Baker uses his loaf to celebrate beer

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An award-winning baker has a created beer-flavoured bread to mark a local festival. Peter Wright, from the Cake Shop Brewery, in Woodbridge,...

An award-winning baker has a created beer-flavoured bread to mark a local festival.

Peter Wright, from the Cake Shop Brewery, in Woodbridge, Suffolk, used beer and brewer's yeast to make the Greene King IPA loaf.

The bread has baked for the Real Food and Beer Festival which is due to be held at the Bury St Edmunds brewery on May 15 and 16.

Peter said: "Using beer and brewer's yeast gives the bread a unique taste and texture, and the IPA bread goes brilliantly with meats and pâtés.

"My son has a passion for speciality breads using local products while my daughter makes great cakes, and we are all looking forward taking part in the festival."

The event will see more than 30 producers of the best food and drink in East Anglia sampling and selling their products.

Other producers include Apsalls Cyder and The English Whisky Company.

Related topics: Beer

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