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A lot of beer bear is made with out yeast, which makes good bread, but it's crumbly and more cakie like. Here is a recipe for beer bread ...
Ingredients: 2 3/4 cups flour 4 tablespoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 package active dry yeast 1 cup beer 1 tablespoon butter 2 1/2 tablespoon honey 1 egg ...
Mix the flour, sugar, salt, and yeast in a large bowl till thoroughly mixed. Flour can be all-purpose, or bread flour.
Get a small sauce pan and warm the beer on the stove. Mix beer, butter and honey on the stove (Do not boil, just get it warm to ...
Crack the egg in with the dry ingredients, then while pouring warmed beer/butter/honey mixture in, stir till mixed and doughy. It will get very thick!!
After you mix everything together, let the doughy mix raise for 30 mins with a damp towel over the bowl.
After 30 mins of rising flour a non stick surface (I kneaded directly on our granite counter top) Be sure to flour the surface with dry flour first. ...
After kneading your dough, grease your bread pan (I used PAM cooking spray) and place dough in pan, then let rise again for 20 mins with a damp ...
After rising again for 20 mins, place pan on center rack in over and cook for 30-35 mins till top is golden brown.
After the the bread is golden brown on top take it out of the over, let it cool and EAT! Yum beer bread!
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