Beer Bread

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  1. chuck-chillout

    chuck-chillout Initiate (0) Jul 30, 2013 Ohio

    Whos made it...which beer (type) do you perfer to make it with.

    (I plan on making some for the first time, just wanted to ask my BA's about it...)
     
  2. wborr82

    wborr82 Initiate (0) Aug 20, 2013 Florida

    IPAs. I've made beer bread and pretzels with Jai Alai. Both were great.
     
  3. DinoFight

    DinoFight Initiate (0) Jan 23, 2013 Arizona

    My wife has made it in the past. Pretty sure she used Sierra Nevada Pale Ale or Stone IPA. It turned out pretty good, wouldn't mind having it again. Although I might have her use a different beer this time to see if there is a difference.
     
  4. deadbody

    deadbody Aspirant (295) May 10, 2010 Minnesota
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    Some sort of flavorful stout. Made a loaf with a maple stout that was amazeballs.
     
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  5. Tertullian007

    Tertullian007 Aspirant (296) Nov 4, 2012 Missouri
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    I have made it a lot. Don't waste an expensive beer on it. My favorites have been Schlafly pumpkin ale and Lagunitas Little sumpin wild. Guineas foreign export was also a good one.
     
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  6. Infinite1

    Infinite1 Aspirant (273) Jul 2, 2010 Illinois
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    Are there made with the packets from Tastefully Simple ? If so my wife makes it with crappy Miller Lite.. I wonder how much better they would be with real beer ?
     
  7. T-Bird

    T-Bird Initiate (118) Aug 26, 2013 Ohio

    Rather than use actual beer, we've made it using the leftover grains from the mash from a home brewer friend of mine. We just took a normal whole grain bread recipe and liberally substituted the mash grain in place of the normal grain. It makes a really dense and tasty bread.
     
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  8. benbking

    benbking Disciple (304) Dec 11, 2009 Rhode Island
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    i made an oatmeal molasses bread with half a bottle of Southern Tier Creme Brulee Stout. It was pretty damn good.
     
  9. blue-dream

    blue-dream Crusader (775) Aug 22, 2013 Virgin Islands (U.S.)
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    my wife keeps trying to make it, but i drink all beer before she can.
     
  10. chuck-chillout

    chuck-chillout Initiate (0) Jul 30, 2013 Ohio

    Thanx guys....it is mos def going down this weekend for the game(s). Beer...Beer Bread...some roasted animal..and football.... LOL :) :) :) :)
     
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  11. dieBlume

    dieBlume Initiate (0) Mar 18, 2013 Virginia

    Trust me, it makes a difference. The people I used to live it would always make it with shitty beer. Then I brought a sixer of Franziskaner Hefe. The taste difference was so big that they keep some on hand *just* for when they use that mix for beer bread.
     
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  12. inchrisin

    inchrisin Defender (654) Sep 25, 2008 Indiana


    Would you mind sharing a recipe, or do you change it up?
     
  13. Tertullian007

    Tertullian007 Aspirant (296) Nov 4, 2012 Missouri
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    I hate to disappoint, but this is the secret to my beer bread,
    [​IMG]
     
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  14. inchrisin

    inchrisin Defender (654) Sep 25, 2008 Indiana

    You strike me as a bacon and cheddar kind of man. :)
     
  15. Infinite1

    Infinite1 Aspirant (273) Jul 2, 2010 Illinois
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    Bacon and Cheddar sound awesome.. What beer would you use ?? An IPA ?
     
  16. csurowiec

    csurowiec Disciple (398) Mar 7, 2010 Maryland

    Here is a tried and true scratch recipe for a beer batter bread. I've always made it with a middle of the road amber or pale ale, nothing excessively dark or hoppy or high abv.

    3 cups flour
    1 tablespoon baking powder
    3 tablespoon sugar
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 12oz beer room temp
    1/4 cup unsalted butter melted
    1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar (optional)
    Preheat oven to 375. In a mixing bowl combine all the dry ingredients and the cheese if using it. Add the beer all at once mixing until just combined. Pour the batter into a loaf pan then pour the melted butter over the top of the batter. Bake 35-40 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean. Enjoy
     
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