Beer Bread: How to Make Spent Grain Bread

When the mash and the boil are finished and your wort is happily mixing with your yeast in the fermentor, what is there to do with the grains left over from the mash? Don’t just throw them away! There is a fun and delicious use for spent grain that is being utilized by homebrewers all over the country, and that is to take your spent grains and make homemade bread with them.

Spent Grains still have nutrients and flavor even after their sugars have been converted for beer. They can easily be used to add character and a personal touch to homemade breads. You can even use them as a complimentary taste for your brew. Just save your grains by freezing them.  Then, just as the beer finishes, you can make the bread with the grains …

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