You haven’t had good bread until you’ve tried this yeast-free beer bread, which can be made without too much hassle. Wait until you try it before saying no, because it is a unique flavor that will make you fall in love.
Yeast-Free Beer Bread? You’ll Love It Once You Have It
What’s this about beer bread?
We all love beer, even if we don’t drink it often, we may have had it in mussels or stews before. So, why not in bread? It is a distinct flavor, but extremely tasty.
To start, you need some flour, which can be self-raising flour for an easy process. However, you can also use other flours, like bread, wheat, pastry, or even gluten-free options, like almond or cassava. Remember, though, to add a leavening agent, which can be baking soda or baking powder.
Now, this recipe says it is yeast-free, and while there is no yeast needed to bake the bread, there is yeast in the beer used. Keep this in mind when you bake this bread, especially if you have a yeast allergy or intolerance.
Some good beers to use for this recipe include lagers, pilsners, or a heavy porter for a chocolate or coffee aftertaste. If you want to make it non-alcoholic, try using a 0% alcohol beer, as it will add the fizziness and flavor without the alcohol.
To sweeten, we recommend you use honey, as it mixes well with the beer and creates a unique taste. Yet, if that’s not for you, use other alternatives like molasses, maple syrup, or brown sugar. Simply make sure that the chosen sweetener is dissolved completely.
After your bread has begun to set, you can bake it for about 40 minutes, and the results will be magical. This yeast-free beer bread is a great addition to a meat stew, or for a roast beef sandwich.
Yeast-free Beer BreadCourse: Breads
3 cups (384 g) self-raising flour
1 tbsp granulated sugar
2 tbsp honey
1 bottle 12 oz (approx 355 ml) beer
- To start, preheat the oven to its lowest setting. Prepare and grease a 9×5 in. (approx. 23 x 13 cm) bread pan.
- Get a large bowl and combine all the ingredients. Mix well using a spoon or spatula.
- Pour the mixture into the prepared bread pan. Do not cover. Place in the warm oven for 15 min.
- Increase the oven temperature to 375 F (190 C) and bake for another 40 min.
- Remove from the oven and transfer to a wire rack. Let the bread cool for 15 min.
- Even though this bread is technically yeast-free, it still is NOT suitable for anyone that has a yeast intolerance as there is yeast in the beer.