by Rogue Ales
- Meal: Dessert
- Time: 15 minutes (can be cooled overnight)
- Difficulty: Easy
- Serves: 6-8 brownies
- Seasonality: Year Round
- Beer Style: Brown Ale
- Beer: Hazelnut Brown Nectar
Chocolate and stout is a classic combo, but these brownies from Cooking & Beer go one delicious step further with a creamy peanut butter frosting. The brilliant addition of a bit of sea salt makes the sweet flavors pop! Enjoy!
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