Have You Ever Wanted The Recipe For Beer Bread?- I’ll Pass
Have you ever wanted to eat beer break? It sounds like a bad mistake in college doesn’t it? Apparently people eat this gem. We have the recipe, and the break down inside today’s beer break.
Here’s the recipe from our friends at Queen City Drinks:
1. Preheat the oven to 375. Combine 3 cups self rising flour with 3 tablespoons sugar. If you don’t have self rising flour use regular flour and add 4 teaspoons baking soda and 1 teaspoon salt.
2. Add one and half beers. This works out to 18 ounces of beer which is almost but not quite two full cups of beer. The dough should be very moist but not too runny. The amount of beer you need to achieve this can actually vary depending on the brand of flour but his ratio seems to work for Kroger’s flour. I think this recipe is best with a full-calorie, light-flavored lager but you can make it with any beer. Light beer works better than something with a lot of flavor. I’ve made it with Guinness in the past and it really doesn’t taste as good.
3. Pour the dough into a greased bread pan and bake at 375 for about 45 minutes. The outside should be golden and a knife should come out clean when you are done. Melt 3 tablespoons of butter and pour it over the crust and you are ready to go. This bread is best fresh and it is very crumbly. Let it cool down for a little while for easiest cutting.
I don’t know about you, but I may pass baking this gem…