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Grilled Beer Burgers
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Grilled Beer Burgers

Heat up some barbecue beer sauce, and give your grilled hamburgers some extra gusto. The barbecue sauce goes on after the grilling, so it is served on the side for those family members or party friends who enjoy spirits with the meat. The kids and the teetotalers can still enjoy the burgers sans the beer dip sauce.


Grilled Beer Hamburgers


The Patties

  • 2 pounds ground beef (1/4 lb. Per burger)
  • Worcestershire sauce (a tsp. or two per patty)
  • Seasoning salt (Lowry’s is very good)

Shape fresh or completely thawed meat into patty shapes. Press down in the middle with your thumbs to thin them a bit in the center, as burgers shrink a bit and plump up in the middle. Splash on the Worcestershire sauce and seasoning salt. A little pepper is also tasty, though some people like pepper and some do not.


The Beer Sauce

  • 1/2 can beer (your favorite)
  • 3 TBS steak sauce (the thick type like Heinz)
  • 1 TBS sugar
  • 1/3 cup ketchup
  • 1 TBS mustard
  • 1/2 tsp seasoning salt (same as used in the meat)

Stir all the sauce ingredients up in a sauce pan and then heat on low until you have a nice blend that is thickened and looks like slathering sauce.

Ready to Grill

Put the burgers on the grill on medium heat. Cook 4 to 7 minutes per side or until done. Lather on some beer sauce right before taking the burgers off the grill. Serve on buns with the usual condiments.

 

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