Beer Pancakes

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  1. JustinH2

    JustinH2 Aspirant (220) Oct 18, 2009 Virginia
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    I was wondering who has made these and what beers were the best? I would think ST choklat and creme brulee would be nice...i was also wondering if anybody tried making them with Tommy Knockers Imperial Nut Brown, i heard that has a strong maple flavor


    I usually make my pancakes/waffles using a box that all you add to it is oil, water and eggs...so if i wanted to make beer pancakes would i just replace the water with beer?
     
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  2. leedorham

    leedorham Defender (690) Apr 27, 2006 Washington

    I like my pancakes super light and fluffy, so prefer using cheap, fizzy beer. Pumpkin beers are a close second.

    and yes, you just replace the water with beer if you're doing the just-add-water mix.
     
  3. Hoptometrist

    Hoptometrist Meyvn (1,015) Mar 19, 2011 Ohio

    I made some pancakes with Founder's Porter and they were great.
     
  4. Dcv

    Dcv Initiate (0) Nov 12, 2009 Michigan

    I have used KBS, they were not good. If I try it again I will not replace 100% of the water with beer, I would try 70% or 60% beer.
     
  5. jbakajust1

    jbakajust1 Moderator (1,048) Aug 25, 2009 Oregon
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    Last year Sean Paxton put a recipe in BYO for cooking with Hefeweizzen and I did the Hefe pancakes that were fairly good. Included Wheat DME, caramelized bananas, Hefe syrup, and clove DME whipped cream. If I did it again I would do the Hefe in instant pancake mix.
     
  6. bpgpitt10

    bpgpitt10 Aspirant (287) May 12, 2008 District of Columbia
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    Wow I never even considered this. I think I might have to pick up a Pumking to make these this coming week. Great idea!
     
  7. afrokaze

    afrokaze Zealot (571) Jun 12, 2009 Arizona
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    I'm planning to try this tomorrow with either ST Chokolat/Mokah/Javah or Rogue Hazelnut Nectar, brown sugar and blueberries, should be awesome.
     
  8. callmeishmALE

    callmeishmALE Initiate (0) Dec 30, 2010 Colorado

    Essentially the same, waffles with brooklyn BCS were great, they'd be great as pancakes though. I'd like to try them with some lazy magnolia southern pecan too.....now I really want breakfast.
     
  9. TomTwanks

    TomTwanks Initiate (0) Apr 5, 2011 Ohio

    done a 75% pumking and 25% h20, and let me tell you, fucking awesome! Especially on game day!
    Go bucks!(though last night was rough =( )
     
  10. BeerKangaroo

    BeerKangaroo Initiate (0) May 30, 2011 Alaska

    Peak Organic`s Maple Collaboration is good, but scale back on syrup once the pancakes are cooked due to the strong maple flavoring in the beer. A lighter melted butter is all that is needed on top of the pancakes.
     
  11. Bierlerner

    Bierlerner Initiate (0) Aug 17, 2010 Oklahoma

    I've played around a lot with pancakes. Made some Cranberry oatmeal porter pancakes. Pretty tasty.
     
  12. creepinjeeper

    creepinjeeper Champion (840) Nov 8, 2012 Missouri
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    I am thinking the choklat replacing the water would be absolutely amazing. I would also put 3 spoons of peanut butter and one spoon of really hot water (to thin out PB) in a mug, mix, and then add to batter. Delicious!
     
  13. smakawhat

    smakawhat Poo-Bah (5,776) Mar 18, 2008 Maryland
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    Not pancakes, but try these Belgian crepes with your favorite Belgian Pale Ale of choice.

    They are delicious try em!

     
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