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Bread and Learning with The College School

We recently had a visit from the incredible and inspiring students at The College School, a local elementary school that works to inspire children to want to learn – not just in school, but throughout their lifetimes. Students from The College School visited our South City baking factory to experience first hand that great bread is a result of chemistry + math + art + love. Check out the video below.
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Sauce Magazine Bread Issue

Sauce MagazineWe’re really excited about Sauce Magazine‘s November issue, because it’s all about bread! St. Louis’ independent culinary authority is telling its readers everything they need to know about our passion: where the best ethnic bakeries in St. Louis are, what to do with left over bread, and how to become a better baker. Companion’s Josh Allen can be found throughout the bread-centric edition, including on senior staff writer Ligaya Figueras’ short list of the best baguettes, a guide to baking (you’ll find our recipe for peasant bread!), and even on the cover. Pick up your copy of Sauce Magazine (or read it here) and dig in!
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Craft Beer Festival

The Midwest has always been a beer capital as the home to mega-brewers, but the region has certainly experienced an explosion of smaller breweries as of late. While we may not be in the beer making business per se, our Bavarian Pretzel with its fresh, high quality ingredients and great taste has quickly become the popular accompaniment. Join Companion and a host of craft breweries on Saturday, September 22nd at The Family Arena’s first annual Craft Beer Festival. This one day only event will include beer from favorite breweries like Boulevard Brewing Co., O’Fallon Brewery, Shock Top Brewery, Goose Island Brewing and more. The event is broken into two sessions (11:30 am – 3:30 pm and 5 – 9 pm) with tickets at $30. Must be 21+ to attend (even designated drivers). Click here for tickets. Cheers!
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