Beer Brats & Perogies

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This week’s challenge was incredible and definitely the tastiest challenge for me so far.

I started by grilling up some onions and bacon. Once those were nicely browned, I put five Beer Brats on my new infrared BBQ. As those were grilling to perfection I pan-fried some perogies along side of the onions and bacon.

If you don’t know what perogies are, you’re SERIOUSLY missing out! Perogies are a delicious European dish that is made of dough, potatoes, and cheese. And they’re great topped with onions, bacon, and sour cream.

Check out the deliciousness!

And of course you can’t have a true Octoberfest dinner without an official Octoberfest beer. I actually had 3 different varieties available. The one pictured here is the Paulaner Octoberfest that I found at a small beer retailer in Salem.

Battle Armor:

Type of Technique:Frying, Grilling
Type of Grill Used:Gas
Type of Sausage(s):Bratwurst
Side Dishes:Perogies

About the Warrior

Vin Thomas



Husband, Father, Christian, Web Designer, WordPress Fanboy, and lover of all things geeky. I work as an Experience Designer and enjoy pushing pixels. I love to BBQ and want to express creativity through the delicious meals showcased here. Happy Grilling!

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8 Responses to Beer Brats & Perogies

  1. I love perogies! Looks very tasty!

  2. This looks good. I have some of the Paulaner on hand, but haven’t tried it yet. Was it good?

  3. Those Brats look Amazing! Did you make the perogies? Also, where is this small beer retailer in Salem? I’m sure Mike will be very interested! 🙂

  4. I actually ended up drinking the OKTO Octoberfest by Widmer. It was delicious. I’ll try the Paulaner tomorrow and let you know 🙂

  5. @Adrian The place is called Capitol Market. It is on Capitol and 14th I think. It’s a little hole in the wall place from the outside…but once you go inside they have all the beers you could ever imagine. It’s great!

  6. This looks so dang good! Brats AND Perogies! I am Polish, Perogies are my digs!!! And Beer Brats are pretty much always good as long as you make them on a BBQ and not in a pan 🙂

  7. Perogies are my favorite. Paulaner is also my favorite. Hands down, you won the battle in my book. Good job!

  8. You guys rock! I actually first tried perogies at a little Polish place in Canada (where I grew up). They were a staple in our family! So darn tasty. No so popular here in the states. Which is dumb.

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