Beer Batter Bread



Want an easy bread that will come together in a flash?  Here it is.  This loaf is like a biscuit in texture, but with a whole bunch more flavor, thanks to beer.

I don’t drink beer, I never buy beer, so I was lost in the beer section.  I just kinda closed my eyes and chose one, it worked, phew!

Preheat oven to 350 degrees and grease a standard 9×5″ loaf pan

Rustle up your stuff  (check out the butter, off brand with a funky, crooked wrapper!)


That’s some honey from a great friend, who’s sister has bees, on purpose….

First take the flour, salt, and baking powder and mix them together.

Next add the melted butter, beer and honey.  Look, it’s like science or something!

Stir it up until all of the flour is moistened.  It’ll be kind of lumpy.

Now pour it into your prepared pan.  You can also plop this into a greased muffin pan, just fill each up all the way, and bake, they will take much less time then the whole loaf, so keep an eye on ’em

Pop it into the oven for 35-45 minutes or until nice and golden brown.

Let it cool for at least 10 minutes before cutting, otherwise it’ll get a bit gummy.  Then you have my permission to attack it with copious amounts of butter!

Click here for printable recipe


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2 Responses to Beer Batter Bread

  1. Rhiannon says:

    Again, you tease me with the dough whisk! *opens Amazon in a new tab* That bread looks very tasty; great job!

  2. tammy rhodes says:

    Looks yuumo !! Thanks for the tip on waiting 10min to cut. No wonder my beer breads are always like gum, seriously, that is an awesome tip..

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