Creamy White Bean Beer Cheese Dip

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Let’s talk for a few minutes about why this is such a great idea.

First, you can add beer. And the ability to add beer is always a plus. And let’s be honest, being able to pump out a beer infused dip in just a few minutes without turning on your oven is always a skill we want to have in our appetizer arsenal. Did I mention that you can add beer? It’s not just for you, but for those rowdy beer friends of yours. The ones that show up at the last minute and demand to be fed, you know that guy, we all know that guy. Let’s just hope that next time he shows up at your house and you’re nice enough to throw this dip together for him, he’s at least nice enough to bring some beer. And for all your “hard work” the least he can do is bring you the good stuff, because you deserve it. After all you did take five entire minutes to make him a beer infused homemade dip.

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Creamy White Bean Beer Cheese Dip

Prep Time: 5 minutes

5 minutes


  • 1/3 cup chopped flat leaf parsley
  • 1 large clove garlic, smashed
  • 1 wt oz fresh grated parmesan (about 1/3 cup)
  • 2 wt oz (1/4 cup) cream cheese
  • ¼ cup IPA
  • 1 (15 wt oz) can Great Northern beans
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp black pepper


  • Add all ingredients to a food processor, process until smooth, about 4 to 6 minutes.
  • Add to a serving bowl.
  • Serve with chips, bread or crudités.

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8 thoughts on “Creamy White Bean Beer Cheese Dip

  1. I am a keen follower of the Beeroness website and recipes. However I live in the UK and we tend to use metric measurements. Is there any chance that metric quantities could also be shown in your recipes?

    Many thanks


    1. Hey Bob, ounces are weight (sometimes ounces are fluid ounces as in volume, that’s different, but the ones listed here are in weight), so they should be pretty easy to convert to grams. And I wish we were on metric too, makes so much more sense! For the beer it’s 2 wt oz, and for the parsley, just a good handful will work!

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