• Catarina Alexon

    Sounds delicious Susan!!

    Can’t make it though since we don’t have self-rising flour here. Most likely you can only get it in the States?

    • If you don’t have self rising you can make your own. Here’s the the way. For every cup of regular flour, add 1 1/4 teaspoons of baking soda and a 1/4 teaspoon salt. Viola you’re now good to go. :-)))

  • Julie

    OK, now you’ve done it. I HAVE to try this recipe.

    • That is awesome. Let me know how it turned out. 🙂

  • Patricia Goodman

    Sounds pretty tasty!

  • Jon Jefferson

    The nice thing about this style of beer bread is you don’t have to spend the time kneading it like you would traditional bread. The sad part is, it doesn’t really work for say, a ham sandwich. But it is great with jams and jellies.

    You can add baking soda to older self rising flour to freshen the rising agent.

    • Hi Jon, That is exactly right. I have found that if I toast it a bit I can then use it for sandwiches. Oh, and thanks for the reminder about adding baking soda to older flour. 🙂

  • Sounds really tasty Susan, will have to try it out.

    • Hi Merle, Oh it is and please do. Come back and tell me what you thought when you do. 🙂

    • Hi Merle, Oh it is and please do. Come back and tell me what you thought when you do. 🙂

  • Your photos are making my mouth water! And only 4 ingredients, definitely will try!

    • Hi Jay, I am so happy that my photos have done that for you. I am doing a happy dance. It’s a super easy recipe and it tastes even better. Enjoy. 🙂

    • Hi Jay, I am so happy that my photos have done that for you. I am doing a happy dance. It’s a super easy recipe and it tastes even better. Enjoy. 🙂

  • ginavalley

    This was the one thing my husband learned how to bake during our first year of marriage. We haven’t had it for ages. I think I’ll surprise him with some next week!

    • Hi Gina, This recipe has been around for a long time and it’s still a try and true old faithful. I know your will be so surprised when you make it. Let me know how it went. 🙂

  • Elizabeth Sott

    I have had the pleasure of making this with Susan and I will say it is AMAZING!! I love this bread……

    • Hi Elizabeth, I was so much fun making this with you, and eating it of course… LOL. 🙂

  • Bread that doesn’t require kneading? I’m all for that. My husband just had to have a Kitchen Aide mixer so he could use it to knead dough, and then he’s made bread like twice in three years…

    • Ha,Ha, I so understand that Jeri. My husband does the very same thing. The fact that you don’t need to knead this is one of the best parts of this recipe.

    • Jon Jefferson

      I have avoided buying a kitchen aid mostly because I see nothing wrong with kneading dough by hand. Mind you I actually make most of the bread we eat too.

      • Hi Jon, Ah, but I love my Kitchen Aide Mixer. Not for bread mind you, but for all the other baking I do. 🙂

  • I can always count on you sharing easy recipes. Thanks for the tip on how to make self-rising flour too. My family raves about the beer bread mix that they get from Tastefully Simple but I find their products pricey. This seems like it would be easy to make and I bet it’s every bit as good – maybe better! Have you ever tried it with Coors Lite or another light beer?

    • Thanks Sherry, I am all about good food that isn’t hard to make. It’a actual better, if I don’t say so myself… LOL. I haven’t tried it with a light beer yet. I believe it would work just as well. If you try it, let me know how it turned out. 🙂

  • This sounds so bloody easy to make how much butter is in a stick……….we don’t have stick butter here so I have no idea how much that is

    • Hi Jo-Anne, It is easy. That’s a good question. A stick of butter equals a 1/2 cup. I hope that helps. 🙂

  • Sorry it taken me so long to get here. Your site has been moving to your new host and I have been preparing to move house. Whew… Love these easy recipes! 🙂

    • Aw, no worries my friend. I hate moving, what ever the form, so my sympathies. I do too, can’t you tell… LOL. 🙂

  • Scott Hammond

    This sounds great. Fresh baked bread is one of those always hits the spot things that fewer and fewer people are capable of pulling off.

    • Hey there Scott, I agree, I love this bread because it’s one that anyone can make with confidence. 🙂

  • Morgan Decker

    Yum I love cooking with beer! My favorite recepie that I’ve found is for Blue Moon Cupcakes, the flavor of the beer along with the light citrus is very refreshing 🙂

    • Hi Morgan, You will love this recipe and so will our husband. But I warn you, it can be a bit addictive… LOL. 🙂

  • Karen Koblan

    This looks delish! Adding this to my St. Patrick’s Day recipes. I know my husband will love this…anything with beer in the name! Thanks for sharing this!

    • Hi Karen, You so welcome, and this will be a great addition to your St. Paddy’s Day feast. 🙂

  • Cole Nemeth

    This sounds really good and easy to make! I’m going to have to try this soon!

    • Hi Cole and welcome. Have fun with this recipe. A little warning, there may be a demand for it after you try it with you family and friends… LOL

  • I’m wary of recipes that call for “kneading.” I can never figure out when enough is enough. Sounds delicious, though!

    • I get that Jeannette, this bit of neading is really inconsequential. Don’t let that stop you from giving it a try. It is worth it, I promise. :)))

  • I’m wary of recipes that call for “kneading.” I can never figure out when enough is enough. Sounds delicious, though!

  • Kerry Fountain

    I have been meaning to try out a beer bread recipe for my hubby. He started brewing his own beer 2 years ago and has had really good results. We use some of his beer in homemade stew and it is beyond awesome. With such an easy recipe– I really need to give it a try now!

    Thanks for linking up to our Healthy Tuesdays Blog Hop!
    Kerry from http://www.countrylivingonahill.com

    • Hi Kerry, You are so welcome. How great is that, to use your own homemade beer in this recipe. I’ll bet it comes out fabulous. 🙂

  • Darlene Nemeth

    I like quick and easy recipes. Baking bread with beer sounds interesting. I just might have to give it a try. Thanks so much Susan.

    • Hi Darlene, I remember the first time I made this I thought, no way. I has been a household favorite ever since. Enjoy. 🙂

  • AnnMarie Irace

    Thank you for this! Found you on the Healthy Tuesday Hop from Humble Bumble. I have only had the boxed beer bread. This has to be so much better. Can’t wait to try it!

    • Hi AnnMarie, It’s so nice to have you stop by. This is so much better then the boxed version. The fact that its super easy makes it that much better.:-)

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    I bet my dad would love this. We had some beer brats at my grandma’s 80th birthday party last weekend that were awesome

    • Hi Krystle, I love this recipe. It so delicious and it would go very well with beer brats. 🙂

  • Corinne

    Susan, I can’t wait to try this recipe. It looks easy enough that even I might be able to make it (bread is not my forte). And in the picture it appears to be nice and moist. Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi Corinne, Welcome, It couldn’t be any easier. It’s moist without being mushy. I believe you’ll have fun making it. Come back and let me know how it went. 🙂

  • Laura The Spruiker

    Sounds delish! I love making things from scratch with all natural ingredients. You might like this easy recipe too: @The Spruiker about mayonnaise

    • Welcome Laura, it is a great recipe and couldn’t be any simpler. It’s one of our family favorites. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Valerie Remy-Milora

    So simple! No yest, no kneading, ready fast… Love it!! Have you tried it with any gluten free flours? I’m thinking buckwheat or amarinth could make good choices.

    • Hey there Valerie, Yep, there is nothing not to love about this recipe. Enjoy. 🙂