This brisket can be cooked indoors or out. Using BBQ sauce, beer, onion, garlic, molasses and liquid smoke flavouring. Makes a great dish for a dinner party.
Leftovers make excellent sandwiches for Shabbat.
To keep it kosher, make sure all your prepared ingredients are kosher.
I had a small trimmed brisket (2 lb) and made the smaller version of this recipe, excluding the beer-we just don't care for that flavor anywhere, and substituted 2 T of Bourbon instead. I spread the sauce directly on the meat & added the onion, and layered on 4 pieces of uncooked bacon, then added the rest of the sauce. Since the meat was already trimmed lean the bacon was added for additional flavor, the brisket had been in the freezer forever. The result was simply Fantasic! My husband and I will keep this recipe forever! Can't wait till the whole family crowd is here, the kids and grandkids will love it too! Thanks for such a great easy recipe! - 21 Feb 2006 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Tried this like it was suggested cooking with the beer and spices first for 6 hours then poured that off sliced it then added the sauce did add 2 tsp of bourbon to the sauce returning for the remainer of the cooking time. I have to say this one is a keeper. I am a newcomer to the website and this is my first review. Want to thank all of you for your recipes, reviews and suggestion. I love this! - 14 Mar 2006 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
In addition to the recipe, I let the marinade sit overnight in the refrigerator. This beef is soooooo good. It's tasty, tender and great for leftover sandwiches. MMMMMMMMM - 08 Feb 2003 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)