Bread Mix Flavors

We offer a variety of mix flavors, from sweet, to spicy, to savory, and everything in between.  There’s something for everyone!  We are always testing out new flavors, so you might see something that’s not on this list.

Year-Round Favorites: These mixes are always available and can be found at the fine establishments who carry our products.

Classic-Our flagship beer bread mix will make a 2 pound loaf of bread with a perfectly moist interior and crunchy crust.  Pairs with any beer, light or dark, hoppy or sweet.  Also pairs well with ginger ale or fruit-flavored sparkling water.

Cinnamon Raisin-Our most popular mix will fill your home with the warm smells of cinnamon and baking bread.  Try pairing this mix with an apple beer or cider, or try with any light to amber colored beer.  Or, try with ginger ale for an extra bite of ginger.


Lemon Poppy Seed-Perfect for the spring and summer season, this bread is packed with lemon flavor and speckled with poppy seeds.  Pairs perfectly with a lemon shandy or any very light beer and with lemon-lime soda.


Zesty Jalapeno-This mix will make a spicy loaf of bread with an approachable heat level.  Try it with a pale ale or any beer lighter in color.  Using lemon-lime soda will tone down the heat.  Great with chili!


Everything Bagel-This mix will make a loaf of bread with all of the flavors of a breakfast favorite.  Pairs with beers lighter to amber in color.  Try it with a smear of cream cheese and smoked salmon!

Roasted Garlic and Herb-Packed with the flavors and smells of an Italian kitchen, this mix combines the sweetness of roasted garlic with the punch of herbs.  Pair this mix with a light, amber, or brown beer and get ready to feel like it’s Sunday Dinner at Nonna’s house!


Beer Brownie-The perfect end to a meal, our brownie mix will make a pan of the darkest, fudgiest, chocolatiest brownies around!  Make this one up with a dark beer or try it with root beer or cream soda.

Spring/Summer Flavors: These mixes scream, “Summer!” and are best paired with the light, blonde, and fruit-flavored beers of summer, especially lemon shandy!


Lemon Blueberry-This mix combines favorite flavors into a moist loaf of bread studded with pops of color.  Pair with a lemon shandy or any light beer or with a lemon-lime soda.  Makes a fantastic French toast!

Fall Flavors: These mixes appear when the weather cools and the distinct beers of fall arrive.

Apple Fritter Bread-Just in time for the apple harvest, this bread will remind you of a fresh doughnut, stuffed with apples and cinnamon and just the right amount of sweetness.  Make this mix with a hard apple cider or apple beer for best results.  Or, try it with ginger ale. Top with cinnamon sugar before baking for a true apple fritter experience!


Pumpkin Pie Spice-The quintessential fall flavor, this mix is packed with the spices of the season: cinnamon, clove and nutmeg.  Make this mix with a pumpkin flavored beer to complete the flavor.  Or, try it with ginger ale for an extra bit of spice!

Winter Flavors: The dark and spiced beers have arrived, and so have our winter mixes! Pair these with your favorite spice beer and you will have a holiday season to remember.


Orange Cranberry– This classic combination will wow your friends and family with the subtle smell of orange and the sweet and tart burst of cranberry flavor. Make this mix with a Belgian or spiced beer, or try it with ginger ale.

What flavors or products would you like to see? Let us know in the comments!

2 thoughts on “Bread Mix Flavors

  1. I bought some of your bread mix at the Hilliard Fest. Can I purchase this locally, as in Hilliard or close to? Really good product.


    1. Hi Martha,
      Thanks for your kind words, and thank you for supporting local businesses at Old Hilliardfest! You can find a full listing of our retail partners on our website at! You can also buy online. The nearest location in Hilliard is MAK Home Furnishings currently on the second floor above Bella Capeldi Salon on Main St. in Old Hilliard, moving soon to its new home right next to Abners!


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