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It was really easy to make, but it was really sweet. Thanks!

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Brittany K. August 06, 2008

Loved this. I used Pale Ale for the marination and thought the sugar and spices offset each other really well to give a slightly sweet flavor but with great depth. I wouldn't change a thing with this one!

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Peter J November 04, 2007

Very Yummy! Juicy and tender! I used ribeyes and chuckeyes. I used a mild tasting microbrewed beer along with some garlic for the marinade, I let it soak for 24 hours. I used Montreal steak seasoning for the seasoned salt. I left the steaks out at room temp with the rub on for about 30 minutes. After grilling, I let the steaks rest for about 10 minutes. This is a keeper!

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Not-2-Sweet June 26, 2006

These were very good, but my family thought a little too sweet, and a little heavy on the beer taste. Next time a will do a little different, less brown sugar, and less marinating time, also I didn't use cayanne pepper. Thanx for posting.

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Baby Chevelle February 14, 2006

This was a delicious recipe! Love the flavor of the spices. I added alittle minced garlic to the beer while marinating for about 4hrs in the ref. We like garlic and I use it in just about all recipes that calls for garlic powder too. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. We will be making again :)

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Marsha D. February 13, 2006

This was sooooo good! I used Bass ale for marinating and I think it marinated for 3-4 hours. The spices combined with the beer is a wonderful flavor combination. We'll be making this again!

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Grilled Beer Steak