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This is a nice rustic bread that can be enjoyed on it's own or with chili or soup.I packaged this in one quart canning jars with instructions attached for some of my Christmas gifts in a jar. &nb
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Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/23/2010 1:31 PM EST
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This is a nice rustic bread that can be enjoyed on it's own or with chili or soup.I packaged this in one quart canning jars with instructions attached for some of my Christmas gifts in a jar.   3 cups of all pupose flour, not packed in, spoon into the cup and then level off,3 teas. baking powder,1 teas.salt, 4 Tabl. sugar, 1  12oz. beer of your choice ,2-4 Tabl.melted butter.Sift together all dry ingredients,stir in beer,pour into a greased loaf pan,pour the melted butter on top and bake in a pre-heated 375* for one hour,remove from pan and allow 20 min. to cool before serving.The instructions I included with the gift were:Sift all ingredients and stir in 1  12oz.beer,pour into a greased loaf pan,pour 2-4 Tabl.melted butter over loaf and bake in a pre-heated 375* oven for one hour,remove from pan and allow 20 min.to cool before serving.Enjoy!

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/23/2010 2:30 PM EST
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In Response to Easy Beer Bread:
This is a nice rustic bread that can be enjoyed on it's own or with chili or soup.I packaged this in one quart canning jars with instructions attached for some of my Christmas gifts in a jar.   3 cups of all pupose flour, not packed in, spoon into the cup and then level off,3 teas. baking powder,1 teas.salt, 4 Tabl. sugar, 1  12oz. beer of your choice ,2-4 Tabl.melted butter.Sift together all dry ingredients,stir in beer,pour into a greased loaf pan,pour the melted butter on top and bake in a pre-heated 375* for one hour,remove from pan and allow 20 min. to cool before serving.The instructions I included with the gift were:Sift all ingredients and stir in 1  12oz.beer,pour into a greased loaf pan,pour 2-4 Tabl.melted butter over loaf and bake in a pre-heated 375* oven for one hour,remove from pan and allow 20 min.to cool before serving.Enjoy!
Posted by gale g


Gale,  Thanks for that recipe.  I have a box mix for beer bread from a hostess party but wanted to try a made from scratch one.  You've given me just what I wanted. 

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/23/2010 2:36 PM EST
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gale g...

I lile your recipe!  I must send it to my nephew, he is the Brewmaster and owns his own brewery. He is always looking for recipes that takes beer as one of the ingredients.  He also was on Good Morning America with his beer...can you tell I am proud of him?

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/23/2010 8:25 PM EST
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In Response to Easy Beer Bread : Gale,  Thanks for that recipe.  I have a box mix for beer bread from a hostess party but wanted to try a made from scratch one.  You've given me just what I wanted. 
Posted by Harriet G


Hi Harriet,Glad you can use the recipe.It's something different.I think it makes a great guys gift,something different and easy,although a lot of guys are cooking and baking now a days.My brother has been giving me some great ideas lately and has become quite a cook.

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posted at 12/23/2010 8:32 PM EST
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gale g... I lile your recipe!  I must send it to my nephew, he is the Brewmaster and owns his own brewery. He is always looking for recipes that takes beer as one of the ingredients.  He also was on Good Morning America with his beer...can you tell I am proud of him?
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan,thanks I hope that it is something that you can also use.My family likes it a lot.My brother loves beer and I packed a couple gifts in a jar for him.He has made homemade beer and wine in the past,but doesn't have the time anymore,but I'm sure when he retires that will all change.LOL Does he use beer in his chili? I know I've seen a recipe somewhere.

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/23/2010 10:03 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Easy Beer Bread : Hi Susan,thanks I hope that it is something that you can also use.My family likes it a lot.My brother loves beer and I packed a couple gifts in a jar for him.He has made homemade beer and wine in the past,but doesn't have the time anymore,but I'm sure when he retires that will all change.LOL Does he use beer in his chili? I know I've seen a recipe somewhere.
Posted by gale g


Gale...

He sure does!  When he was on Good Morning Amercia, he showed what foods goes with his different beers.  Very interesting!  He also uses his beer when he steams seafood! 

I will also be using your recipe, I love homemade bread!  Of course, it's best when warm with lots of butter!!  LOL

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/24/2010 9:25 AM EST
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I have made beer bread in the past, from a box that I got someplace.  I enjoyed it with the soup I made.  I am not a fan of beer, as a matter of fact I can't stand it!  I don't like the smell of it so to make the beer bread took a HUGE leap of faith for me but it turned out great.
I will be keeping this recipe for future use.
Thank you.
As a matter of fact it just may go with the beef barley soup I plan on making with my beef bones from Christmas dinner.

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/24/2010 9:55 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Easy Beer Bread : Gale... He sure does!  When he was on Good Morning Amercia, he showed what foods goes with his different beers.  Very interesting!  He also uses his beer when he steams seafood!  I will also be using your recipe, I love homemade bread!  Of course, it's best when warm with lots of butter!!  LOL
Posted by Susan K


That's different I'l have to pass that on to my brother.When was he on Good Morning America? That's pretty neat.My brother hasn't had the bread yet,I made a couple gifts in jar for him with the dry ingredients.He had some chicken thighs on the grill and he kept pouring beer on them and I have to say that was some of the best grilled chicken I have ever eaten.I keep forgetting to ask you what is the name of his brewery ?

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posted at 12/24/2010 10:01 AM EST
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I have made beer bread in the past, from a box that I got someplace.  I enjoyed it with the soup I made.  I am not a fan of beer, as a matter of fact I can't stand it!  I don't like the smell of it so to make the beer bread took a HUGE leap of faith for me but it turned out great. I will be keeping this recipe for future use. Thank you. As a matter of fact it just may go with the beef barley soup I plan on making with my beef bones from Christmas dinner.
Posted by nikki p


Hi Nikki,I also am not a beer fan,but I have to say I do like this bread.I'm making beef barley soup on Sunday,when the kids come over too.I brown the bones a little more and it gives a good rich flavor and color to the soup,I'm also making beer bread if they don't drink all the beer.lol lol lol

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/27/2010 8:24 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Easy Beer Bread:
In Response to Re: Easy Beer Bread : That's different I'l have to pass that on to my brother.When was he on Good Morning America? That's pretty neat.My brother hasn't had the bread yet,I made a couple gifts in jar for him with the dry ingredients.He had some chicken thighs on the grill and he kept pouring beer on them and I have to say that was some of the best grilled chicken I have ever eaten.I keep forgetting to ask you what is the name of his brewery ?
Posted by gale g


gale g...

He was on I believe about a year ago!  The name of his brewery is Troeg's and he does have a web site.  I have been at a picnic and they did the same thing with the chicken that wason the grill, you are right, it was very good!

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/27/2010 9:08 PM EST
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This sounds so interesting I will have to try it next time I make chili (very soon).  Thanks for posting Gale.  I think my husband wil love it!

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/28/2010 5:55 AM EST
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This sounds so interesting I will have to try it next time I make chili (very soon).  Thanks for posting Gale.  I think my husband wil love it!
Posted by H. M


Hi H M, glad you could use the recipe it is very good.My guys love it here.

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/28/2010 8:41 AM EST
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Bread sounds great but with only 2 of us I don't make bread anymore

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/28/2010 8:42 AM EST
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YUM!!! Beer Bread!!!  I wonder if there is a bread machine recipe??

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 12/28/2010 12:34 PM EST
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Reminds me of a recipe I made years ago for Beer Biscuits.

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 1/1/2011 2:51 PM EST
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Sounds good.

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 1/1/2011 3:08 PM EST
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In Response to Easy Beer Bread:
This is a nice rustic bread that can be enjoyed on it's own or with chili or soup.I packaged this in one quart canning jars with instructions attached for some of my Christmas gifts in a jar.   3 cups of all pupose flour, not packed in, spoon into the cup and then level off,3 teas. baking powder,1 teas.salt, 4 Tabl. sugar, 1  12oz. beer of your choice ,2-4 Tabl.melted butter.Sift together all dry ingredients,stir in beer,pour into a greased loaf pan,pour the melted butter on top and bake in a pre-heated 375* for one hour,remove from pan and allow 20 min. to cool before serving.The instructions I included with the gift were:Sift all ingredients and stir in 1  12oz.beer,pour into a greased loaf pan,pour 2-4 Tabl.melted butter over loaf and bake in a pre-heated 375* oven for one hour,remove from pan and allow 20 min.to cool before serving.Enjoy!
Posted by gale g

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posted at 1/1/2011 3:32 PM EST
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Hi GALE G.I've made this bread, for ( over 20)years, usings self rising flour & omitting the B.P. Sometimes,I use whole wheat flourIncrease BP to  4 tsp
if using heavier whole wheat flour.
( unsifted, gently spooned into measuring cup,
DO NOT PACK!!!!!!!!!!! Gingerale or lemon soda can be substituted for beer if desired. Use  orange or cherry soda & mix 1/4cup-1/2cup raisins into the flour ,before proceeding.The recipe I use, calls for only 2TBS sugar & sugar free soda may be used,if desired
 1/2-1 cup chopped nuts (choice)  may be added to fruit soda batter,  along w/ the raisins, if desired
Adding  2 TBS dried onion flakes to the flour. w/ 1/4tsp garlic powder 
  gives another flavor option.. drizzle w/ EVOO over the top before baking
LaughingHave FUNLaughing, & try other variations;  dried CRANBERRIES &  chocolate morsels ( using fruit flavored soda)I've never not enjoyed a flavor experiment;
ALL ARE GOOD
 [Served w/  different beverages or foods


In Response to Easy Beer Bread:
This is a nice rustic bread that can be enjoyed on it's own or with chili or soup.I packaged this in one quart canning jars with instructions attached for some of my Christmas gifts in a jar.   3 cups of all pupose flour, not packed in, spoon into the cup and then level off,3 teas. baking powder,1 teas.salt, 4 Tabl. sugar, 1  12oz. beer of your choice ,2-4 Tabl.melted butter.Sift together all dry ingredients,stir in beer,pour into a greased loaf pan,pour the melted butter on top and bake in a pre-heated 375* for one hour,remove from pan and allow 20 min. to cool before serving.The instructions I included with the gift were:Sift all ingredients and stir in 1  12oz.beer,pour into a greased loaf pan,pour 2-4 Tabl.melted butter over loaf and bake in a pre-heated 375* oven for one hour,remove from pan and allow 20 min.to cool before serving.Enjoy! Posted by gale g

Re: Easy Beer Bread

posted at 1/1/2011 3:41 PM EST
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MARY L Make  only KE 1/3 of the amount  of ingredients & use a mini loaf pan, suitable for even a single  bread loverWink.It's so good you can still enjoy fresh baked bread by yourselvesf[ adjust baking time for smaller loaves]
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Bread sounds great but with only 2 of us I don't make bread anymore
Posted by Mary L

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posted at 1/1/2011 4:09 PM EST
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Posted by Ann N


Hi Ann,Thanks for some more great ideas.This is what I'm talking about you can continuously learn that is why cooking and baking is such a great thing to get into.I know we have to eat but why shouldn't it be interesting.I'm copying the recipes to use awhile later as we just have too much food right now LOL. Thanks again Ann,I love to read your menu posts each day,they inspire and make me hungry.The recipe that I posted can use the self rising flour just omit the baking powder and salt.I have a hard time finding self rising flour in our area.
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