Total Time
40mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

This recipe is from Curly's Pub located in Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers. I love beer cheese soup. This stuff is so creamy and so easy to make with easy to find ingredients. If you have an immersion blender you can blitz this right in the pan. Otherwise you can take it to your blender. Top with some unbuttered popcorn. GO PACK GO!!! :) UPDATED: I checked the recipe and it did call for 6 cans of beer, but it cannot be right. I called Curly's Pub at the stadium and got the correction from them at 2 cans of beer. The recipe they had given out was for the larger amounts made for the restaurant. 6 Cans of beer makes a bit more sense then. LOL.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Sauté carrots, onion, celery and garlic in butter until tender. Whisk flour into sautéed vegetables and allow to cook for 1 minute while whisking constantly.
  2. Add beer to vegetable/flour mixture and whisk until all the flour has dissolved into beer. Add water, chicken base and heavy cream. Bring to a light simmer. Turn down burner and allow to cool for 15 minutes.
  3. Add cream cheese, sour cream and American cheese slices.
  4. With a burr mixer, puree vegetables until there are no large pieces and the American cheese, cream cheese and sour cream are completely melted. Add remaining cheese using a whisk.
  5. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
Most Helpful

5 5

I hosted a Packers football game viewing this weekend and made this soup for my guests. It was delicious! A bit on the thin side, as the previous comment states. I used miller beer and the flavor was mild so two bottles is just right!

5 5

From having lived in Green Bay and being a Wisconsin native, this recipe is fantastic. The only recommendations I have are to: 1) Plan ahead: use this as an excuse to make beer brats the night before and save the boil liquids to use in place of water. It makes the soup that much more savory. 2) Add the heavy cream around a minute after the other liquids and reducing temperature to prevent it from curdling and ruining the texture

5 5

Actually the SIX cans of beer was correct for this recipe. Two cans for the soup and 4 cans for the cook/chef. To contrast the rich flavor of the cheese an American Ale or IPA would do well. A dark nut brown ale or stout would probably be very good as well. The cook time should be changed to read "FOUR BEERS TIME".