8 Reviews

We loved these and they are so fun to make! I added a few walnuts because I really like them and they turned out great. I will make these again!

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orangetoamber December 10, 2014

I used Young's Double Chocolate Stout in the recipe and served them with mint chocolate chip ice cream (like one of the pictures suggested.) WOW, they were AMAZING! Very easy and great for a party :)

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nanook2782 January 18, 2012

Wow, I loved the stout flavor in these! The chocolate chips were also a welcome addition. I didn't add the white chocolate, just doubled (and a little more :)) the semisweet. Very heavy, dense brownies. Made for Best of 2010

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sofie-a-toast February 11, 2011

WOW! I wonder if these should be Quadruple Chocolate because I count four kinds of chocolate! I used both dark cocoa powder and dark chocolate chips so mine were very rich and black with a subtle stout flavor. These were quick to make in the Cuisinart and make 12-16 good size brownies in an 8" x 8" pan.

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FLKeysJen March 30, 2010

Absolutely stunning brownies! I think I have a pantry thief that got to my white chocolate before I got to make these, so I doubled the chocolate. These have a delightful scent of stout as you approach them and then the taste of chocolate and stout doesn't disappoint! These are headed straight into my Best of 2010 Cookbook. Thanks, Stingo! Made for Veggie Recipe Swap.

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mersaydees February 07, 2010

As a rule, if I find myself licking the foil after cutting brownies and putting them away, the recipe automatically gets a 5 :). These are so yummy! I used Fort Collins Brewery Chocolate Stout (yum), and like other reviewers I used half whole wheat and half AP flour. No splenda, though...but I did cut the sugar down to 1 3/4 cups. I went for the white chocolate chips and I'm glad I did; since they were cold from my fridge they stayed firm and gave nice texture to the finished product. Thanks for posting! Made for Veg*n Swap Dec. 2009.

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smellyvegetarian December 13, 2009

WOW this was fun. . .I get to bake with beer AND there is beer left over to drink LOL. I took Wish I Could Cook's lead and used 1/2 splenda and 1/2 whole wheat flour. I subbed out the white chocolate chips with chopped walnuts which were GREAT in this recipe. These brownies were a bit spongy and heavy, but that is probably due to the Splenda and whole wheat flour. I sincerely enjoyed these with a cup of decaf as an afternoon snack. THANKS. Made for Veg*n Tag Oct 2009.

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JanuaryBride October 13, 2009

Really good and really fun to make! I didn't have a chocolate stout, so I used a plain, dark beer and I don't think it took anything away at all. I probably should have baked them a few minutes longer than the 42 minutes I had on the timer (but I couldn't wait). Regardless, the end result is a great, moist chocolately brownie that you can have fun surprising people with when you tell them about the ingredients! Oh, and I almost forgot to mention, I used half Splenda/half sugar; and half whole wheat and half regular flour. So the brownies were a little lower calorie than listed...I think I'm going to go have another...

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Wish I Could Cook October 08, 2009
Triple Chocolate Stout Beer Brownies