1978 Beer Beef Stew

A beef stew has all of the autumn feels as the weather starts to cool off. This stew has a wonderful flavor added by a good beer of your choice. A dark ale, stout, or porter works well with this beef stew. Guinness is a good option to try unless you already have a personal favorite. I enjoy this stew served over a bed of roasted vegetables such as baby potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, and brussels sprouts.


prep time: 10 MINUTES | cook time: 60 MINUTES | total time: 70 MINUTES

1978 Beer Beef Stew


  • 1 pound lean beef
  • 8 oz mushrooms, sliced
  • 1 onion, chopped 1-inch chunks
  • 12 oz beer


  1. Add oil to skillet and heat.
  2. Cut meat into 1-inch strips and brown in hot oil.
  3. Add mushrooms, onions, and beer to skillet with meat.
  4. Cover skillet and simmer for 60 minutes until meat is tender.
  5. Gently stir and serve over egg noodles, spaghetti squash, or a variety of roasted veggies.
  6. Season to taste with salt and black pepper.

Nutrition Facts

Per serving: CALORIES 190; PROTEIN 19.3 g; CARBOHYDRATES 16.8 g; FAT 4.5 g

This information is provided as a courtesy and is an estimate only.

Author: Coleen Hudson

Welcome!  My name is Coleen and I am an everyday athlete. Day to day when I'm not at my engineering job, you will most likely find me at my local Crossfit box, out running throughout my neighborhood and favorite places in Virginia Beach, or on the tennis courts. "Food is fuel" is one of my favorite mantras. I'm a meal prep guru who loves organizing my food ahead of time to keep grocery costs on budget and to stick to my dietary needs. I also enjoy the challenge of creating balanced meals in order to properly fuel for my workouts. So again, welcome to my blog and I hope you find it inspirational, educational, or even a little entertaining. Live your best life! Coleen

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