A few weeks ago at the county fair I went past a booth from "Tastefully Simple (tastefullysimple.com)" and sampled a bunch of their items. They make things like bread mixes and cheeseball mixes, and stuff to have fancy parties with. It's all really good, but also really expensive. Well I ended up emailing the lady last week and buying one box of the "Bountiful Beer Bread" for $4.99 (plus tax). It makes one loaf, and all you have to do is add a 12oz bottle of beer, and you can put melted butter on top before you put it in the oven. It is INSANELY good. And, as a bonus I found the recipe online so I don't have to buy anymore mixes (although I'm sure the tastefully simple people won't be happy with that). It's just self-rising flour, sugar, and liquid of your choice. There are millions of variations!!! Here are the pics from the mix, and I will post the copycat recipe when I try it, after I buy some of that flour.
*I used Busch beer because it was the only thing I could find that wasn't a light beer... I don't know what kind of beer would be the best.
Bountiful Beer Bread