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Bread & Beer

Sunday, November 17th, 2019

£125.00

Unique to One Mile Bakery Hale, Bread & Beer explores and celebrates the long-standing relationship between brewers and bakers. 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. Bread and beer are both fantastic in their own rights, but they make a really sensational pairing in this fun, hands-on class. Class runs 10.30am-4pm.

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"ONE MILE BAKERY HALE – BEST THING SINCE SLICED…WELL, YOU KNOW." I’ve done a cookery class only once before. We all awkwardly stood round in a steel compound (industrial kitchen), nobody speaking, everybody giving each other’s pizza topping choices side-eye, followed by the most awkward lunch in living history as 20 of us ate our ‘masterpieces’ in silence. The One Mile Bakery class I attended felt less lesson and more ‘get together and lunch with friends’. The classes are held at the also very lovely home of Matt Townley, and right from the off I was made to feel less student, more friend invited over for lunch and a spot of baking. Matt has a very natural ease about him, supporting and encouraging his company that all are bakers in the making and it’s all about following your instincts. I also wish to point out that if you’re lucky enough to get on Matt’s delivery route, all packaging is 100% plastic free – delivery bags, soup containers and garnish pots are not only totally recyclable but 100% compostable too.
Laura Hudspeth
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We had the pleasure of welcoming Kelly Bishop from Manchester Confidential, who was eager to learn how to make delicious French baked goods.     Suffice to say she left with a delicious bag of great bread, and has been inspired to continue at home! Have a read of her full review here.

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  Lots of people who come to my classes (in particular my Bread and Beer class) ask about the beer that they taste at lunch. How do you do it? Is it easy? I love the fact that people are becoming more discernible in their beer-drinking. Gone are the days of being forced to drink
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Tuesday 12th November

The One Mile Bakery – Hale – 12 November 2019 21:10

We can’t wait for this Sunday’s bread and beer class – here is a great pic from one of our previous classes: three different breads, with ale, spent grain and an authentic sourdough barm bread, with lunch and beer included. This class had a group of brothers who had such a great day! . .
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