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I love this recipe! Instead of Bud beer, I used Miller High Life.
I make mine also with 1/2 C. sugar, since we like this bread sweeter. This is a great bread that everyone should try. Fast and easy.
This was quite good. Even better when you realize you're having beer for breakfast! We don't drink American beers, but our darker imports worked just as well. You can't get an easier bread recipe than this.
This was definitely easy, and quite tasty. I've been having a slice for breakfast all week. I unfortunately did not have any self-rising flour, but I did some research, and, in case anyone else finds themselves in the same predicament, you can make your own by adding 1 1/2 tsp baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt for each cup of regular flour. I used that, and it appears to have worked.
Used Sam Adams Boston Lager. sub. 1tbs of molasses for 1tbs of sugar. Easy and tasty. Can't go wrong.
I enjoyed this bread which can be put together in just minutes. I was expecting it to look a little darker/browner and have a strong flavor. Instead this bread is very mild and sweet. You can not tell it was made with beer.
This was a very good bread. I like how quick this is to put together and get on the table. I love working with yeast but this is nice when you want a good quick bread. Thanks for posting!!
This bread is so yummy! I first found the recipe in a magazine, except that it didn't have sugar in the recipe. I have always left the sugar out, and we really like it. I think you can taste the beer flavor a little better that way. Very simple and quick, and definitely better than buying breads to eat with dinner. :)
Great loaf, and so easy to make....I threw in a handful or so of raisins, and the effect was wonderful....!