Mustard Ale Sauce

Mustard Ale SauceMustard.  It’s one of those multi-use condiments that I don’t know what we would do without it.  Enter Mustard Ale Sauce, making a Beer Mustard sauce. This easy to make sauce has a perfect balance between the light spice that mustard inherently has mixed with a touch of honey and a floral hop flavor from the American IPA Style beer.

 

This Mustard Ale Sauce recipe is wonderful served alongside my Stout Cured Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe.  Try it alongside my Beer Brined Chicken recipe for a picnic or day at the beach.  Or use this with smoked brisket to make a killer sandwich that a Pit Master would be jealous of, or as a dip for a vegetable crudités! The possibility of what to serve this recipe with or on are endless.  Please share in the comment section, how you use this Mustard Ale Sauce!

 

Makes: 3/4 of a cup of sauce.

Mustard Ale Sauce
Mustard Ale Sauce
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Mustard Ale Sauce: A wonderful mustard sauce infused with a hoppy IPA making this a very versatile recipe and how it can be used.
Servings Prep Time
10 servings 5 minute
Servings Prep Time
10 servings 5 minute
Mustard Ale Sauce
Mustard Ale Sauce
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Rating: 5
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Mustard Ale Sauce: A wonderful mustard sauce infused with a hoppy IPA making this a very versatile recipe and how it can be used.
Servings Prep Time
10 servings 5 minute
Servings Prep Time
10 servings 5 minute
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Instructions
  • In a medium sized bowl, add mustard, beer, honey and salt and whisk until combined. Taste and adjust the sweetness if needed by adding more honey (giving the recipe a thicker viscosity and texture). Transfer the sauce to a seal-able jar and store in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
Recipe Notes

Cooking Beer Suggestions:

Pliny the Elder from Russian River Brewing Co. has such a wonderful, rounded hop flavor/bitterness. It has the citrus, the herbal, the dank and the slight earthy finish, with a clean dry malt backbone that makes the hops shine.  Mixing mustard into an IPA, with a touch of sugar, the hops stand out, but are brought back with the mustard kick.  Another Double IPA, Blue Dot from Hair of the Dog, Imperial IPA or just your favorite IPA would also work.

 

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