What a great recipe! And to think, people pay around $6 for the pre-made beer bread mix. I think this tastes much better than beer bread I've tasted made from a mix. I've made this twice now. You can vary the ratio of whole wheat and white flour to suit your taste, just make sure the total is 3cups of flour. I recommend melting 1/4c. to 1/3c. butter and pouring over the top BEFORE baking. This bread keeps well for several days, wrapped tightly(if it lasts that long). When I made it for guests, I broke it up into chunks and served it with dill dip as an appetizer- delicious!!!UPDATE - for people who think this has a bad aftertaste, try using ALUMINUM-FREE BAKING POWDER (Rumsford brand is good). The aluminum in most baking powders probably would leave an aftertaste with 4.5 teaspoons!
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What a great recipe! And to think, people pay around $6 for the pre-made beer bread mix. I...