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Unread 11-02-2010, 12:59 PM   #61
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I made this over the weekend as well with a few mods. A local microbrew instead of Guinness. I kept the Jalapenos, and actually added one chipotle with some adobo sauce to mine. topped with Provolone and a little Sweet baby rays. It was incredible!


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Unread 11-02-2010, 02:43 PM   #62
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Outstanding that looks so good, it's definitely on the to do list
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Unread 11-04-2010, 04:49 PM   #63
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Looks great! BBQPD pointed me to this - going to try this asap!
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Unread 11-04-2010, 08:39 PM   #64
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It looks wonderful , a chuck is hard to beat when you smoke it.
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I'd have no problem helping you eat that!
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This is getting made real soon at my house!! Looking at beers, what ist he difference between Guinness Extra Stout and Draught? Would there be any difference for this recipe?
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Great thread --- thanks to all who have experience with this recipe for posting. It is now on the top of my list of must try recipes.
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That looks amazing,I do a Italian Beef recipe in the crock pot that's kinda similar.
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Today I did two chuck roasts, One with guinness, one with beef broth instead. The one with guinness was HANDS DOWN, far and away better. Not just my opinion, but my non-beer drinking wife said so too!
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Today I did two chuck roasts, One with guinness, one with beef broth instead. The one with guinness was HANDS DOWN, far and away better. Not just my opinion, but my non-beer drinking wife said so too!
Did you use the extra stout, or the Draught?
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Just checking back in here. Good to see the thread is still alive and many are looking forward to trying it out. Thanks for the comments and also to those that added info to the thread. Its great to see other spin offs of this recipe concept!

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This is getting made real soon at my house!! Looking at beers, what ist he difference between Guinness Extra Stout and Draught? Would there be any difference for this recipe?
I honestly could not tell you. Try them both! I just followed the recipe from Larry Wolfe and it looks like I was not the only one that loved it!
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Unread 12-11-2010, 02:54 PM   #72
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Throwing this one back up. Can you guess what I'm smoking today????
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WOW, that looks awesome! now i need to try this out. thank goodness for fridays man. Next friday, the UDS is commin out again for a smoked chuck

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I did minion 15 or so lit coals on top
just because im an ass, i counted close to 30 35 lit coals. HAHA jk. Sorry man, i had to.

Im at work and i am board so.. Anyway. like i said, this looks awesome. i hope it was as good as you thought
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Dang that looks good! Next time chuckie is on sale it's mine. Thanks for reminding us what you can do with Chuck.
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