Beer Dip II

Beer Dip II

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"This party dip is delicious, quick and easy to make. Use any type of beer. Serve with thin wheat crackers. It is sure to please all, even children. Non-alcoholic beer may be substituted for regular."

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5 m servings
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Try this instead: 2 pkgs cream cheese (1/3 less fat is great), 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, 1 pkg Ranch Dressing Mix, 3 stalks of chopped green onions and only 1/2 of a beer. Mix with a hand...

I was so excited to make this recipe. There was way too much beer, it was more like a soup. It also tasted pretty bad. It went right into the trash - was not viable at all.

What a waste of beer! I had high hopes for this, but like another reviewer this came out like soup and it went right into the trash. A complete waste of ingredients. There was no way to save ...

i had to tweak this recipe a bit to suit my style, but it turned out fanTAStic! i used only half a can of beer (the secret is to add and mix the beer slowly, a little at a time until you reach ...

I also mix in about a cup of shredded cheddar cheese and green onions and then top the dip with some of the green onions for a nice finish- I love it!

Loved this recipe! I did take other users' advice and added 3 green onions, some garlic (to taste) and 1/2 a bottle of beer (6 oz). I also used a stronger pale ale like Sierra Nevada, gives a ...

This one was okay for us. Pretty salty. Scaled it back to 12 servings- used a bit less than half a beer. It did need something (wish I had a green onion) so I added a handful of shredded chedd...

Completely agree with KimM's recommendation... I also find it helpful to use the beer at room temperature

I followed the other reviewers advice and added shredded cheese and green onions. I made this again for a St. Patrick's party and used Dubliner cheese and Guiness. I took it a step further and...