What is beer cheese dip?
Beer cheese dip is a cheese spread typically made with sharp cheddar, beer, garlic, and spices, served with crackers or crudités as an appetizer.
How is beer cheese dip made?
Beer cheese dip is typically made by heating beer with ingredients like garlic, mustard, and Worcestershire sauce in a saucepan until the beer reduces, mixing in cheese and milk, and continuing to cook until the cheese is melted. The resulting mixture is a cheesy spread that can be served warm or cool.
Who invented beer cheese dip?
Beer cheese dip is thought to have been invented in the 1930s by a chef in Clark County, Kentucky. This was recognized as the birthplace of beer cheese in 2013 by the State of Kentucky.