Are you in need of a Beer Cheese Dip for your next party, game night, or just craving it? We’ve got you covered.
We’ve rounded up 10 ooey-gooey, quick, easy,and delicious beer cheese dip recipes.
10 Beer Cheese Dip Recipes
This creamy, salty, and smooth pub-style beer cheese dip is an easy appetizer recipe that’s ready in 15 minutes. Flavored with lager-style beer (or your favorite style), garlic, smoked paprika, a bit of dijon mustard, and lots of cheddar cheese, this robust dip is extra flavorful and awesome with homemade soft pretzels, fresh artisan bread, pitas, or celery.
Beer Cheese Dip is an easy cheesy appetizer that is perfect for game day or when hosting friends.
Beer, cheese, and pretzels are all perfectly acceptable party foods on their own, but we’re wondering, “What if we combine them all together?” The answer is simple. You get the most game day-friendly food known to humankind. This garlic-seasoned cheesy dip gets better when you eat it with a cold bottle of beer, and the warm, lightly salted pretzels are the perfect dipping companion
It goes great with soft or hard pretzels.
This Hot Beer Cheese Dip is quick and easy to make. It’s perfect for game day or anytime you need a cheesy snack. Serve it with crackers, baguette or broccoli and cauliflower florets for dipping.
We love recipes inspired by our German heritage. This tangy spread is fantastic served alongside everything, including pretzels and pumpernickel or crackers and sausage. Choose your favorite beer—the flavor really comes through. —Angela Spengler, Tampa, Florida
Whether you’re throwing an Oktoberfest party or just looking for another appetizer to add to the rotation for parties or sports-viewing parties, this cheese spread is a great addition to any menu.
This Pub-Style version puts a twist on the original recipe with a little garlic and spice action. Either way, it’s a sure-fire crowd-pleaser.
Beer, cheese, and ranch! How can you go wrong?
Made with two kinds of cheese and hearty IPA, this rich and creamy beer-cheese dip is delicious slathered on crisp apples, spicy Kielbasa sausage, or even soft doughy pretzels.