Wisconsin beer brats. Wisconsin Beer Brats Recipe It wouldn't be summer without my favorite, most foolproof Beer Brats recipe ever, straight from the Midwest. After all, when something is so easy to make and tastes so darn good, yeah sure you betcha, I'll be making Wisconsin Beer Brats every chance I get. This Wisconsin beer brats recipe can be made on the stove top or grilled.
Bring to a boil and reduce to simmer until brats are cooked. Remove brats and add kraut and stir. Place brats on medium high grill and cook brats until golden brown and return to beer/kraut mixture until ready to serve. You can cook Wisconsin beer brats using 5 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Wisconsin beer brats
- You need 1 packages of of bratwurst.
- You need 1 jar of or can of sauerkraut.
- You need 4 of Strips of bacon.
- It’s 1 of Onion.
- It’s 1 of 6 pack of Milwaukee's Best beer.
Serve brats on fresh baked brat buns with sauerkraut & onions, fresh grated horseradish, ketchup, and/or mustard. Not the beer brats I remember from Wisconsin. Using the slow cooker made the brats bloat up and the natural flavor of the brats weren't enhanced by the marinade – they were overwhelmed by it. Prick bratwurst with fork to prevent them from exploding as they cook.
Wisconsin beer brats step by step
- Put the brats into a large pot, cover with the beer and bring to a boil. You may have a few beers left over..
- Chop the bacon and onion and brown in a large frying pan..
- Squeeze all the juice out of the sauerkraut, the dryer the better..
- Add kraut to the onions and bacon. Mix well and cook until the kraut starts to brown..
- Set up your grill for direct heat.
- Pull the brats from the liquid let them rest 15min while the grill preheats..
- Grill brats over direct heat, you may want a water spray bottle to combat flair ups. Cook until well browned. It usually takes me about one beer each side, drinking times may very..
- Serve on a bun topped with the sauerkraut or alone with the kraut on the side..
- Top with your favorite condiments, ketchup mustard, BBQ, hot sauce, pickles, raw onion, and peppers have all been used and enjoyed..
- I've tried many different types of beer for this from the expensive to root beer. Milwaukee's best to me works best. Feel free to experiment on your own.
Place in a large stock pot with the onions, butter, and beer. Wisconsin is known for its Beer, its Brats, and its Cheese! So on a day like today I had to make these Brats. They may not fit the bill of being a "healthy" meal but man they sure do fit the bill of being "joyful". I know after tasting them you will completely agree!