Bridport Brewery Celebrate With Some Baking
7:16am 19th September 2012
Palmers Brewery in Bridport is celebrating National Cask Ale Week by sending specially baked bread to its Dorset pubs.
The loaf is mixed with their award winning Tally-Ho brew and will be available in a string of local pubs.
It was first brewed 1949; Tally-Ho makes for a tasty load when combined with some rye and flour from Bridport’s Leakers bakery.
Palmers say the sweet, nutty bread will taste great with a ploughman's lunch.
Jemima Dasent of Leakers said: 'There is a long history of brewers and bakers working together because we both use yeast and we're really delighted to be baking with Palmers' ale. Tally Ho!'s unique malty taste really shines through. '
Cask Ale Week runs from 28 September to 7 October and is organised by Cask Marque to celebrate the rich variety of real ale available in British pubs. All Palmers' pubs are Cask Marque accredited; showing their commitment to selling this unique handcrafted drink in top condition.