Guinness Corned Beef Sliders {Slow Cooker}

Guinness Corned Beef Sliders are sliders with slices of Guinness braised corned beef topped with creamy, crisp coleslaw!

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I don’t have a stitch of Irish blood but ….that’s never stopped me from making St. Patrick’s Day a big old celebration.

All of us Irish wannabes get to make Irish for a day, wear green, and find an excuse to eat corned beef, cabbage, drink Guinness, and dump Guinness into all the food we make.

That’s just the way it is, and I totally wouldn’t change a thing. πŸ™‚

I grew up eating corned beef and cabbage every year, and I’ve been making it pretty much ever since. Β This was the first time that I decided to braise my corned beef in Guinness, and am I ever glad that I did.

The corned beef absorbed all of that delicious stout flavor, and that only made it better. πŸ™‚

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I know I’ve been going a little cuckoo with my pressure cooker lately, so I thought I’d give you a break and use my slow cooker this time.

If you’d rather cook your corned beef in your pressure cooker or Instant Pot, check out my post on Corned Beef and Cabbage (Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker).

These Guinness Corned Beef Sliders couldn’t be easier at all.Β  This is the perfect dump ‘n go slow cooker recipe — just dump everything in and check it in about 8 hours.

You can even cook this overnight while you sleep if you want it done for lunch or in time for a party.Β  Just reheat and serve!

I love serving my corned beef with my Coleslaw with Creamy Curry Dressing, but if curry isn’t your thing, simply use my 3-IngredientΒ Creamy No Mayo Coleslaw Dressing.

I used little French rolls for these sliders, but pretzel rolls or ciabatta would work great as well.

These Guinness Corned Beef Sliders will be perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day party, or leftover corned beef…because you know you’ll have some! Β And hopefully you’ll have some Guinness leftover to wash it down.Β Β 

Do as the Irish do. πŸ™‚

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Guinness Corned Beef Sliders

Guinness Corned Beef Sliders are sliders with slices of slow cooker Guinness braised corned beef topped with creamy, crisp coleslaw!


For the corned beef:


Prepare the corned beef:

  1. Place the Guinness, brown sugar, and spice packet in the slow cooker and stir. Place the onion slices on the bottom of the slow cooker in the liquid, and place the corned beef on top.
  2. Cook on low heat for 8-10 hours or until very tender, basting with the liquid during cooking if the top looks dry. Remove from the slow cooker and slice when cool enough to handle.

Assemble the sliders:

  1. Spread some mustard on the slider bun if using. Place the corned beef on the slider buns, top with coleslaw, serve and enjoy!

Recipe Notes:

  • Servings will vary depending the size of your rolls .

Recipe source:Β  Flavor the Moments

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