Here we go again… I have decided to bring you yet another beer-bread recipe! To be fair, you asked for it! You might be saying “but Ashley, you already gave us the most spectacular trub bread recipe and we plan to canonize you for it…” Okay, okay, so you probably aren’t saying that “exactly” but who’s checking? Anyway, this truly is a BEER bread, as beer will be providing most of your wet volume in the recipe.
This BEER BREAD is hearty and flavorful so don’t expect it to be just like t
Oh Autumn, how we love the signals of your arrival. Changing leaves, cooler temperatures, aromas of cinnamon and spice dancing in the air. Those are just some of the lovely things about fall, but here at Mr. Beer, a couple of other things come to mind. The Fall season brings us the most beer-centric holiday that many of us celebrate all around the world, reaching far beyond its original cultural borders!
While enjoying all that fabulous beer, you’re probably going to get kind of hungry, j
Once you're all done with the brewing process and your beer has fermented and been bottled, you have this layer of sediment or Trub at the bottom of the fermenter.
Most people would just clean out their fermenter and think nothing of it. Did you know that you can make your own beer bread or trub bread from this?
It’s fairly simple and easy to do. Plus, it makes some awesome tasting bread. So now you can be a homebrewer and a baker!
To make this it requires you to do your T
Memorial Day weekend is here, and with it comes warmer temperatures, cold beer, and backyard grilling with friends and family. You might be thinking, "it's a backyard BBQ, as long as the ice chest is full it doesn't matter which beers are in there," but I'm telling you some are going to wash that smoky, grilled meat down much better than others.
Crispy, tender Carnitas. Crunchy, battered fish dowsed in lime. Bold salsas in red, green, and gold. Cooling guacamole and sour cream to chill your scorched tongue. Let's talk about your Cinco de Mayo plans.