Tom Herbert , Henry Herbert - The world's first beer bakery opens its doors today (26Oct15) serving up an exclusive range of breads specifically baked to complement beer and its natural ingredients. The Beer Bakery has been crafted in partnership with Tom and Henry Herbert of The Fabulous Baker Brothers to celebrate the unique bond beer and bread share, and is open to the public in Hackney, East London. 'Proving' the nation's love of beer, the bakery opens from midday to late daily until Saturday 31st October with thousands of loaves expected to be sold. A selection of six different breads from sourdough to spelt and barley will be on tap, each inspired by a different beer from the world's leading brewer AB InBev; bringing together the Great British Pub and the rise of Artisan Bakeries. The Beer Bakery will serve: A Spelt and Barley Pineapple Soda Bread packed with chunks of pineapple and a hoppy undertone that matches the flavour profile of Stella Artois. It will pair beautifully with mature cheddar. A Blond Sourdough made with a hint of malt and stone baked for a beautiful crust to bring the classic flavours of Leffe Blond to life. It will make an ideal base for a thick, rustic sandwich. A Spiced Orange and Coriander All Butter Brioche infused with nutmeg and cloves for those with a sweeter tooth, based on the Hoegaarden beer, and served as six mouth-watering glazed buns. A Sea Salt and Lime Encrusted Cornbread, inspired by the fresh flavours of Corona, sprinkled with coarse maze for added crunch (and best served with beautifully hot chilli-con-carne, fresh guacamole, hot salsa and a dollop of sour cream). A Bud Tiger Bread - inspired by the All-American classic Budweiser - created as the perfect base for the classic NY Reuben sandwich. An Apple, Walnut, Barley and Malted Wheat Seeded Loaf perfect for that British staple, 'The Ploughman's sandwich', and a cold glass of Beck's Vier. Tom and Henry of The Fabulous Baker Brothers rose to the challenge, taking more at Hackney - London, United Kingdom - Monday 26th October 2015
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