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Jerry at Cooking by the Seat of my Pants shows us how to make ale bread. Jerry writes, “A hearty side to a comfort stew in this cold season“. Link

2 thoughts on “HOW TO – Make Ale Bread

  1. this is also known as “beer batter bread” and has been quite the staple in our home for several years.
    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/104160
    the beauty of the recipe is that it you get the wonderfully sweet yeasty flavor without the work of a traditional yeasted bread (no kneading, no rising). you can also really play with the flavor by experimenting with different beers. a dark amber will give you good color and a deeper caramel-y flavor. a very light ale will give you a bright sweet flavor. and of course you should experiment with things to mix in… cheddar and green onions, smoked gouda, rosemary and chopped black olives… etc.

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