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!