11 Ways to Use Stout for St. Patrick's Day

Take your stout beyond the bottle, and use them in these unexpected recipes and more.

By: Abigail Barnes

Photo By: Abigail Barnes


Photo By: Abigail Barnes

Photo By: Abigail Barnes

Photo By: Abigail Barnes

Photo By: Abigail Barnes

Photo By: Abigail Barnes

Irish Nacho Dip

This hearty nacho dip is delicious without stout, but even better with. Serve it with potato chips, French fries or tater tots. Get the recipe>>

Stout Braised Short Ribs Recipe

Braising short ribs in stout beer offers an exceptional, mouthwatering taste that makes the perfect meal for St. Patrick's Day. Get the recipe>>

Irish Mexican Coffee With Whiskey Whipped Cream

Whiskey whipped cream really gives this Irish Mexican coffee — flavored with stout — a distinct flavor. Sprinkle cinnamon on top for extra flavor. Get the recipe>>

Corned Beef With Roasted Vegetables

Cook this corned beef in a stout- and maple syrup-infused broth for a true Irish meal. Get the recipe>>

Stout Bottle Tags

Dress up your stout bottle this St. Paddy's Day with printable shamrocks and tags. To make this, spray your bottle with gold paint until completely covered. Let dry, and tightly wrap your favorite ribbon or twine until the bottle is mostly covered, securing the ends in the back with glue or tape. Print the shamrocks and tags, and glue the shamrocks to the front of the bottle. Hole punch the tags, and place around the neck of the bottle using ribbon. Write fortunes or other fun messages on the back of the tags. Print the bottle tag patterns here>>

Dark Chocolate Stout Mini Pie

Impress your St. Paddy's Day party guests with these miniature dark chocolate stout pies. You can bake the crust using a cupcake pan. Get the recipe>>

Stacked Pancakes

Serve these stout-flavored pancakes for St. Patrick's Day breakfast, and top it with bacon for a delicious flavor contrast. Get the recipe>>

St. Paddy's Day Photo Props

Use these printable hat, beard and stout patterns for your St. Paddy's Day photo booth, or use them during your pub crawl. All you need to do is print, cut and glue to bamboo skewers.

Bloody Rosemary

It's all about the stout and garnishes with this bloody rosemary recipe. Top this drink with a skewer of turkey, olives and grilled potatoes. Get the recipe>>

St. Paddy's Day Cake Pops

These festive cake pops are so easy to eat you can hold a beer in your other hand while eating them. Get the recipe>>

Salted Stout Caramel Popcorn

This mouthwatering caramel popcorn recipe will be a hit at your party and makes the perfect companion to Irish beer and whiskey. Get the recipe>>

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