A Brisbane bakery that closed its doors in 2021 has announced that it now has a new location and is ready to get back into the game.
Riser Bread began in 2020 as a ‘bread subscription’ service, operating not out of one particular location, but attached to several cafes, restaurants, and bars.
Customers were able to order fresh bread from the comfort (and COVID safety!) of their homes, which they could collect on either a Wednesday or Friday based on their preferences.
This model of bread purchasing was a hit, and Riser Bread swiftly became a favourite, with fans eagerly awaiting the announcement of new monthly subscriptions that they could order from.
To the dismay of many eager customers, Riser Bread announced in February this year that they would be taking an indefinite hiatus from the baking world due to a lack of having somewhere to bake out of.
The disappointment of this news has now been lifted. In September, Riser announced on Instagram that a new location had been found, this time one that will be able to host patrons in person.
Riser Bread is now ready to open its doors to the public, in a more fixed venue.
The bakery wrote in an Instagram post they are “looking forward to a very delicious future of bread, pastries, and coffee.”
The bakery, now located in an historic Queenslander in Toowong, Brisbane, had its soft opening on Friday, selling its classic bread, danishes, scrolls, cookies, and a variety of other delicious goodies to eager customers, who were also able to get a coffee at the new venue.