[ Registration for Season 2 is NOW OPEN - Registration opens to the rest of our Voyageurs community on Friday, May 19th at 12:00pm ]
A bread club for the real sourdough enthusiasts
The second season of our sourdough bread club is finally here: The Sourdough Society • Season 2.
Over this 16-week, 8 feature sourdough series, you’ll join a community of sourdough enthusiasts who want to be closer to their food and the people who make it. You’ll get to dive deeper into your knowledge and enjoyment of 8 loaves of bread and gain hands-on experience learning about what makes sourdough truly special.
OVERVIEW: As a Sourdough Society Member, you'll receive...
A mix of 8 sourdough bread and pastry features over a 16-week period. It’s 1 feature every-other week over the course of 16 weeks. You choose your pickup day of Wednesday or Friday for the entire season. (Value: $115)
Exclusive access to the Voyageurs co-Founders in a private Facebook Group.
Invitation to an exclusive MEET THE BAKERS event at the Green Bay Bakehouse. You get 2 tickets to this event, so bring a partner or friend! (Value: $70)
Sourdough starter package so you can learn to make sourdough at home. (Value: $30)
TOTAL VALUE: $215 -- but when purchased as a Society Membership, it's only $129.
DETAILS: Take a closer look at what you get!
1) 8 Loaves of Sourdough selected by the Voyageurs Baking Team
Week 1: Wed June 7 or Fri June 9 • Bread | Ancient Grain
Week 2: Wed June 21 or Fri June 23 • Pastry | Croissant Feature
Week 3: FRIDAY ONLY July 7 • Bread | Focaccia
Week 4: Wed July 19 or Fri July 21 • Pastry | Sourdough Pie / Tart
Week 5: Wed Aug 2 or Fri Aug 4 • Bread | Unique Flavor Combo
Week 6: Wed Aug 16 or Fri Aug 18 • Pastry | Sourdough Brioche feature
Week 7: Wed Aug 30 or Fri Sept 1 • Bread | Old World Bread
Week 8: Wed Sept 13 or Fri Sept 15 • Pastry | Sourdough Cake
2) Exclusive access to the Voyageurs co-Founders
That's us - Ben & Celeste! We'll invite you to the Sourdough Society private Facebook Group. In here you'll get to meet other sourdough enthusiasts, ask us direct questions about your sourdough, and receive exclusive content.
3) Invitation for you and a friend to a private MEET THE BAKERS event at the Green Bay Bakehouse (Value of $70)
In September, you'll be invited to join us for an exclusive event at the Green Bay Bakehouse for Society members only, where you'll get the chance to meet the Voyageurs baking team and learn more about the bread making process.
4) Sourdough Starter Package (Value of $30)
At the Meet The Bakers event, you’ll also get to bring home all the essentials for making your first loaf of Country sourdough (one starter package per membership). This includes a portion of sourdough starter from our mother starter Jude, our signature Country Loaf recipe, and a container of all the grains. At this event we’ll walk you through how to make your loaf, including a demonstration of hand mixing and shaping.
THE "FINER" PRINT:
Can I change my pickup day after I register or half way through?
No. The pickup day you select will remain the same throughout the entirety of the series. If you are out of town or unable to pick up your bread on your selected Wednesday or Friday, please send someone to pick up the loaf on your behalf.
If I don’t like the one of the features, will I be able to choose a different loaf or receive a refund?
The Sourdough Society is for those who are excited to explore the world of sourdough and try new breads. If there’s a loaf that doesn’t suit you, perhaps give it to a neighbor, or reinvent it into a savory bread pudding or egg bake. We will not offer refunds or loaf swaps.
What if I forget to pickup my bread?
If you forget to pick up your bread on a Wednesday or Friday, we'll give you a call and hold it in the Bakehouse for you until the next day. If you do not pick up, or have someone pick up on your behalf, within 2 days, then you'll forfeit that weeks pickup item.
Why is Season 2 more expensive than Season 1?
Season 2 features four sourdough pastry items, along with 4 sourdough breads. Pastry items are generally more expensive than bread due to the ingredients that are used in the making of the products. Pastry is also a more laborious product to produce, which also contributes to the higher price value of each of those 4 products (Ranging between $12 - $23 each).