Beer Bread

This delicious bread is flavorful and hearty. I’d recommend serving it with a soup or chili, although it can go with anything or by itself. Did I mention it takes about 5 minutes to prepare for baking, there is no kneading and its made entirely of items most likely already in your pantry? Make it tonight!

  • 3 cups of flour
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 12 oz of beer
  • butter

Preheat oven to 375. Mix flour, sugar and baking powder. Stir in beer, batter will be sticky.

Place in a loaf pan coated with cooking spray and bake for 55 minutes. 3 minutes before bread is finished, take out of oven spread the butter over the top, return to oven and finish baking.


3 responses

  1. I have tried your recipe, it turned out great! Better than I even expected, we ate it all just standing looking at the bread and supposedly waiting for the bread to cool. Didn’t have a chance, have to make more.

  2. I’ll definitely have to try that soon! It looks delicious! Sadly, we don’t often have beer around. (Mark would really appreciate the Coors Light, though! He’s a big fan of the “Silver Bullet.”) Probably wouldn’t work all that well with wine, huh? We always have that around! 😉

  3. Hi there! WOW! How easy was that? TOO easy! Soooooo delicious – We did not wait for the bread to cool though – looked too good to wait! So it sort of fell apart when I was cutting it – ha ha ha – that’s a GOOD thing cuz there was little pieces of crust that had to get eaten before it was put out for serving! And what a crust!!! So glad I was referred to this site…love all the pictures, and can’t wait to try another recipe! Thanks!

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