Beer brats with your favorite mustard and a good bun make a great anytime meal!
Sausages aren’t just for Octoberfest. Why wait for fall. Because this one-skillet dish is simple to make, we fix the skillet dish throughout the year.
They make an excellent game watching food.
You don’t have to fire up your grill to make good brats. Just follow the instructions below, and you are all set.Print
Mike and I like our sausages just browned and then simmered in a beer (Killian’s) and served on a brat bun with our favorite mustard. We enjoy these sandwiches all year.
- 1 package of Johnsonville regular or flavored Brats, thawed
- 6 oz Killian’s Beer
- Heat skillet on medium-high.
- Then, cook sausage until browned, turning often.
- Reduce heat to medium-low.
- Now, carefully add half a bottle (6 oz) of beer to skillet.
- Cover and simmer for 12 minutes or until the internal temperature of sausage is 160ºF.
- Finally, serve the brat on your favorite bun with good mustard and your favorite toppings.
Sauteed onions and peppers are a delicious addition to this tasty sandwich.
Toasting your buns takes this sandwich up another notch.
- Category: sandwich
- Method: Fried
Keywords: beer brats
If you are looking for a great sandwich accompaniment, then try my Mustard Potato Salad.
Another sandwich you might like: Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwiches