We bought a case of Corona last week in preparation for a get-together. Imagine how surprised I was when I opened the freezer on Sunday and saw 2 Coronas in the ice bin. Thank God they hadn't exploded.
I took them out and let them thaw out. When they were about half-liquid, I opened one. Big mistake. All the liquid beer shot all over the kitchen. The remaining frozen part expanded to fill the bottle, and kept oozing slowly out of the mouth of the bottle.
With the remaining bottle, I was a little more careful, ie. I let it thaw all the way before opening. Took a taste - blech. Flat. Weird.
So I made bread out of it, using Farmgirl's Basic Beer Bread mix, colby-jack cheese that's been in the fridge forever (not a speck of mold or drying, how strange), a ton of black pepper, and a dash of cayenne.
Yum. Not as crusty as I like my homemade bread, but the cheese and pepper flavors really came through. And no (Mom), it doesn't taste like beer.
So try beer bread if you want homemade bread, don't have time for yeast, and have a beer hanging around.