Beer Turkey Recipes
Whether you roast it, fry it, smoke it, or grill it, turkey is always better with beer.
By The Beer Community on Nov. 21, 2017
Turkey is a great meat especially when you need to feed a lot of people. Here are some mouth-watering turkey recipes that we are definitely thankful for:
Serious Eats has nailed some serious meats with this delicious smoked turkey recipe. Covered in spices and smoked to perfection this is a great change from your usual turkey recipe and a great reason to bring out the smoker!
Spruce up your standard roast turkey recipe with the Spruce’s Beer-Basted Roast Turkey. Adding your favorite ale will make your bird so tender and juicy you’ll wonder why you never did it before.
Fried turkey is so good we couldn’t pick just one recipe that we loved, so here we give you 15 different recipes for fried turkey from Brit + Co.
We went to the experts for this delicious doozy. Butterball teaches us the right way to grill turkey.
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