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Review of Bread & Beer Baking Class at OMB Hale

Given that they are two of my great passions, there was always going to be a Bread & Beer class when I launched One Mile Bakery Hale. This unique course celebrates both things, and explores the relationship between the two in a hands-on full-day class.

Dan Doherty, who blogs as Manchester Food Tourist, came along to the first Bread & Beer class and recommended it as one of his food & drink Christmas gift ideas for 2018 – read his review here. 

Come and learn to bake with brewer’s yeast, adding flavours from spent grain from a brew, hops and malt extract. We also make a gorgeous sourdough barm bread (using an authentic beer barm as a sourdough starter), and an ale bread using ale as the liquid and brew-able malted grains. This will be made with malted flour from Walk Mill. My own beer will be served as an option alongside wine with a delicious two-course lunch featuring stunning local, seasonal produce.

To book a Bread & Beer class, or any of the other courses, visit the classes page for dates, information and availability. All classes are reduced from £125 to £99 during January 2019, so this is an excellent time to get baking!

Loved the celeriac soup. Think it’s  the first time Oliver has ever had celeriac and he ate every last spoonful... absolutely delicious. Bread was fab too! 5 stars.
We had it eaten 30 mins after you delivered it, just getting around to telling you now!
Oliver normally had a meal in the car on a Wednesday going from school to the gym and then to his tennis lesson. Now he gets a snack to bide him over till 7.45pm till we get home. He always looks at his snack and says, “ Oh great, it’s soup and bread night”.
Not sure what that says about my cooking but a compliment for you!
Julie C.
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