This delicious Guinness bread is very easy to make and makes a great snack or appetizer for dinner parties! The scent of a newly cooked loaf is enticing if you’re a bread fan. However, have you ever tried baking bread laced with beer, particularly Guinness? If not, you’re in for a wonderful surprise! With its rich crumb and golden top, this Guinness bread is a great side dish for any dinner and can be prepared and baked in less than an hour. Easy to prepare and ideal for novices and people with hectic schedules alike.
This bread recipe calls for a bottle of Guinness, which helps with the rising process and adds a faint nutty undertone. We combined the dry and wet materials well by using a mason cash, mixing bowls, which made the process mess-free. Savor this mouthwatering bread with butter and honey, or try it with cheese, smoked salmon, and other foods. Serve it as a starter for your next dinner parties, and enjoy any leftovers as a snack at any time!
20 minutes for preparation; 25 minutes for cooking
- 500g of robust bread flour
- 375ml Guinness
- 7g quick-acting yeast sachet
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 30 grams of melted butter
- Place the yeast, salt, and flour in a large mixing basin. Stir to combine, making a well in the middle of the basin. Slowly add the melted butter and Guinness, stirring to combine and make a rough dough.
- Place the dough mixture onto a surface and knead it until it is smooth and springy, about ten minutes.
- In an airtight container that has been lightly oiled, let the dough rise until it has doubled in size.
- Set the oven’s temperature to 220°C, 390°F, or gas mark 6. After the dough has risen, deflate it and form it.
- Transfer to a baking pan and let rise again for about half an hour.
- Put in the oven for 25 minutes on the center rack when it has been preheated.