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15 recipes for beer-loving vegetarians

A platter of perfectly cooked ribs slathered with Spicy Honey Beer Barbecue Sauce is served with cold beer and extra sauce for dipping.

Take a final bite of summer with these Labour Day long-weekend menu options, all made tastier and more interesting with your favourite beers

Beer Margarita

Tangy lime and orange juices, crisp Mexican lager and sweet agave syrup make this marg so food-friendly. Make it with or without the salted rim, and garnish with a lime wheel or wedge. It’s a natural with chips and dip, and just about any grilled meat, poultry or fish.

Hands reach out for bottles of golden lager set beside two frothy Beer Margaritas. Chips and guacamole stand by for munching.

Porter & Cold Brew Slushy Cocktail

Rich cold brew levels up your iced coffee game. It takes a while to steep, but it’s all hands-off, so you can spend that time searching our offerings for the most delicious porter or stout to pair with it. This slushy cocktail is the best for laid-back backyard or cottage long weekends. If you love mocha, add 1/2 tsp (2.5 mL) cocoa powder before blending.

Tall, frosty glasses of Porter & Cold Brew Slushy Cocktail are served on a tray with a bottle of dark beer and a tall jar of cold brew coffee.

5-Ingredient Beer & Cheese Dip

Welcome a cheesy party hero to the table. Serve this creamy IPA-infused spread with bread sticks, crackers, soft pretzels, crunchy raw veggies or tortilla chips — it loves them all. You can boost the heat with fiery-hot salsa or chill it out with mild. In either case, make sure there’s a bottle of hot sauce on the table so guests can customize their bites.

A bowl of 5-Ingredient Beer & Cheese Dip sits in the middle of a platter, surrounded by bread twists, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower and peppers for dipping.

Lager, Shrimp & Sausage Boil Recipe

Boils are a summertime staple in the American South, made with just four simple ingredients: shrimp, new potatoes, corn on the cob and smoked sausage. Here, we’ve dressed up the broth with a generous helping of crisp lager and Old Bay Seasoning, a zesty spice blend that’s a regional specialty.

A round platter piled high with corn on the cob, potatoes and all the components of Lager, Shrimp & Sausage Boil gets a drizzle of garlic-lemon butter before serving.

IPA-Marinated Jerk Chicken with Peach Salsa

This zesty marinade is a cinch to whip up, thanks to the base of store-bought jerk sauce and bold India pale ale. While the chicken bathes in the rich, spicy seasonings, you can get to work on the sunshiny peach salsa. Spoon everything over rice cooked in full-fat coconut milk with a pinch of salt for a long-weekend feast.

A grey-and-black striped napkin is tucked just under the edge of a plate filled with rice and IPA-Marinated Jerk Chicken with Peach Salsa.

Spicy Honey Beer Barbecue Sauce

One of the best ways to savour every last bite of summer is to slather this red-lager-laced sauce on everything that hits your barbecue. It’s honey-sweetened with a bit of tangy fire, and it mellows beautifully on the grill. Try it as a foil to fall-off-the-bone pork or beef ribs, chicken, tofu and meaty burgers.

A platter of perfectly cooked ribs slathered with Spicy Honey Beer Barbecue Sauce is served with cold beer and extra sauce for dipping.

Soba Noodle Salad with Radler Peanut Sauce

Meet your new go-to pasta salad. Packed with tender soba noodles, crunchy veggies and fresh herbs, it’s a yummy alternative to mayo-based white-pasta salads. Its Thai-inspired peanut-radler dressing is also delicious drizzled over grilled meat or tofu.

A bright yellow bowl of Soba Noodle Salad with Radler Peanut Sauce stands on an aqua-coloured picnic table, with cold beers and tasty garnishes on the side.

Crunchy Snap Pea, Red Cabbage & Pilsner Slaw

This pilsner-enhanced slaw really does taste as vibrant as it looks. It’s a tasty make-ahead choice you can tote along to barbecues and potlucks all summer long (it’ll hold for a few days in the fridge once it’s made). You don’t have to make the sunflower seed topper, but we really like the extra crunch.

Bright purple and green slaw, made with pilsner, is piled on a white platter next to a jar of vinaigrette and a glass of the same beer.

Hard Seltzer & Peach Sorbet

Pucker up! This refreshing, sweet-tart sorbet gets its character from fruity hard seltzer and ripe stone fruit. It’s spectacular during peach season but just as delicious made with frozen peach slices any time. The best part: You don’t need a fancy ice cream machine to make it. Just rev up your blender or food processor and grab an airtight container for a little frozen magic.

A small dish holding two scoops of deep golden Hard Seltzer & Peach Sorbet stand next to a pint glass of palest-pink hard seltzer.

No-Bake Mocha Icebox Cake with Stout

This might just be the simplest cake you’ll ever make. No oven required! A mix of stout and espresso boosts the chocolatey flavour of the wafer cookies and gives the cake a decadent edge. While you’re popping a stout to make it, why not serve up a little more alongside the finished dessert?

A hand holding a spatula spreads fluffy whipped cream over the top of a No-Bake Mocha Icebox Cake with Stout. Small bowls filled with raspberries and toasted sliced almonds stand beside the cake plate, ready for garnishing.

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