Easy Beer Bread Recipe (No Yeast) - For Beer Lovers!
This easy beer bread recipe is delicious and very simple to make. It is perfect as a birthday treat for your favorite beer lover. Or try making several different beer breads and holding a contest in order to see if your friends can identify what beers were used to make the breads. Visit Bread Dad.com for more fun & easy bread recipes.
12OuncesBeer- use your favorite beer that has a strong & distinctive taste
8TablespoonsUnsalted Butter(melted) - 1/2 of butter will be used "inside" the bread and the other 1/2 is poured on top of the dough in order to create a crunchy & buttery top.
3CupsFlour (all-purpose flour) - This recipe does not use self-rising flour
4TablespoonsWhite Granulated Sugar
3TeaspoonsBaking Powder(aluminum free)
Preheat the oven to 350 F.
Grease the bread pan (bottom & sides of pan), spray the bread pan, use baking parchment paper or use a good nonstick bread pan in order to prevent the beer bread from sticking to the bread pan.
Mix all of the dry ingredients together first. This helps to ensure the baking powder, salt & sugar are evenly mixed throughout the flour.
Lightly beat the egg.
Melt the butter in a microwave.
Add the egg, beer and 1/2 of the butter (4 tablespoons). Gently stir until all ingredients are mixed together.
Scoop the finished dough out of the mixing bowl and place it in a 9 by 5 bread pan. Smooth out the top of the bread dough within the bread pan.
Pour the remaining 1/2 of melted butter (4 tablespoons) on top of the bread dough within the bread pan. This will help to create a crunchy & buttery top to the bread.
Place the bread pan in the oven and bake for 50-55 minutes. Wear oven mitts when dealing with bread pan & oven.
When done, remove the bread pan from the oven. Wear oven mitts when dealing with bread pan & oven.
Let the bread cool within the bread pan for 10 minutes.
Remove the bread from the bread pan. Place the bread on a wire cooling rack in order to finish its cooldown. Allow the beer bread to completely cool before cutting the bread.
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