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Gather however many ears of corn you are going to prepare.
The fresher they are, the better they will be.
Take each ear of corn and twist the outside husk covering the corn. The husk that is loose can be peeled away. This leaves the tighter husk closer to the cob in tact. DO NOT peel away all of the husk. The husk is what insulates the corn during cooking and keeps it moist.
Cut 1/2 to 3/4 off both ends of the cob. This will reveal the core of the corn, which is needed to absorb the flavor of the beer.
Use a gallon sized ziplock bag and place the desired amount of the prepared ears of corn into the zip lock bag. The corn should be in a single row, this is for marinating evenly. Once the corn is placed inside the bag, pour your desired beer into the baggie. Darker beers will have a stronger flavor profile and lighter beers a very light profile. Fill the bag up at least a third of the way with beer, so when the bag is closed and laid flat, the beer covers 1/2 of the exposed cob.
Remove as much air as possible, zip the bag closed and place the bag(s) of corn into the fridge for approximately 2 hours. Turn the bags over to the opposite side every 1/2 hour to ensure even marinating..
After marinating, pre heat your grill to 250-300 degrees. Place on the grill, preferably on an elevated grate (as not to burn) and cook for 30-45 minutes.
Remove from the grill, let them rest in aluminum foil for 5-10 minutes. Remove the silk and remaining husk. Butter to flavor (I use Kerry Gold - pure Irish butter). Season with our Jalapeño Whip rub and serve.
This recipe will have your guests intrigued as to the flavor and the amazing taste it delivers.
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