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Beer mop. A barbecue basting sauce made with beer. Sounds like a match made in heaven to me.
Beer and barbecue just go together, kind of like eggs and bacon. Actually, beer goes great with a lot of things, especially spicy food. So why not make a beer baste to barbecue with? Sounds like a fantastic idea!
This is a mild, savory basting sauce. It has a little oil in it so it's good for meats that need a bit of moisture when cooking. It works fantastic on beef brisket and beef ribs. It also works well with chicken. You can use it on just about anything you like.
A few things you should know about using mops for barbecue:
The inspiration for this recipe comes from a book called Smoke and Spice, written by husband and wife pitmasters Cheryl and James Jamison.
Store any leftover mop in a covered container in your refrigerator. Keeps for about 2 weeks.
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