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For a nice twist on Sunday dinner, I decided to mix up my typical cooking liquid combination and try a Rye Beer. I thought the Rye might add a nice pepper flavor without being overpowering. The resulting loin was moist and tender as well as perfectly seasoned with no dominant flavor overpowering the pork. As with most things in our house, we love it with warm Memphis BBQ sauce poured over the top for a little extra sweet heat.
1. Combine all ingredients, except the loin, together in the crock pot.
2. Place the loin in the slow cooker.
3. Put the lid securely on the pot and cook on low for 6-7 hours.
4. Carefully remove from the slow cooker as it will be so tender, it literally falls apart.
5. Serve with warm BBQ sauce.
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