They call beer "liquid bread," and with good reason. Both solid and liquid forms share many ingredients, the most important of which is yeast, which works to turn sugars into carbon dioxide and alcohol, causing bread to rise and beer to ferment. The biggest difference between the two? In bread, most of the alcohol evaporates during the baking process. Let's take a look at an easy-to-follow beer bread recipe. It should come as no surprise, then, that beer can be used in breadmaking to great effect. Here we'll learn what exactly beer bread is, how it's made, and cap things off with a list of the best beers to use the next time you rise to the occasion of breadmaking.