What do you spread on beer bread?
As a snack or starter, beer bread goes well with dips and spreads. For a lighter starter, consider a veggie cream or ranch dip, or a red wine cheese spread for a much heavier snack. And with hummus dip, try beer bread rather than pita chips.
What kind of beer is best for beer bread?
Light or dark, alcoholic or non, hoppy or malty—the choice is yours. Just remember that the beer’s flavor will translate to the bread. Some people like to use dark beers, such as a stout, to produce a darker bread with a more pronounced flavor. A blonde ale or pilsner, meanwhile, will lead to a lighter loaf.
What is beer dip made of?
Beer cheese dip is typically made by heating beer with ingredients like garlic, mustard, and Worcestershire sauce in a saucepan until the beer reduces, mixing in cheese and milk, and continuing to cook until the cheese is melted. The resulting mixture is a cheesy spread that can be served warm or cool.