Total TimePrep/Total Time: 5 min.
This is a great recipe. Have made many times and it never disappoints!
This grew on my at first I thought it should be hot but it’s great cold. My husband liked it so much he said I’m not allowed to make it again lol because it’s dangerously good. We put it on our burgers! It was amazing. Good stuff! I’ll be making this agai!
Loved it. So easy to make and way better than I expected. I wouldn't change a thing.
Just wasn't for me. I made this for a superbowl party and was so embarrassed to serve it! Consistency and flavor were just terrible. Would never make again.
I made this Beer Dip today for a German-themed party on Saturday. I used 1/2 cup beer, and I used sharp white cheddar cheese (I’m allergic to Annatto, the colorant used in many yellow cheeses). The dip turned out great, very tasty, and I know my guests will love it! Thank you for the recipe, Michelle!
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I had this for the first time at a work holiday party and it was really good. I made mine today and it turned out great. I used 3/4 cup of beer in mine. Great with pretzels and it is so easy to make!
Super easy and quick to make. I recommend letting it chill for at least an hour. I made this a day ahead of time and served it with mini pretzels. It's a perfect snack to serve when you're having friends over or to take to a party. I used a Pilsner in this recipe and it was perfect!
I followed recipe as it was presented and added: 7-oz. Genoa salami, chopped fine in food processor. I'd spread the dip on halved loaf of bread; covered and baked 15 minutes at 425o F., uncovered and baked 5 minutes. I'd broiled the dip/loaf 1 to 2 minutes. This dip is a 5* rating!
I made this years ago for a group of friends. Perfect snack! Both salty and creamy, a great combo.