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Crock Pot Beer Pork Chop

Slow Cooker Beer Pork Chops

  • Cooking Time:

    4–5 hours
  • Servings:

    4

Ingredients

4 pork loin chops, bone­less (4 oz. each)
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. pep­per
1 T. oil, canola
3/4 c. beer or non­al­co­holic beer
3 T. ketchup
2 T. brown sug­ar


To embrace the sea­son I want­ed to share this recipe I made years ago, and just came across it again — Slow Cook­er Beer Pork Chops. It is so good!

  1. Sprin­kle both sides of pork chops with salt and pep­per.
  2. In a large skil­let, brown chops in oil on both sides over medi­um heat.
  3. Trans­fer to the slow cook­er.
  4. Com­bine the beer, ketchup and brown sug­ar; pour over pork.
  5. Cov­er.  Cook on Low for 4–5 hours.

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Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Jennifer
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Jennifer

Just a thought.….do you think you could sprin­kle blue cheese crum­bles on the chops at the end? Your web­site is awe­some. 🙂

Luellyn
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Luellyn

Could this be pre­pared the night before and cooked in the morn­ing?

Heather
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Heather

Hi!! This sounds won­der­ful. What do u think of try­ing it with an apple ale or pump­kin beer. Would u be able to taste it?

Jenn
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Jenn

I’m think­ing about mak­ing these but using hard cider instead of beer. I like the fla­vor of hard cider bet­ter. Do you think it would be an okay swap for this recipe?

Nicole
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Nicole

I have a beer in my fridge from a year ago…Would it still be good to use? Thank you!

Marcia
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Marcia

Nicole, most beer made in amer­i­ca is pas­tur­ized so it lasts like pop, the tech­ni­cal shelf life is on it, but it real­ly should be just fine. Open it up and take a sniff. If it goes bad it real­ly does have a “skunky” smell. At that point dump it.

amber
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amber

u have to use beer bc i dont like beer there any­thing else?

ashley
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ashley

Has any­one actu­al­ly tried using a pump­kin beer? Wan­na try it but am scared it will be too strong of fla­vor.

Megan
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Megan

I used an apple ale today because that’s all we had and deli­cious! Great recipe!

Tina
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Tina

Could I do this with­out brown­ing the pork chops first? Just put it all in the crock­pot?

Nicole
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Nicole

You thonk it would be alright to use frozen pork chops?

Shannon
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Shannon

How would bone in chops effect the recipe? I have some in the freez­er and would like to use them

Glenda
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Glenda

I have it in the crock pot right now. Sounds so good, and it was so easy. I’ll let you know.

Cassandra Church
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Cassandra Church

Hav­ing a brain fart. Try­ing to decide what to make with them. I used a shock top hon­ey crisp apple wheat beer. Smells del­ish.

Katie Reich
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Katie Reich

What size crock­pot did you use? Thanks! Mak­ing these tomor­row! I love that I already have every­thing I need to make this recipe!!

Erin in Maine
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Erin in Maine

Can you add potatoes/root veg­gies to the crock­pot with the meat?

Leah
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Leah

These are absolute­ly deli­cious, they went down a storm last night! I’d only cook them for four hours next time and I’ll get the pan a bit hot­ter before I brown them. Also, going to try apple cider next time, the pork and apple com­bo is so good I can’t see how it wouldn’t work!

Edy
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Edy

Are the chops ten­der? Sounds del­ish but have prob­lems get­ting meat ten­der enough to chew with­out dry­ing out?

Amy
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Amy

Made this last night..delish! I subbed hard cider for beer and added some apple slices under the chops

Kim
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Kim

I have a 6 qt crock pot. Could I dou­ble the recipe and if so, how long should I leave it to cook?

Kris P
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Kris P

Did you broil your chops before you took this pic­ture?? I’m sure like the chick­en it won’t come out so toasty brown right out of the crock pot. Thanks.

Joanne
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I have a casse­role recipe for lay­ered pre­pared stuff­ing, browned chops, and Apple pie fill­ing …how could this be adapt­ed to a slow cook­er?
Also, could you please add the sug­gest­ed crock pot size to the recipes.…thank you.

Brian H
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Brian H

I have it in the crock right now. Chops aren’t com­plete­ly cov­ered. Is that a prob­lem?

Shirley
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Shirley

Sounds deli­cious. I bet a pork ten­der­loin would be good cooked this way as well! …With apple ale.…YUM!

diane
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diane

4to 5 hrs on high or low

ginger
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ginger

The recipe sounds great. Can’t wait to make it! You have a lot of patience because some of these ques­tions are brain­less!

Katie
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Katie

I’m not a fan of ketchup. Is it pos­si­ble to use with­out, or will it not be as ten­der? Or is there a sub­sti­tu­tion?

linda
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linda

I brown the chops as soon as I get home ftom the store. Then pack­age and freeze them. That way I can just pull them out of the freez­er and dump them in the slow cook­er before I go to work in the morn­ing. Since they are frozen I dou­ble the cook­ing time. That way they can cook all day while I am at work. I usu­al­ly always use frozen meat because I want it to cook all day. But I prep and repack­age all the meat before I freeze it.

ken
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i made this using bud lite lime! gave it an awe­some fla­vor!

Kris P.
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Kris P.

I need to make 8–9 chops, do I have to dou­ble the recipe? Thanks. I want to make this tomor­row.

audrey sibilia
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audrey sibilia

made this tonight added saur kraut, pota­toes, car­rots, onions, apple slices and a touch of apple juice and apple sauce I am big on adding my own flare to every recipe but this was awsome so deli­cious!

Heather
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Heather

Is there enough liq­uid for this recipe? I just hes­i­tate that only 3/4c for 4 pork chops would dry up quick­ly?

Taran
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Taran

I’m assum­ing those calo­ries are for 4 chops, cor­rect? Please say yes 🙂

Shannan
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Shannan

I have made this a few times. Super good. But I for­got this time it wasn’t a low cool for 8 hrs recipes. It’s 4–5. So I made it this morn­ing ready to be turned on in the crock­pot at 9:40am. Do I just turn it to warm around 3? Will it get too mushy? We don’t eat till 5:30–6. :-/

Diana
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Hi, I’m want­i­ng yo use your recipe but unfa­mil­iar with Amer­i­can liq­uid mea­sure­ments. Is 3/4c refer­ring to Amer­i­can cup or is it a part of a litre? Guess T is a table­spoon. Thanks

Jessica
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Jessica

What time do you sug­gest doing if I want­ed to cook this on high?

Janet T
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Janet T

I love this with pork chops and added a lit­tle bit of red pep­per flakes. Now I am going to try it with chick­en breasts. Last time I also cut a hole in cook­ing bag and then thick­ened the juice with corn starch. Deli­cious

Coterra
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Coterra

How did you get them to look so crispy?

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Jenn is the founder of Get­Crocked, the #1 resource for slow cook­ing with over 1.5 mil­lion online fol­low­ers. She inno­vates recipes dai­ly with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cook­er.

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Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a week­ly “Mom Mon­day” seg­ment on ABC-15 in Phoenix.

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