Video: How to Make No-Knead Beer Bread - Allrecipes.com

Video: How to Make No-Knead Beer Bread

Watch how to make a simple, rustic beer bread.

 
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There’s no need to knead! In this video, you’ll see how to make a rustic beer bread that requires no kneading. There’s not much technique to master here—and just a handful of ingredients to work with! This video gives you simple tips and tricks for ensuring your loaf comes out just right—a little chewy, a little spongy, with a perfect crust. As you watch, you’ll see how the dough should look at the various stages along the way. See Chef John’s recipe for No-Knead Beer Bread.

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mak20 
Oct. 24, 2013 8:20 am
Ah yes, alitude changes are importaant as I am at 5100 feet above sea level. So a few adjustments will be necessary.
 
Lyn 
Jun. 21, 2013 7:53 am
I tried this bread today and it's come out to hard I follow all recipe and watch this video. Any suggestion why is it become like this? I wanted to try again coz everybody love this bread at home.any suggestion please. Thank u.
 
c y clark 
Nov. 28, 2012 3:39 pm
havn't tried this bread yet,but i am well aware of altitude when baking. i am 3800 above sea level and would also like to make the appropiate changes before i try.
 
amberjoyce23 
Oct. 17, 2012 5:16 pm
PS- I do want to clarify that when it came out well the couple times that it dod, it was awesome! Just wish I could get it to consistently work.
 
amberjoyce23 
Oct. 17, 2012 5:15 pm
Unfortunately, I have tried this recipe exactly as stated many, many times, and only twice has it worked. I thought it was the humidity of Georgia until I moved to Arizona... now I'm wondering if it's the altitude? We are about a mile above sea level, and although I follow every step precisely, my dough simply comes out wet and sticky.... no matter how much flour i add. Any suggestions for maybe the altitude?
 
Mrsteffenopolis 
Oct. 3, 2012 3:36 pm
Made this bread the other day. Too simple, unfortunately the bread wasn't as flavorful as expected. I Was thinking of experimenting more, even trying a stout to see where the color of the bread ends up.
 
nicolesenaevans 
Jul. 20, 2012 3:57 pm
You are so funny, I can't wait to try this recipe and also to check out your website! Thank you...
 
zinastar 
Apr. 24, 2012 10:45 am
Hi, just wondering if I can use bread machine yeast in this recipe..its all I happen to have handy, otherwise I shall go buy some regular yeast.
 
Apr. 19, 2012 1:29 pm
I had watched this video, before I attempted Chef John's pumpkin bread. It was very helpful to know how to blend and what the final results are. The breads are very similar. After trying the pumpkin bread, I plan to try this one to. That one tasted like Panera bread.
 
Example: cupcakes 
Mar. 3, 2012 12:45 pm
The people that say they can't make bread are all just trying to use the yeast they've had around since 1996 and refuse to buy new yeast because "It looks okay to me!"
 
 
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