Recipe by ForeverMama
This is a favorite of ours, especially for breakfast. It's great toasted with a smooth splatter of butter over it. My husband and I originally had it at "The Ellis River House" in Jackson, N.H about 18 years ago. Lucky for us when we stayed there, they were selling a small cookbook which contained recipe's from the local country inns. My kids now love it too and it makes the house smell great. I always make 2 breads because 1 is just not enough. Who is Barry? He was the Inn's owner and chef who served this lovely bread every morning for breakfast with his wonderful mushroom omelet's. Barry if your out there, thx for the recipe and please provide us with your recipe for the omelet.
Top Review by rosie316
I'm entering my review without a star rating, so it will not mess up future over-all ratings. I made this bread the other night. I was so excited to try this recipe after seeing the photo and Pammy's review (I posted photos, as well). Sadly, I tried 3 loaves and could not get good results. I am definitely NOT a baker, but I followed the recipe exactly. With that said, I also made 3 batches of muffins and had bad results, as well. I'm starting to believe it may be my oven playing havoc with me. I'm going to have to find out. Anyway, the density of the bread was way off, but the taste was really good. I will try this again when I figure out what the issue is. Thanks for posting. (Made for PRMR)
- 3 cups all-purpose flour
- 3 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1⁄4 cup oil
- 12 ounces beer
Directions See How It's Made
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Grease and flour a loaf pan.
- In a mixing bowl, mix all the ingredients listed above. Don't over mix or under mix, mix it just right.
- Bake for 1 hour or until a toothpick comes out clean.
- According to Barry, take a sip of the beer before adding.
- Note: I've used various types of beers and find the the best are the lager's but any will do.