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Sriracha Beer Butter Grilled Corn


Sriracha Beer Butter Grilled Corn-P

I was once invited to leave The Viper Room when the guy I’d been chatting with escalated past douche bag right up into unignorably obnoxious territory and I was swept up in his wake.

I not so subtly parted ways with him to cross the street towards The Roxy when he escalated further,"You’re leaving?! I pulled out my best stuff for you!" I had no idea that he’d been trying to get somewhere with his meaningless rambling.

Oh, you mean the uber-impressive story about having lunch with Alan Thicke last week? Or telling me that your ex-girlfriend was a sexsomniac?

Or bragging about stealing wifi from your neighbor? Because it was all gold, so clearly I have no reason to leave with this depth of conversational wealth that’s being offered to me.

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Sometimes, people just try too hard when what they really want is to impress. We can do the equivalent of Over-Sharing-Drunk-Viper-Room-Guy with food. We can try too hard, do too many things, and make a mess of it all.

Keep it simple this summer, some grilled produce, good ingredients, real butter and great beer.

And save the stories of your ex-girlfriend for your guy friends and only after they’re too drunk to object.

Sriracha Beer Butter Grilled Corn

Sriracha Beer Butter Grilled Corn

Prep Time 7 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Servings 6 servings


  • ½ cup unsalted butter chopped into cubes
  • 3 tbs IPA beer
  • 1 tsp sriracha
  • ½ tsp garlic powder
  • ¼ tsp kosher salt
  • 6 ears fresh corn shucked
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • salt and pepper
  • ¼ cup chopped cilantro


  • In a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment beat the butter until light and fluffy.
  • Add the beer, sriracha, garlic and salt. Beat until well combined.
  • Add the butter to a piece of plastic wrap, roll tightly into a log. Refrigerate until set, about 1 hour.
  • Preheat the grill.
  • Brush the corn with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • Grill on all sides until lightly charred and tender, 8-10 minutes.
  • Add the corn to pieces of aluminum foil, top with several slices of butter, sprinkle with cilantro.


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Averie @ Averie Cooks June 11, 2014 um 1:23 am

Now THIS is some corn! Any other corn after this isn’t even worth eating! pinned


P~ The Saucy Southerner June 11, 2014 um 4:03 am

That looks out of this world good! P~


Kristi @ Inspiration Kitchen June 11, 2014 um 6:44 am

This looks awesome Jackie! I’m a huge fan of all the ingredients, so I know I’d love these!


Sophia @ NY Foodgasm June 11, 2014 um 7:13 am

Absolutely LOVE how you segued from a man’s drunken ramblings to a drunk recipe! This looks SUPER amazing and I love that you used IPA. IPA’s are just the perfect summer choice and grilled corn has stolen my heart!!


Samantha June 11, 2014 um 1:02 pm

I want to slather this butter on everything!


Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar June 11, 2014 um 4:39 pm

Pffff bahahaha that guy sounds like such a douche…although, I would enjoy eating a meal with him just to hear his ridiculousness. This corn!? Simple, but outrageously unique! BEER BUTTER ALWAYS! Love!


Luke June 11, 2014 um 7:48 pm

Did this tonight – just on a regular oven grill pan – was insanely
Good. Can’t even imagine how good it would be on a BBQ grill.


Tieghan June 11, 2014 um 8:48 pm

I am all over this!! Yes please!


Heidi @foodiecrush June 12, 2014 um 2:43 pm

It seemed like The Viper Room always pulled out the douchers, just like New Years Eve pulls out the amateurs. Super funny story. + Love your corn!


Ami@NaiveCookCooks June 12, 2014 um 5:12 pm

Gosh this butter..never before heard of this combo!!


Rick June 13, 2014 um 8:32 am

Did you grill the corn in the husks?


Jackie June 13, 2014 um 8:58 am

No, remove the husks. But if some of the stalk remains, I leave that, makes it easier to grab onto when you eat it


addie | culicurious June 18, 2014 um 10:15 am

This grilled corn looks wonderful, Jackie! 🙂 Grilled corn is my favorite part about summer.


Lyndsey July 13, 2014 um 3:53 pm

This has been well received from mu family and friends. Thanks for the recipe!


Kim Porter August 3, 2014 um 7:09 pm

Made this tonight…doubled the Sriracha and used an IPA from Full Sails Brewery, Hood River. So, so good! Thankful I have some leftover butter…trying it on roasted cauliflower tomorrow!


Jen September 1, 2015 um 11:58 am

This looks amazing!!!! Anything with beer and the grill really floats my boat and I can’t wait to try it out this weekend! Cheers!


D November 3, 2019 um 2:12 pm

Sounds yummy!



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