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Raspberry Ginger Beer Baby Back Ribs!

This is one awesome rib recipe! The Rub and sauce work together to make these the best-tasting ribs ever! Got the idea to do this here https://rockymountaincooking.com/2015/06/ginger-beer-ribs/ and here is the recipe: For the Dry Rub ¼ cup kosher salt ¾ cup brown sugar ¼ cup sweet paprika ¼ cup ...

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Root Beer Bread homemade fresh baked

This may be the worlds best loaf of root beer bread ever baked,,, thank you, no water, no milk, keep your cream in the refrigerator, no need to knead, no sourdough starter, no need to let-er rise, just get-er done, it’s on the unusual sweet side, put some peanut butter ...

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Rootbeer Glaze

This is a Root beer glaze i make when i smoke hams. It is Very sweet citrus and kind of has a spice to it! NOTE: Juggalos in the video i say to use 2 cups Root beer but you are only supposed to use 1 can which is 12 ...

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ManKitchen: ROOT BEER MOONSHINE!

In this episode of ManKitchen, We’re making some crazy strong rootbeer moonshine Recipe: (http://www.allaboutbarsinfo.com/root-beer-moonshine-recipe/) End song: Knight Rider Dubstep Theme Song (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AR0R768?) If you liked this, please give us a thumb up. If you want to see more, subscribe for semi whenever updates. Be sure to check out the channels ...

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Beer & Food Pairings Create Experiences

The CraftBeer.com Beer & Food Course gives chefs an overview of pairing techniques, beer styles and the important place beer serves on your menu. Download the free CraftBeer.com Beer & Food course now at https://www.craftbeer.com/course.

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Beer recipes for the Christmas season

We look at some recipes that you can make using seasonal beers. Flavors like peppermint, gingerbread, and cinnamon all can remind us of the holiday season. But it’s not just foods that are catered to this time of year. Seasonal beers come with certain winter flavors as well. Much like ...

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