Also, I want to thank you for posting this recipe because its a new favorite around here among family and friends! I’m Corey, and I’m so happy you’re here! introduced me to this dip. She IS amazing Hey, maybe the Beer Dip could make an appearance at your LFD? Mix cream cheese, sour cream, dressing, and beer til you reach your desired creamy consistency. BEER DIP! I think if you scroll down the comments, someone said they heated it and loved it that way. Yes, it should be fine. I know so many questions are annoying, but I would REALLY like to try this dip =). Any ideas about what I did wrong? No dumb questions here. This dip is super delicious . Is it just mixed herbs? This is the dip we bring everywhere, and it is always the first dip to disappear. Check it out! This makes a fantastic game day food, and I planned on sharing it again when my Pack headed back to the Superbowl, but I won’t dwell on that heartache. Start by placing the 2 bricks of cream cheese in your mixing bowl. Sorry for not clarifying. Dressing works great! Which herbs, and how much? Hopefully I can remember next time . We’d be good buds. I give her all the credit for the awesomeness! The cream cheese mixture is already smooth and not chunky when it’s served cold. Or does it need to be warmed? Seems like it might be good that way too but I don’t want to try it and ruin it. Why this recipe works so well: It is super quick and easy to make. I made this for super bowl tonight, tested it (GOOD), but will definitely try it heated instead of cold. Next add your 2 cups of cheese and ranch … . This blog is full of my love of food, photography, family & friends. hopefully more time in the fridge will help! I did the two cream cheeses, 1-8oz sour cream and the ranch packet, I put half the green onions, and the said amount of cheese then garnished with the rest!! They’ll love it. His sister brought him some of this (he called it beer cheese) and shared it with me! I add bacon and red onions to mine . Yay Laura I am so glad you liked it! you will burn many more calories, which means you can eat more beer dip Start by placing the 2 bricks of cream cheese in your mixing bowl. No cooking required. This is one of those “lick the bowl clean” recipes. Born and raised in Wisconsin, known for their cheese, beer and Packers, I would be remiss to not share this amazing Beer Dip recipe that my sister in law introduced me too. oops and I also used a Deschutes Black Porter…..So yummy!!! , @Jen, Jen I just have to tell you how big of a hit this was last night with a few friends!!! It’s a combination of two types of cheese and beer, so you have all your basic Wisconsin food groups there. I have made this three times now – everyone always love it! Then mix in 1/2 cup of cheese, leaving the remaining cheese to sprinkle on top. I bet this would go great with my beer bread recipe! Did I mention how simple this bad boy is to make! Next add your 2 cups of cheese and ranch mix. I used Amber Bock the first two times and Yuengling the third time. Summary: This creamy Beer Dip recipe is perfect with pretzels or scoops. Hi Monica – I think you could make this today and it would be fine for Wednesday. Add all of the ingredients to a small bowl and stir well to combine. I hope you find a couple yummy recipes to try. thank you! I imagine the beer might cause it to crystallize if frozen…, I love this dip! THANKS I get beer dips at restaurants/breweries all the time served with pretzels or pita chips I would love this one to be warmed up like those re but dont want to over cook it . oh, nevermind, I read the other comments. Cheese, and beer....enough said. I think many like the sour cream/cream cheese mixture. Thanks for sharing. The spicy chicken dip recipe that I have (which is extremely similar to this) gets heated in the microwave for a few minutes, then 1-minute increments, until it is bubbly around the edges. Refrigerate dip for about and hour. Serves: 6 people Serving Size: 1 cup Servings per Batch: 6. I don’t know if you taught your mom how to cook or if she taught you, but both of you are awesome cooks! you will burn many more calories, which means you can eat more beer dip . I make this dip for almost every party because people love it so much; thanks so much for sharing this!! It’s now live! No party is complete without this famous Beer Dip Recipe. Oh. Lager, pilsners, and lighter beers make a slightly sweet, mild dip. Ok call me dense but when you say 1 package of Ranch are you referring to the premade bottle of ranch dressing or the packet of dried ranch mix? Thanks!! Being from Europe, I have no idea what the dry Ranch mix is. Buffalo Chicken Dip (No Ranch or Bleu Cheese). I think this dip has a lot of potential if I can just get it to be a lot less salty . I was looking at a few different beer cheese recipes but this seems like the best one. Ingredients: 20oz shredded Rotisserie Chicken (any chicken shredded or cubed will do really); 6-8oz Frank’s Hot Sauce (I use 8, you can always add more after it’s done); 8oz plain brick Cream Cheese (preferably softened); 16oz shredded Cheddar and Monterrey Jack cheese blend Will be making this for my sad, non-Packer Super Bowl party. Can’t wait to try it out. The extra time in the fridge just gives it a better time to let the flavors mix, but trust me, I have made it and eaten it immediately as well. Just made this for a Christmas party we are having tonight!! !… I added real bacon bits, small cuts of pepperoni, a little Beau Monde seasoning for added flavor… Making this recipe a touch of me..:). www.tryanythingonceculinary.com/i-could-go-for-some-beer-dip Before serving, garnish with bacon bits and green onions We all loved it and I will definitely make it again!!! This is a cold dip. Your email address will not be published. I just want to swing by and say I’ve made this a few days in advance and it was just as good as when I make it a night before. Yes yes yes! Subscribe by email and receive my free challenge, 5 Days to Overcome Your Hospitality Woes,plus updates on new recipes, DIY tricks, frugal finds, and more! Thank you! I keep forgetting to try it with the mix of cream cheese and sour cream, I’ve only done it with just cream cheese. Feel free to mix by hand…. And this Ranch Cheddar Beer Dip is one of my new favorites! Beer Dip! Feel free to play around with the beer. My dear friend Beth introduced me to this dip. Then I would be able to use up the extra beer (as I don’t drink it either). I’m always on the hunt for recipes that whip up quickly. Jamie – honestly, I have never tried this as a warm dip, so I can’t even speak to its success. And serve! Looks like you are the queen of appetizers. Subscribe by email and receive my free challenge. Required fields are marked *. It;s such a very small amount of beer throughout so much cream cheese, but if it’s a concern and/or there are younger children, feel free to use non-alcoholic. Mix cream cheese, sour cream, dressing, and beer til you reach your desired creamy consistency.