Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

Beer-Braised Chicken Wings
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Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

We love to serve this simply seasoned chicken in wing form, as appetizers, but you absolutely could make a meal of it. Use this recipe on any cut of chicken; thighs, drumsticks, even breasts work well and are delicious. Just be sure to lengthen the braising time according to the size and amount of the pieces you choose.
Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

Barbarossa Double Dark Lager
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Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

According to our sources, this was the first beer brewed by Christian Moerlein back in 1853. While the label mentions “Double Dark,” it’s really only double dark if you’re thinking Natty Light, not if you’re expecting something like a doppelbock. On the nose, look for notes of toasted crackers and fresh bread dough, with a bit of coffee and supporting hints of fig-like fruit and a touch of rum. We found the palate presented a more caramelly and chocolaty character than the aroma suggested, with some dark fruits akin to raisin, plum, and fig. Finishing quite dry with some lingering hints of apple skins and apple cider, this is a nice American version of a German style beer, riding the line between a Munich-style dunkel and a bock.
Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

Beer-Braised Chicken Wings
Beer-Braised Chicken Wings
Christian Moerlein
Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

Beer-Braised Chicken Wings
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Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

We love to serve this simply seasoned chicken in wing form, as appetizers, but you absolutely could make a meal of it. Use this recipe on any cut of chicken; thighs, drumsticks, even breasts work well and are delicious. Just be sure to lengthen the braising time according to the size and amount of the pieces you choose.
Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

Barbarossa Double Dark Lager
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Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

According to our sources, this was the first beer brewed by Christian Moerlein back in 1853. While the label mentions “Double Dark,” it’s really only double dark if you’re thinking Natty Light, not if you’re expecting something like a doppelbock. On the nose, look for notes of toasted crackers and fresh bread dough, with a bit of coffee and supporting hints of fig-like fruit and a touch of rum. We found the palate presented a more caramelly and chocolaty character than the aroma suggested, with some dark fruits akin to raisin, plum, and fig. Finishing quite dry with some lingering hints of apple skins and apple cider, this is a nice American version of a German style beer, riding the line between a Munich-style dunkel and a bock.
Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

Barbarossa Double Dark Lager

Beer-Braised Chicken Wings

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DECEMBER 21st: BEER-BRAISED CHICKEN WINGS
 
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