This was great! Easy too. My kids ate it up!
Seemed a little gooey after baking full time. Good flavor though, used regular Budweiser.
I used scotch ale as a base, then instead of green onions i added some caramelized walla-wallas. I also added some garlic, basil, and oregano. It turned out really nicely and only lasted a day! Thanks for posting!
Super good! Couldn't have been any easier. I used half the amount of cheese. Served with Italian sausage soup. I will be making this yummy bread again. Thanks for posting.
I used a Sam Adams Lager and some nice sharp Tillamook cheese, and everything worked as it should. One of us not accustomed to beer felt the beer flavor was too strong; that's going to be a matter of taste and preference. Baking time and ingredient amounts seemed to be right on the button. This bread has a very substantial, rustic, cheesy feel, almost creamy mouth texture, and robust flavor. Made for PAC.
We love beer bread! I used a can of Miller Lite we had leftover from the Holidays and agree with Deb that a nice German Beer would work well (My DH has Bitburger downstairs but wouldn't give it up for beer bread- lol). I didn't really know what "the consistency of Bisquick" meant but just followed the directions as given. The "batter" was super thick and soft and had to be spread rather than poured into the pan which is pretty typical for beer bread. The baking time was right on for me as well. Overall a delicious loaf that is easy to make. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for Spring PAC 2011.
Beer bread is a favorite in our household and this was a very nice one. We not only enjoyed the beer cheese combo but also liked the garlic background. Made using whole wheat flour, Tecate (Mexican beer) and low fat non-sharp cheddar cheese (what I had on hand). I did have to use 14 ounces of beer to get the correct consistency. Looking forward to trying with a sharper cheddar and also with a German Beer. Thanks for the post.