Easy Slow Cooker Beer Pot Roast

Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Here is an Easy Slow Cooker Beer Pot Roast Recipe that everyone goes crazy for.

Tender vegetables, fork-tender pot roast, gravy what can be easier than setting and forgetting it in a slow cooker?

The flavors are over the top delicious in this melt-in-your-mouth roast.

I love using the slow cooker, however, this can also be done in the oven or on the stovetop.

This economical cut of meat is inexpensive and will be the best comfort meal no matter what day of the week with little work the recipe is super easy and very delicious.
The only other must-have is a crusty loaf of bread to serve with this tasty style of all-in-one pan meal.







Stews are super comfort meals all in one pot



Seriously a delicious stew especially with a huge hunk of fresh Italian bread to sop up the juice.


An amazing aroma comes from this slow cooker easy beer pot roast, while slowly making its own sauce with the combination of beer and vegetables.


This turns any ordinary pot roast into a fork-tender comforting bowl of delicious beer stew.




Ingredients you will need

  • Rump Roast, Round Roast, Chuck Roast, or another cut of meat you like
  • kosher salt 
  • crushed tomatoes or fresh plum tomato put through a food processor as shown
  • Freshly ground black pepper 
  • Dried oregano 
  • Fresh chopped parsley 
  • basil leaves
  •  fresh rosemary 
  • garlic, cut into thick slivers 
  • beef broth or bottled gravy 
  • 1 bottle of any kind of beer 
  • Worcestershire sauce 
  • garlic powder
  •  flour or cornstarch
  •  butter potatoes
  •  baby carrots
  •  mushrooms

This is a yellow ceramic dish filled with beer stew that has been slow cooked in a slow cooker all day in a sauce with peas, carrots, potatoes, pot roast that is juicy and fork tender beef roast


No Slow Cooker? No Problem

  1. Stovetop: Saute the garlic in oil for 2 minutes, add all your ingredients to a deep dutch cover and simmer on low until the meat and vegetables are fork tender around 1 and 45 minutes to 2 hours.
  2. Oven: The same method as the stovetop except preheat the oven to 350 degrees and cook the stew in the oven for around 2 hours, check it to see if the meat is tender and vegetables are soft, continue to cook add more liquid if necessary and it starts to dry out.




Other Meats You Can Substitute

  • boneless chicken
  • boneless pork
  • boneless venison
  • boneless lamb

this is a slow cooker rump roast made with a beer stew sauce


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Easy Slow Cooker Beer Pot Roast

Easy Slow Cooker Beer Pot Roast
Yield: 6
Author: Claudia Lamascolo
Prep time: 10 MinCook time: 6 HourTotal time: 6 H & 10 M
This is a throw everything in the pot slow cooker recipe for pot roast with gravy and vegetables. This can also be done on the stovetop or slow-cooked in the oven.

Ingredients

  • 1 (3 pounds) Rump Roast, Round Roast, Chuck Roast or another cut of meat you like
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons kosher salt
  • 1 28-ounce can of crushed tomatoes or 2 lbs, of fresh plum tomato put through a food processor as shown
  • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1 teaspoon fresh chopped parsley
  • 2 fresh basil leaves
  • 1 teaspoon fresh rosemary
  • 4 cloves garlic, cut into thick slivers
  • 1/2 cup beef broth or bottled gravy
  • 1 bottle of any kind of beer
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 2 teaspoons flour or cornstarch
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 4 cubed potatoes
  • 2 cups baby carrots
  • 1 cup mushrooms
  • Optional: any vegetables IE green beans, onions can also be added

Instructions

  1. Place the liquid ingredients in the slow cooker.
  2. Preheat the slow cooker on high and oil spray or add a crock pot liner ( this stew will cook for 4 to 6 hours on high or 6 to 8 hours on low).
  3. This can be done on the stovetop or cooked in the oven also.
  4. Place the hard uncooked vegetables, like potatoes, on the bottom, then add the roast on top. I also add the peppers on top to flavor the roast.
  5. Sprinkle all herbs, and spices evenly over the meat around 1 teaspoon of each, butter, and garlic to the top of the roast.
  6. Sprinkle the top with flour.
  7. Around the last half hour, add the mushrooms and beans or any vegetables already cooked if using canned around the last 30 minutes before it's cooked.
  8. Note:
  9. If not thick enough make a cornstarch and water paste add more cornstarch and cold water and stir into the stew to thicken up the gravy, do this around 30 minutes before the completion of cooking.

Notes

  1. Stovetop: Saute the garlic in oil for 2 minutes, add all your ingredients to a deep dutch cover and simmer on low until the meat and vegetables are fork tender around 1 and 45 minutes to 2 hours.
  2. Oven: The same method as the stovetop except preheat the oven to 350 degrees and cook the stew in the oven for around 2 hours, check it to see if the meat is tender and vegetables are soft, continue to cook add more liquid if necessary and it starts to dry out.


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21 comments

  1. This time of year, using the slow cooker is a terrific idea! Your pot roast looks perfectly cooked!!

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  2. I love using beer in roasts to help break down all of the tough connective tissues! The slow cooker does wonders with these cuts! I would love to eat some of this comfort food right now!

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  3. This looks great! Beer really adds to the flavor. Yum!

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  4. I love a good pot roast recipe for the slow cooker. This looks yummy...thanks for sharing :)

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  5. This pot roast looks and sounds delicious! I love beef stews! Going to pin for later!

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  6. This is the exact information that I was
    looking for. Thank you for sharing your expertise!

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  7. I love using the slow cooker, especially using beer to braise meats!! I wish I remembered to use the liners like you do, though!

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  8. Win! Pot Roast! Slow Cooker! Beer! Crusty Bread! there's a perfect dinner for a cold winter night!

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  9. I don't cook with beer nearly enough! This recipe sounds delicious and my fiance would just love it if I made it!

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  10. Pot roast has always been a favorite comfort food of mine, I've never tried it made with beer but i imagine it tastes amazing!

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  11. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this pot roast recipe for the slow cooker. I love all the ingredients in this recipe. Looks amazing! Perfect. Yum.

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  12. I love beef stews! This is one of my favorites. I think your recipe is great for dinner. This is really a great job and I want to try.

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  13. Slow cooker is a life saver during the cold winter months and making beef stew in one is easy peasy. What is also amazing about a slow cooker and making a beef stew is you can flavor it any way you like. Make it with beer or use wine -- whatever your preference. I love the ingredients you used. Will have to try them.

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  14. I love slow cooker recipes because there is so much you can do while the food is cooking. Love using beef to braise beef. One of my favorite ways to cook.

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  15. I love beer in soup never tried in other recipes though, I would like to try this hubby would love this one.

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  16. Dear Claudia, this is a perfect meal to put up and let simmer away on a cold afternoon. It is certainly comforting and looks delicious. XO

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  17. Such a hearty stew and ideal for this chilly weather. Love the beer in this stew!

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  18. Love this recipe! Slow cooker dishes are simply the best.

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  19. Very easy to make and super flavorful!

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  20. I don't drink alcohol, but I am having a couple of friends who are craft beer enthusiasts over for dinner, and I would like to make this for them. Would you please recommend a good beer to use in this recipe, preferably something that's not hard to find?

    Thank you.

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    1. Hi Sharon,
      I prefer to use dark beers and Guinness style or Amber beers work great. But seriously any beer will do fine!

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