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Imperial Ale Pork Tenderloin Recipe

We love cooking with pork. Pork is a great alternative to the beef that my husband loves so much. While I like beef as well, I prefer a little more variety and that is something that pork can definitely provide.

We also like experimenting a lot with recipes and pork is one of the perfect meats to really have some fun with. We make everything from barbecued pork and pork kabobs to ribs and chops.

Here is one of our new favorite recipes. What we liked was how great it was the first night we cooked it and then it was just as amazing the day as a sandwich.

Imperial Ale Pork Tenderloin Recipe


Pork Tenderloin
Ziploc Storage Bags
Imperial Ale – 1 Bottle
Apple Juice – We used Capri Sun 100% Juice
Whole Grain Mustard – We used Plochman’s
BBQ – We used KC Masterpiece
Granulated Garlic


Get a Ziploc bag and add your pork tenderloin.

Add one bottle imperial ale, one cup apple juice, two tablespoons whole grain mustard, quarter cup of bbq sauce, teaspoon of  salt and pepper, teaspon thyme and a teaspoon of granulated garlic.

Close the bag and shake. Refrigerate for two to three hours.

Start grill using apple and cherry smoke chips.

Grill tenderloin at about 350 degrees for approximately 20 minutes.

Remove from grill and let rest for ten minutes.

Slice and eat.

For more inspiration and to find other great recipes, please visit the National Pork Board website.


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  1. Christopher Sorel
    October 30, 2012 at 8:18 am — Reply

    yum. Did you put some wood chunks in there soak in beer as well? Tastes even better

  2. November 7, 2012 at 5:30 pm — Reply

    That looks good and sound delicious!

  3. Lily Kwan
    March 4, 2013 at 2:07 am — Reply

    This recipe looks very tasty. Thanks for sharing!