Just because your favorite growler of beer went flat doesn't mean you have to throw it all out. Instead, why not braise the great steak in it? It's easy. First, start with any desired choice of meat and brown it on both sides in a pan of oil. Drain the oil from the pan. Add your beer, garlic, salt, pepper, and, if you need to, a little bit of honey. Bring this to a boil to take out the bitterness of the alcohol. After you boil this sauce for a few minutes, reduce the heat to low. Return your meat to the pan and cook on low heat anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and a half while tightly covered. Be sure not to boil the steak or else it will become tough. Once your steak reaches the desired temperature, remove from the pan and cover in aluminum foil. Return the pan and sauce to a full boil to reduce it to a nice gravy. You can add corn starch or flour to thicken the gravy. Enjoy!
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