Get ready to dive into a mouthwatering meal with these beer-battered fish sandwiches! Picture this - tender, juicy halibut filets coated in a delicious beer batter, fried to crispy golden-brown perfection. These bad boys are served up on soft brioche buns, with a generous dollop of tangy lemon dill sauce, crisp lettuce, and juicy tomatoes. So get your taste buds ready and give them a try today!
Cut the halibut filet into 4 pieces, about ½" thick and the size of your hamburger buns. If your filet is around 1-1.5" thick, cut it in half to make it thinner. If your filet is already ¾" thick or thinner, don't cut it in half to make it thinner.
Combine flour, seafood seasoning, and baking powder in a medium bowl. Slowly add beer to the batter and stir with a whisk. The batter should be the consistency of a thin pancake batter. It needs to be thin enough to coat the fish well but not so thin that it doesn't stick.