Preheat the oven to 350°F.
Rinse the ribs and pat dry with some paper towels.
Place the ribs in a large ovenproof casserole dish or roasting pan. I used my 16 x 12 Calphalon Roasting pan and the ribs fit fine. Season well with salt, pepper and the paprika. Be sure to add the seasoning to both sides and have the meaty side up. Pour the bottle of beer over the ribs and cover with aluminum foil. You want a tight seal so be sure to wrap the sides snugly.
Bake in the oven for 1 hour.
Here's where Barbecue Bob and his wife Bert differ in styles. Bert will remove the ribs, add a little of Barbecue Bob's homemade barbecue sauce and finish in the oven for 5 minutes.Barbecue Bob, being a grilling aficionado, likes to finish the ribs on a hot grill for 5 to 7 minutes also using his homemade barbecue sauce. You may think this is a lot of work to start a fire just for a few minutes of finishing but we can't forget the kids who don't like baby back ribs.
Firing up the grill is perfect for grilling those hotdogs and hamburgers that both our kids enjoy so much. It's also great for grilling some vegetables to serve with Bert's Barbecue Baby Back Ribs.