Barrett’s Ridge Olive & Rosemary Beer Bread

Cheese and wine, strawberries and champagne, Sonny and Cher – great things happen when you find the perfect match. Olive and rosemary is a timeless flavour combination, so when it came time to expand the Barrett’s Ridge beer bread range, this particular flavour mix immediately made the cut, so to speak.

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Top your Barrett’s Ridge Olive & Rosemary beer bread with olive tapenade. Not only does it taste like a Tuscan getaway, but it also adds the perfect shade of deep purple to your summer lunch table.

Ingredients

Wheat, Flours, Sugar, Baking Powder & Salt, Herbs and Spices

*Contains gluten
*Suitable for Vegetarians

Baking Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 190˚
  2. Pour entire contents of Barrett’s Ridge Olive and Rosemary into a bowl.
  3. Add 1 x 330 ml beer at room temperature.
  4. Stir until the batter is thoroughly mixed through.
  5. Scrape batter into buttered loaf tin.
  6. For an extra crispy crust, brush your loaf with melted butter before baking.
  7. Bake for approximately 45 minutes.

*Baking times may vary, so keep an eye on your oven.

Serving Suggestion…

Oxtail stew. There’s something oh-so-satisfying about letting a crusty piece of Barret’s Ridge beer bread soak up the moreish lava of oxtail stew.  It’s a match made in heaven, just like olive and rosemary.

Make sure you brush your loaf with melted butter before it goes into the oven. It makes for an extra crispy crust and a crowd begging for seconds.

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Add a little extra…

If we said anything other than olives and feta, it just wouldn’t be right. So go ahead and pop a few pieces of feta into your next olive and rosemary beer bread.

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Which brew is best?

The Barrett’s Ridge bread bakers recommend pairing our Olive and Rosemary bread mix with a lager of your choice. The subtle  olive flavour sits really well with the malt in the lager, while the rosemary breaks the salty combination with a nice herby edge.

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