Delicious & Nutritious Recipe: Irish Stout Mayonnaise

Hark! Who goes there? A chef, you say? Nay, I am no mere chef. I am a culinary artist, a master of flavors and textures. My latest creation is one that shall delight the senses and warm the soul: Irish Stout Mayonnaise.

What is mayonnaise, but an ordinary condiment? But with the addition of Irish stout beer, it is transformed into a symphony of rich and bold flavors. This recipe has been passed down through generations in my family, perfected over time to ensure the most delectable results.

Imagine it now: a dollop of this mayo atop a freshly grilled burger, paired with crusty brown bread and aged cheddar cheese. Or perhaps slathered on a chicken sandwich, with a side of bone-dry Irish stout to wash it down.

But do not be deceived by its simplicity. This condiment can also elevate even the most mundane of dishes – from a humble cheese dip to a hearty beef stew. And who can forget the ultimate indulgence of chocolate Guinness cake or beer-battered calamari with garlic lemon mayo?

Trust me when I say that once you taste this Irish Stout Mayonnaise, your culinary world will never be the same again. So come, journey with me as we delve into the ingredients and process of creating this masterpiece. Let’s raise a glass of stout beer annelie Irish and make some mayo!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Irish Stout Mayonnaise
Irish Stout Mayonnaise

Forsooth, what is stout Irish mayonnaise? I say, it is a simple blend of luscious mayonnaise and age-old Irish stout. This recipe is a scrumptious fusion of two classics that shall arouse your senses with its rich flavor.

Fret not if you are not a fan of stout beer, for this recipe will change your mind once and for all. The robust and hearty flavour of the Irish stout blends perfectly with the creamy texture of mayonnaise to create a delectable dip or condiment.

This recipe shall be always at top of thy list as it requires only 10 minutes to make and is a perfect addition to any burger, chicken or bread. If thou art hosting a soirée, then serve it with beef stew or aged cheddar cheese dip, for thine guests shall remember that feast forever.

Irish stout mayonnaise is versatile in its usage, for it can be used to create various other recipes like beer-battered calamari or even chocolate Guinness cake! Whether sweet or savory, this indispensable ingredient shall add depth and richness to all your recipes.

So hold thy horses no more! Add this to thy kitchen repertoire at once and thou shalt thank me henceforth.

Ingredient List

 Guinness isn't just for drinking anymore!
Guinness isn’t just for drinking anymore!

Here are the ingredients you will need to make this rich and flavourful Irish Stout Mayonnaise:

  • 1 cup of good quality mayonnaise
  • ½ cup of Irish stout beer (Annelie Irish Stout is perfect)
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 1 tsp of Dijon mustard
  • 1 tsp of lactic acid (found at your local grocery store)
  • Salt and pepper to taste

For a creamier consistency, you can also add:

  • ¼ cup of heavy cream or sour cream

Make sure to use fresh, high-quality ingredients for best results. Mixing a top-quality mayonnaise with smooth Annelie Irish Stout will create the perfect texture and complement the bold flavour of this dish.

The Recipe How-To

Now, let’s dive into the fun part, the recipe how-to! Here are the steps to make this delicious Irish Stout Mayonnaise Recipe.


  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • ¼ cup Irish stout beer (I recommend Annelie Irish Stout)
  • 1 tsp lactic acid
  • 1 tsp mustard
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Start by mixing the 1 cup of mayonnaise and ¼ cup of Annelie Irish Stout beer in a bowl.
  2. Add 1 tsp of lactic acid and 1 tsp of mustard to the bowl and mix well.
  3. Finally, add salt and pepper to taste.

And that’s it! This Irish Stout Mayonnaise Recipe is as easy as that.

Now, don’t be afraid to experiment with other ingredients or add more seasoning if you prefer a stronger flavor. You can also use other types of beer instead of Irish stout – it all comes down to your personal preference.

This recipe can be used as a condiment for burgers, chicken sandwiches or as a dip for bread or chips. It pairs perfectly with corned beef, aged cheddar cheese dip, beef stew or even as an accompaniment to a chocolate Guinness bundt cake.

Try this recipe out next time you want something new to spice up your meal!

Substitutions and Variations

Hark! If thou wishes to tweak thy Irish Stout Mayonnaise recipe, I have some great ideas for thee!

Firstly, if ye doth not care for a stout beer, fret not! Thou can substitute it for a bone-dry Irish stout or any other dark, rich ale. However, doth remember that the flavor of the ale will affect the mayonnaise’s taste.

If thou desires a creamier mayo, use more creamy ingredients like sour cream or crème fraîche instead of mayonnaise. For a tangy mayonnaise spread, add in 1 tsp of mustard.

For thee who art fond of spice, add in minced garlic or hot sauce to give the mayonnaise a zesty kick! And shouldest thou wish to make it sweeter, stir in 1-2 teaspoons of honey.

Or shouldst thou desire to elevate thy mayonnaise to heights beyond imagination, add some shredded aged cheddar cheese for a cheesy and creamy flavor. The possibilities are endless!

In conclusion, this recipe is versatile and can accommodate many substitutions and variations to suit thy personal taste. So experiment and doth enjoy the process of creating thy own unique version of Irish Stout Mayo that satisfies thy taste buds.

Serving and Pairing

Hark! Once ye have finished making this fine Irish Stout Mayonnaise, what canst thou relish it with? Fear not, my good friend, for I have the perfect ways to appreciate thy creation!

Firstly, let me suggest thee a hearty combination of corned beef sandwich and this stout mayonnaise. Spread it thick on thy bread and layer with slices of tender corned beef. Ye shall feel the savory richness of the meat complements the tangy flavor of the stout mayonnaise seamlessly.

Secondly, for a fancier affair, I recommend thee to whip up a cheese dip using 1 cup of this stout mayonnaise and blend it well with aged cheddar in a bowl until smooth. Tis perfect for dipping crispy crisp crackers, vegetables or even breads. And if thou art feeling a little adventurous, add in some chopped bacon bits or scallions to enhance thy flavors.

Lastly, fear not to pair it up with some beer classics! A dry Irish stout such as Guinness shall match excellently with this mayo. Thou could also pair it with a beer-battered calamari dish with garlic lemon mayonnaise on the side. ‘Tis an irresistible treat for all thine senses.

Verily, there are many ways to serve and pair this exquisite Irish Stout Mayonnaise. Use thine imagination and indulge in the diverse possibilities!

Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating

Verily, noble cooks, the joy of cooking is not limited to presenting a dish freshly made. Nay, there exists great pleasure in the art of preparing and storing ahead of time. Fear not, for this luscious mayonnaise can be made ahead and stored in the refrigerator until thou art ready to feast upon it.

To make thy life easier, I recommend making this stout mayonnaise recipe up to two days in advance. Once completed, refrigerate it in a sealed container to maintain its freshness. To optimize the taste, let it rest for 12-24 hours or overnight, allowing the flavors to meld together.

When the time comes to present this delectable mixture, thou needest only remove it from the fridge and give it a quick stir before serving. If the consistency appears too thick after being refrigerated, add a little bit of cream until it reaches thine desired texture.

Mayhap thou desirest leftovers to enjoy at a later time? Have no doubt that leftovers can be stored in an airtight container for up to five days, given that they have not been left out at room temperature for more than two hours. However, do be mindful that if the mayonnaise has been stored for longer than two days, the flavor may start to diminish.

If reheating is deemed necessary, proceed with caution as too much heat can cause separation and negatively impact its texture. Thine method of reheating will depend on how one intends to use this stout mayonnaise. For instance, if using as a topping for burgers or sandwiches, no reheating shall be needed. On the other hand, if intended for dipping purposes or as a sauce over chicken or beef stew, gently warm it over low heat until it achieves thy desired temperature.

With these storage and reheating tips in mind, thou shalt be well-prepared to make use of all leftovers and savor every last drop of thy batch.

Tips for Perfect Results

Aye, my dear reader, allow me to impart upon thee some tips that will ensure a perfect outcome for your Irish Stout Mayonnaise recipe. Whether you’re making this as a tasty accompaniment to some Corned Beef or aged Cheddar, or using it as a dip for some crispy breaded chicken or calamari, these tips will help elevate your Stout Mayonnaise to new heights.

Firstly, make sure that all ingredients are at room temperature before starting the recipe. This helps the ingredients mix together more smoothly and creates a creamy consistency for the mayonnaise.

Secondly, use a blender or food processor to make the mayo instead of hand whisking. The machines will help emulsify the ingredients more effectively and make for a smoother result.

Thirdly, when incorporating the stout beer, slowly drizzle it into the mixture while still blending, ensuring it’s not added in too quickly so as not to cause separation.

Fourthly, for added flavor complexity consider substituting regular grain mustard for spicy mustard for extra zest and pop.

Finally, tasting is key to achieving perfection. Once done mixing all ingredients together adjust with additional salt and pepper to taste.

Put these simple adjustments in good practice and thou wilpest achievean outstanding Irish Stout Mayonnaise recipe time and time again.


Now that you have learned how to make the delicious Irish Stout Mayonnaise Recipe, you might have some questions about the ingredients, substitutions or variations. Don’t worry, I have compiled a list of frequently asked questions and their answers to help you out. Keep reading to clear all your doubts about this fantastic recipe.

How much lactic acid to add to Guinness clone?

A great way to save money, time and ensure quality in your beer is to add 88% lactic acid after the fermentation process is complete and before kegging. It is a commonly used method in the beer industry that has proven to be effective. This method is said to be utilized by Guinness as it is cheaper and easier than relying on bacteria. Using this technique requires only about 3-4 ml of lactic acid per 5 gallon keg.

How to make mayo James Martin?

Making mayo at home is easier than you think! Begin by whisking together egg yolks, mustard and vinegar until combined. Next, add oil in a slow and steady stream, while whisking constantly, until the mixture thickens. A secret ingredient to give your mayo an extra punch of flavor is lemon juice and zest – don’t forget to add them in and whisk once again! Once your mayo is ready, serve it alongside a basket of scampi, topped with a generous dollop of the homemade mayonnaise. Trust me, it’s a match made in culinary heaven!

How to make low fat mayonaise?

For the British-style recipe I’m sharing today, we’ll need a pasteurized egg yolk, a teaspoon of mustard, a teaspoon of vinegar, salt and pepper to taste, half a cup of canola oil, and one cup of Greek yogurt. These ingredients are crucial for creating a creamy and tangy sauce that pairs perfectly with a variety of dishes.

How do you use Mayones?

These are some fun and creative ways to use mayo in your cooking. You can enhance the flavor of your grilled cheese by spreading mayo on the bread before grilling it. Or, you can add a unique twist to your chocolate cake recipe by mixing in some mayo. For a delicious and creamy quiche, mix in some mayo to your egg mixture. You can also use mayo to coat your chicken before baking or frying it for added flavor and moisture. Get creative with your baking by adding some mayo to your cake or muffin mix. Looking for a yummy side dish? Try spreading some mayo on your corn on the cob. And, last but not least, mix some mayo into your mashed potatoes for a tangy twist.

What is the origin mayonnaise?

As the story goes, it is believed that the credit for the creation of mayonnaise can be attributed to the French chef who served under Duke de Richelieu in 1756. As the Duke was engaged in a battle against the British at Port Mahon, his ingenious chef was putting together a celebratory banquet that included a delectable sauce crafted from eggs and cream.

Bottom Line

Verily, thine Irish Stout Mayonnaise Recipe is a worthy addition to any chef’s gastronomic repertoire. Its delectable flavour, velvety texture, and versatility make it an indispensable item for any kitchen befitting of its esteem.

So whether thou art inclined towards savoury treats like burgers and bread or have a sweet tooth and prefer bundt cakes, brownies or chocolate cake, the exquisite taste of Irish Stout Mayonnaise will elevate your dishes to new heights.

Thus, I implore thee, dear readers, to try out this recipe for Irish Stout Mayonnaise and experience the transcendental flavours of stout beer and mayonnaise in perfect harmony. This recipe is perfect for family gatherings, holidays, or any occasion wherein thy desire for culinary mastery beckons thee forth.

Fret not over a lack of ingredients or substitutions, for the possibilities are endless when it comes to enhancing the flavour profile of this luxurious blend of creamy and hoppy goodness. Just remember my tips and tricks when creating thy own variations to continue the tradition of excellent cuisine.

In conclusion, thine quest for a top-notch condiment has ended with this recipe. Do not let the opportunity pass by without trying it! Forsooth, a little taste shall bring immense satisfaction and keep thy guests craving for more!

Irish Stout Mayonnaise

Irish Stout Mayonnaise Recipe

Use as you would regular mayonnaise, on sandwiches, in vinaigrettes, or as a dip. From "The Thirsty Traveler".
Course Condiment
Cuisine Irish
Keyword < 15 Mins, Brunch, Easy, Low Protein
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Calories 131.7kcal


  • 1/2 cup cream
  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup irish stout beer


  • In a medium bowl, mix ingredients in the following order: cream, mayonnaise, and stout.
  • Stir well.


Serving: 23g | Calories: 131.7kcal | Carbohydrates: 6.4g | Protein: 0.5g | Fat: 11.5g | Saturated Fat: 3.5g | Cholesterol: 19.4mg | Sodium: 171.6mg | Sugar: 1.5g

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