I recently started cooking a lot with bourbon (mostly bourbon barbecue and bourbon baked apples). I never particularly cared for bourbon recipes, as I found that the bourbon flavors are so subtle that they are rarely even detectible. I've found that the trick is to go heavy handed with the bourbon, making it a key component of the flavor profile of the food, and to find spices and foods that will go well with this approach. I was thinking about cooking with beer and find that I have the same experience with beer based recipes-the beer is included in such low concentrations (not to mention the fact that many of the flavorful components-eg hops and alcohol-degrade with heat) that I can barely pick them out. So please share your favorite beer heavy recipes! That is, recipes where the flavor of the beer comes through STRONG and melds well with the other ingredients.