Originally Posted by underwearer
meh like wine, I prefer to cook with a beer I like to drink...Im a homebrewer so I usually have 10-30 gallons of beer in my house, 1 pint I won't miss.
Funny I got another quick beer bread this year but this ones in a flower pot haha Mom gifts
As I said, its not just that I think you should save the better beer for drinking, but I actually think it can come off worse when you use something better. You already have other ingredients, maybe it is better to use the beer option that is closest to water
Originally Posted by Kris
Some relatively cheap, malty, not-hoppy, on the darker side. Like brown ales, stouts, porters, etc.
I think that might be the key. These days it seems like so many "nicer" beers are all about the hops content. I don't want bitter bread...