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Yum, nice crisp & light batter! Made all as directed but served along with a coleslaw instead of the chips.

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Peter J October 28, 2012

This a a great beer batter. Besides the fish we also made onion rings and cheese curds. Thanks for sharing!

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Mrs. Moon June 23, 2009

I tried it with a Locally made Ale. It was sheer perfection! Better then any I've ever had. Messy and time consuming but SOO worth it.

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Ashlie Elizabeth Moore August 11, 2008

Nice and light, yielding a crispy finish. I added some cajun seasoning to the batter for extra flavor. Had some batter left over so I used it for onion rings.

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iris5555 March 06, 2008

Light and tasty! I took evelyn/athens tip and slowly added the beer until I achieved a desired consistency. Also, I added a little Emeril's Essence #14372 to the batter for flavor!

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Vino p.o. prn March 15, 2007

Terrific batter, light, crispy and golden. I made it exactly as directed and we really enjoyed it. For us, it was not soggy at all. Thanks for a delicious batter recipe Rita!

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~Leslie~ July 31, 2006

Very nice batter for fish. It did cook up golden and crisp, but the underside went soggy a little too quickly, this may be cause the batter was a little 'thin'...you may want to hold back on using all the beer to make for a slightly thicker batter.

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evelyn/athens February 15, 2006
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