All of the great flavors of pastrami are stuffed into these juicy Corned Beef Brisket Sausages. healthy and delicious easy to prepare so do not miss this recipe from home-prepared at the end of the week in a good dinner with the family

5 pounds Corned beef brisket
1 pound brisket flat
6 ozs. Guinness Blonde beer
sausage casing

Rinse off the brisket under cold water and pat dry with paper towels.
Trim off the fat. Save one pound of the good fat.

Cut the brisket into 2-inch cubes. Place on a sheet pan with the fat and freeze for one hour.

Pass the meat through a food grinder one time, using a coarse blade.
Gently mix the beef and beer together with your hands. You want to work the meat as little as possible.

Place the ground meat into the freezer for 30 minutes.
Remove four long casings from the salt. Rinse under cold water. Open one end and allow water to rinse through the casing twice. Place in a bowl of water and let sit while the meat is chilling.

Slide one casing onto the stuffing tube.

Place the meat into the sausage stuffer, and rotate the handle slowly until the meat reaches the end of the tube.

Pull about two inches of the casing off the end and tie in a knot. Slide it back on until the knot touches the end.
Hold onto the casing and rotate the handle on the stuffer. As the meat extracts into the tube, gently push the sausage toward the mixer, so you don’t get any air pockets.

Determine how long you want your sausages to be. Then, twist three times at that length. Continue extracting sausage, twisting the opposite direction each time. Finish by tying a knot in the end.

With a toothpick, pierce each sausage in a few places to remove air pockets. Return to the freezer for 30 minutes.
Remove from the freezer and cut each link at the twist.
Thaw before grilling. Grill the links over medium heat for about 10 minutes per side or until the inside reaches 165F degrees.

Thaw before smoking. Set the smoker to 180F degrees. Smoke for 4-5 hours, until the internal temperature reaches 165F degrees.