Four Ale Nachos

Recently the guys from Brewing TV were in town. They wanted to film Justin (The Brewing Network) brewing a beer and asked if I could provide some food. What better dish than Nachos to serve to a bunch of beer geeks, while they are brewing a beer?!?!?!

 

This recipe is a perfect dish to serve for any sporting event (think Super Bowl, World Series, Stanley Cup Playoffs) as well as Cinco de Mayo celebration or even to honor National Nacho Day on November 6!

 

Other recipes to make to create these Four Ale Nachos:

Lamb Chili infused with Stout Beer

Smoked Porter Black Beans

Beer Cheese Sauce

IPA Sour Cream

 

Four Ale Nachos
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Craft Beer Nachos!
Servings Prep Time
10 hungry beer drinkers 20 minute
Cook Time
18 minute
Servings Prep Time
10 hungry beer drinkers 20 minute
Cook Time
18 minute
Four Ale Nachos
Four Ale Nachos
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Craft Beer Nachos!
Servings Prep Time
10 hungry beer drinkers 20 minute
Cook Time
18 minute
Servings Prep Time
10 hungry beer drinkers 20 minute
Cook Time
18 minute
Ingredients
Servings: hungry beer drinkers
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Instructions
To Assemble:
  • Have all the other recipes (Lamb Chili with Stout Beer, Smoked Porter Black Beans, Beer Cheese Sauce and IPA Sour Cream) made and ready to go. Preheat the oven to 400°F/204°C, convection roast if this is an option on your oven.
  • Line a sheet tray with either a Silpat® or aluminum foil. Create a layer of yellow corn tortilla chips, then sprinkle some Colby cheddar and pepper jack on top. Next create a layer of blue corn tortilla chips, repeating with the cheeses. Repeat till all the cheese and tortilla chips have been used. Place into the oven and bake until the cheese melts, about 15 - 18 minutes.
  • Once the chips and cheese are warm and melted together, transfer them to a serving platter. Next layer the warm Lamb Chili Infused with Stout Beer over the surface of the nachos, then spoon the Smoked Porter Black Beans, making an even distribution over the top, then some of the IPA Sour Cream Sauce and then the Beer Cheese Sauce. Garnish with the cilantro and serve. You can also create a Hot Sauce Bar with all your favorite hot sauces ready to go, for your guests to spice up these Four Ale Nachos as they want.
Recipe Notes

Recipe Variations:

  • Instead of making the Lamb Chili with Stout Beer, try using pulled pork that was brined in my Garlic IPA Beer Brine for Pork recipe.

 

Other Nacho Recipes:

Sean Z. Paxton

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