Baking with beer: more muffins and a loaf of bread

A couple weeks ago, I shared a recipe for making muffins with beer. These were so good, I decided to try again.
Stormy Seas Stout Muffins
This time I used my Stormy Seas Stout. The muffins were definitely darker than those made with the O’Darn Irish Red! But still tasty. And incredibly easy!

So, I decided to try out an almost too easy beer bread recipe that my friend Renee pointed to on the Farmgirl Fare blog.


Almost Too Easy Bread made with beer from Pitman BrewingThis bread is, as we say in Maine, “wicked” easy!

Here’s the loaf I made with my hoppy Fruit of Eden beer. This tasted amazingly good. Especially with a ham and cheese sandwich!!

Fruit of Eden: Hoppyness in the adventures of Pitman Brewing

Fruit of Eden
This is my latest ale. A tribute to my enjoyment of hops.

This is a great beer. (It’s called Tongue Splitter from NortherBrewer.)

This is hoppy and fruity. Sort of citrus-y. In a really yummy.

And only 3% ABV. So you can enjoy more. ๐Ÿ™‚