I love cooking with beer. Check out my best recipes and my NewAir Beer Fridge Froster!
I was sent a NewAir Beer Fridge Froster to review however all opinions are my own.
Back in the day when I was in college, I drank beer. If you asked me my favorite brand, there really was no preference. My friends and I were on a budget so we drank cheap beer. I can't say I ever enjoyed drinking a beer then but a lot has changed since then. There are so many craft breweries near my house and I love trying unique beers when I travel on vacation too.
The Best Beer fridge!
A few weeks ago, I had a nice surprise. This NewAir Beer Fridge (Model: NBF125BK00 ) was shipped to my house. Beer never tasted so good!
My new Beer Froster fits up to 125 cans in it and has both a party and turbo mode. The party mode can be turned on when you have company and the fridge will be opened quite a bit. The turbo mode allows you to chill your beer super fast. What's unique about this fridge is that it can bring beer down to chilly 23 degrees, and you can frost your beer mugs or store a growler in it.
I keep my fridge on 40 degrees because some beers should be stored on the warmer side. But when I want an icy cold one, it's easy to bring the temperature down quickly.
This fridge looks super cool especially with my variety of craft cans and bottles. It's sleek design allows you to keep it in a living room, kitchen or recreation room. You can turn on the light to see all your choices of beer before even opening the door. The heated glass door stays frost free.
This amazing beer fridge has adjustable shelves so if you want to store bottles or a growler, that works too. I am so happy to have this new beer froster. @newairusa #ShareYourNewAir #BeerFridge
Why cook with beer?
I like to pair my favorite brews next to a good meal but I also like cooking with beer. It's great in sauces, soup recipes and breads. Beer adds a rich earthy flavor to foods and with so many flavors to choose from, you can add an extra layer of flavor to so many recipes.
Here are some of my favorite recipes to cook with some ale. Whatever beer is in the recipe is typically what I will drink with the food.
I hope you will try some new beers and use them in your cooking too. What are your favorite recipes to make with beer?