Pour, Stir, and Bake…Nashville’s Soberdough

Tonight, I am going to make some Honey Bread by the Nashville outfit known as Soberdough.   I have used this before, so trust me when I say that it is the easiest bread I have ever made.  All you need is a sack of Soberdough’s dry ingredients, plus one bottle of beer and a little butter to brush on top.  As the directions say, you simply pour, stir, and bake. The yeast in the beer provides the leavening for this quick bread.  Soberdough comes in a small variety of flavors.

Since this is a Tennessee blog, you know that the beer I am using is a local brew.  I have carefully chosen (Ok, I admit that I just grabbed it in a hurry) an English style ale from Brookstone Brewery, which I hope won’t impart too strong a flavor.  Next time, i may go for something lighter.

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