Ingredients1 h servings 417 cals
- Prepare brats on a gas or charcoal grill according to package directions. When brats are cooked, remove from grill and place in foil baking pan.
- Place pan on grill, add beer, butter and onions. Over medium heat, on a covered grill, allow brats to simmer in beer and onions. Serve each brat with onions on a bun. Enjoy!
Per Serving: 417 calories; 31.4 g fat; 27.2 g carbohydrates; 22.9 g protein; 84 mg cholesterol; 1116 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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Read all the reviews before trying this fun recipe. Didn't change any recipe ingredients or measurements but did marinate the sausages in half the beer before grilling them. Then popped them in...
Brings back fond memories of tail-gating at Lambeau Field! Brats cooked and served just like they do in my home state of Wisconsin. The only change I made was to cook the onions in the butter a ...
This is very similar to the "On Wisconsin Brats" recipe posted years ago on this site. My review then, and now, for this recipe applies... GREAT RECIPE; GOOD STUFF FROM JOHNSONVILLE! Johnsonvil...
The way we always do is to cook 1st in the beer/onions, then grill. Any not eaten immediately go back in the beer to stay hot. Also, you should poke some holes into the brats so the beer & oni...
I also 'use the opposite process and cook with onion and beer, then on the grill.' But... you MUST use a GOOD, HEAVY BEER! Typical, mainstream American beers (Bud, Miller, PBR, etc.) won't give ...
There is something about the seasoning in Johnsonville Brats that I prefer over others. However, following the direction of my neighbor from Wisconsin, use the opposite process and cook with o...
very good I think better than boiling first and then putting on grill I've done that too but these had great flavor!! Used Shiner Boc beer, added a few pepper flakes and garlic powder to it (cam...