simple, easy, and super tasty! we love these on football days.
These were very good. I only had two beers so I added 2 cups of chicken broth to the beer, turned out very good. I loved the flavor of these and the onions.....yummy. I will make this again as we all loved it. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us.
Great! I also added butter to the simmer. We loved these.
Very good, added the cajun seasoning to the mix and also some smokehouse pepper. Had them with just white bread since we aren't much for rolls.
AWESOME! I forked the brats and I added a stick of butter to the simmer. Also garnished with saurkraut, sliced tomatoes, and finely chopped cucumber.
Thank you for the recipie. I refer to it everytime I make brats which is at the very least once a month. We're from OHIO and we are a brat eating state! We even have a Brats festival! Anyway, I have even used 2 beers and the the rest water, or 1/2 water and 1/2 chicken broth. And even all water when we had no beer or chicken broth. I'm real funny about cooking sausage and always afraid it's not done. I am confident everytime when I do it your way, then put it on the grill for 10 mins on high. Watching very closely because of flare ups! Thanks for sharing!
These are quite yummy, even if you don't bother to brown them off after simmering in the beer!
I made these on my Labor Day weekend camping trip. Everybody loved them. It was a nice change of pace from a camping hotdog. Thanks!
*Made for ZWT III* These brats were very good. They were quick and easy to make with lots of flavor. I used a homemade dark beer to simmer these in and they turned out wonderful. In addition to the reserved onions, I served these with diced tomatoes, sauerkraut, and stone ground mustard on a cracked wheat bun. My family really enjoyed these. Thank you for sharing!
The only thing I do different is to FORK the casing while soaking in the beer/onion/butter mixture. It gets all that flavor into the brats. Particularly when I take it from the grill and put back into the beer mixture.