Ready in 45 minutes
This is the simplest bread you can imagine. The loaves look rather rustic, but they're delicious, especially hot and with a smear of butter. Only two ingredients -- and no kneading! You can try different beers for different flavors. We like it made with Budweiser.
"This is the best bread and the easiest. I did add an ingredient that a friend from New Zealand told me. 1/2 cup of melted butter poured on top of bread while in pan. This makes it crispy on the outside, great taste. I also had Ranch dressing to dip it into, which makes it very tastey. Also I heard dill dip is also good. You can also makes this with soda, like coke, pepsi, orange, grape..for color. You can add cheese on top of the bread or if you use a color sprinkle some sugar on top. This Bread is the BEST!!! "
Preheat oven to 375. Grease a loaf pan.
Combine the flour and beer in a large bowl until flour is completely moistened. Pour into greased loaf pan. Tent with plastic wrap and let stand in a warm place for 20 minutes, to rise.
Remove plastic wrap. Place pan into preheated oven. Bake at 375 degrees F for 50 to 55 minutes or until top is lightly browned.
OPTIONAL: During the last 5 minutes of baking, brush top with some melted butter.
Cool in pan five minutes before removing to cool completely.
FDNYguy 2y agoSimple enough you MUST try this bread. I think the fun part comes next with the experimenting of different beers, and fine tuning it till your even happier!
antony_hamilton 2y agoVery easy to make and really nice toasted, I used tiger beer and it worked perfectly
ceriann 2y agoGreat tasting bread, and so easy to make!
sse00172 3y agoI like this one , it's soooooo easy
amberdey 3y agoSuper easy! This is a fun recipe to add too and play with... I like to use it as dough for pizza too! I use it all the time!
joaxelson 3y ago
heatherhelgestad 3y agoDelicious i highly recommend!!!!!
chh5862 3y agoWonderful and easy
ckohanke 3y agoEasy to make! I added jalepenos and my family gobbled it up!
malcolmhills 3y agoTried this a few times now - BEST results (near perfection) was with strong bread flour (brown) and ale (not lager) - best flavour using London's Pride (UK beer). A firm favourite :) and now 5 stars.