Beer. The drink that plays an integral part in many Ocktoberfest, St. Patrick’s Day, sporting events, and other festive occasions is said to date back to 9000 BC and is the third most popular drink in the world according to The Barbarian’s Beverage: A History of Beer in Ancient Europe by Max Nelson.
Last week, Guinness Beer celebrated its 250th birthday, so in honor of this momentous occasion, we thought we share with you recipes that make the most of the flavor of this beloved ingredient.
Now you can drink your beer and cook with it too!
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(Photo Credit: Oktoberfest by XRR.)