A small and fine group of enthusiastic bread bakers from France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, USA and even Thailand followed my invitation
and baked bread with beer
for the 5th anniversary of Bread Baking Day
I know, beer is not everyone’s taste but I strongly recommend to give it a try. Tested recipes you’ll find below. ;-)
Thank you all for the participation and congratulations for BBD’s anniversary.
Next BBD will be hosted by my dear friend Cinzia from Cindystar. She will reveal the theme on August 6 on her blog. You can also find the current theme and host here on the Bread Baking Day announcement post or on the Bread Baking Day Facebook-Page.
And now have a look at the gorgeous creations – I’m sure there is something for everyone.
Beer and mustard rye bread
von Lien, Notitie van Lien
The only bottle of beer left in Lien’s house was a dark brown sweet beer. She flavours her dough with that and with mustard and thyme and gets a perfect loaf. sandwich that goes well with cheese or me
von Connie, my discovery of bread
Singha is a mystical lion and the symbol of the Thai beer Connie uses for her celebration bread. And she has some good thoughts about what is mine and what is yours.
von Barbara, Barbaras Spielwiese
Barbara lives in the region with the highest density of breweries in the world! So she had to join our party and bakes buns with Huppendorfer Bier.
Malt beer knots
von Stefanie, Hefe und mehr
Stefanie uses for her knots Golden Malz, not really a beer but it comes from a local brewery around the corner. The “beer” gives the buns a deep malty taste so they go well with honey, jam or cheese, too.
von Judy, Judy’s Gross Eats
Judy baked bread with beer recently, for this party she makes a loaf with rye and regular beer. The end result is a delicious bread, good toasted or made into sandwiches.
Sourdough Beer Bread
von Shelley, C Mom Cook
Shelley doesn’t like to drink beer, but she loves beer in bread and makes a loaf with a great crust, a delicious, airy crumb, and a really nice flavor.