Belgium White Beer Bread

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I love beer.  I love bread, but I really love beer bread.  The great thing about this recipe is that I use Belgian White style wheat beer, which works well in bread. 
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Step 1: Ingredients

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You will need the following ingredients:
Baking Powder
Beer (Shock Top or Blue Moon are my favorite)

Step 2: Pre-stuff

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1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees

2. Grease bread pan.  I always use part of the butter I have set aside for the recipe.

3. Sift flour

Step 3: Dry Ingredients

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Mix Dry Ingredients
      3 cups flour- sifted
      3 teaspoons of baking powder
      1 teaspoon salt
      1/4 cup sugar

Step 4: BEER!

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Add room temperature Belgian White Beer and mix with dry ingredients.  It will be slightly lumpy.

Step 5: BUTTER!

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1. Pour the dough into your greased bread pan.

2. Melt 6 tablespoons of butter.

3. Pour melted butter over the bread dough in the pan.

Step 6: BAKE

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1. Bake the dough in the preheated 375 degree oven for 1 hour.

2. Remove from oven and remove from pan.

3. Cool for 15 minutes, serve and enjoy.
crevis793 years ago
one beer didn't seem like enough. its in the oven now. tried one with 2 and one with 1.5 beers.
So you add the whole bottle of beer?
It was good!
Trying it with half corona, half guiness, kinda like a black n tan beer bread if that makes any sense......this looks like a great recipe because the yeast is already in the beer and i dont have to getmy beer belly to go to the store=) thanks
pepperjordan (author)  FlatLinerMEDIC3 years ago
HA! You crack me up. How did it come out?
pepperjordan (author) 3 years ago
That's a great idea cgonser! We love dark beers so I bet we'd love it.
cgonser4 years ago
Made this and loved it, going to store for more beer. My family wants me to make more, it's really good when made with a dark lager
zieak4 years ago
Oh my. I had no idea there was that much butter in it! No wonder it's so delicious!