Cakes, stews, cocktails, breads...you never know where Guinness might be hiding! St. Patrick’s Day is our favorite excuse to consume this iconic stout in as many ways as possible. We found five festive recipes to take you from breakfast to dessert, packing a punch of Guinness’ rich, roasty flavor all along the way.
Start your day with this sudsy twist on the classic brunch cocktail. In her unique recipe, Mandy Kellogg Rye adds Guinness to soften and compliment the spice of tabasco sauce and Horseradish. Turn this beer lovers' Bloody Mary into a full meal with bacon, pearl onions, pickles, mozzarella, or artichoke hearts. And don't forget your favorite light beer as a sidecar!
For a crunchy midday treat, snack on a bowl of these sweet and salty peanuts. Coated and baked in a mixture of Guinness, sugar, vanilla, and salt, they will probably disappear before you can say “Luck of the Irish...”
Straight from the Guinness kitchen itself, these ribs are slow cooked in Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, a brew made with extra hops for a bolder, smokier, more bitter taste. Onions, thyme, and bay leaves lend a timeless, hearty flavor.
It isn’t a holiday unless some indulgently greasy side dish is involved. Right? Right. What makes these onion rings especially satisfying is the fact that they can be made with simple pantry staples like honey, mustard, flour...and Guinness, of course.
Nightcap meets dessert in this homemade Guinness ice cream. Devour it alone or on top of literally anything else: pies, cakes, crumbles, brownies, you name it. If you really want to go out with a bang, plop a few creamy scoops in a glass of Guinness and slurp up the ultimate beer float!
P.S. Do you live in the Dallas area? Nurse your St. Patrick’s Day hangover with some hair of the dog. Stop by our inaugural Bacon and Beer Classic at The Foundry on Saturday, March 18th!