of the bones! Thanks for a great recipe.

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Paka March 17, 2012

Yummy Yummy Yummy! I used Montreal Steak Seasoning on it when I browned it, Miller Light, and Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce (Honey Chipotle flavor). Defiantly a keeper!

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beccatheny March 26, 2010

We treated ourselves to these last night.<br/>I followed Bergy's instructions and used Cattleman's BBQ sauce with a couple of pressed garlic cloves and a tablespoon or so of dark maple syrup added.<br/>I made some of Carolle Simmers "Awful Potatoes" (#11630) and my favorite coleslaw to go wih it, and served it all up with a couple of cold Coronas.<br/>It made for an easy, fun and delish Friday night supper.<br/>My DH is eating the rest of the ribs for breakfast right this minute, so... I think this might become a regular indulgence.

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Clean Plate Club February 03, 2014

This is the best recipe for country style pork ribs I have ever used! I also used the same pan to brown/bake in so there weren't any extra pans to clean though I would gladly wash more than one dish to have tasty ribs like these any day! Thank you for the recipe Bergy!

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CarieCo November 30, 2012

I made this for date night. He absolutely loved them. He loved the onions and couldn't stop eating them. Next time i will add more onions, I didn't deviate from the recipe and the ribs were beyond tender and fall apart. This will be the only way i make my country ribs ever again :)

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anacho123 March 03, 2012
Beer 'n BBQ Braised Country Style Pork Ribs