stout beer jelly

stout beer jelly
stout beer jelly

PREP TIME

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minutes

TOTAL TIME

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minutes

SERVINGS

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servings

PREP TIME

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minutes

TOTAL TIME

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minutes

SERVINGS

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servings

Ingredients

  • makes 7 8oz. jelly jars

  • 36

    oz stout beer

  • 1.5

    packages powdered pectin

  • 5

    cups sugar

Directions

. Bring canner to a boil. Wash jars and lids. Put lids in a bowl and cover with boiling water with the canner. 2. In a large, non-reactive pot, bring the beer and powdered pectin to a rolling boil. It will be very frothy, that’s normal. Stir in sugar and bring back to a rolling boil. Cook on high heat for two full minutes. 3. Pour hot jelly into jars. It will still be very frothy. I decided to leave a thick layer of foam on top of the jellies to imitate the way dark beer looks in a glass, but you could certainly skim it off with a spoon if you like. I only wanted a little froth on top, so I ladled the jelly into jars and led the air bubbles rise to the top for a few minutes before I screwed the lids on. Wipe rims clean, screw on lids, and process half pint jars for 5 minutes. 4. Crack open another beer, toast some pumpernickel or rye bread, spread on some cream cheese and your new beer jelly, and eat up!

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