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Two Sons Bakehouse Opens This Month in Jeffersonville

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Bill Hoag and his sons in front of Two Sons Bakehouse - COURTESY OF BILL HOAG
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  • Bill Hoag and his sons in front of Two Sons Bakehouse

Two Sons Bakehouse will open this month in the former home of Slowfire Bakery: 4008 Route 108 in Jeffersonville. Owner Bill Hoag has been baking with Mansfield Breadworks at Stowe's Harvest Market for the past 15 years; the new venture will add café and retail customers to his strong local wholesale following as he steps out on his own.

In addition to Hoag's sourdough loaves, the wood-fired bakery will offer breakfast sandwiches, pastries, cinnamon rolls, bagels and simple sandwiches. Hoag also bakes burger buns and yeasted breads for his wholesale clients in the Stowe area, including Black Diamond Barbeque, Doc Ponds, von Trapp Brewing Bierhall Restaurant and the Morrisville Food Co-op.

Two Sons Bakehouse will start by offering outdoor seating and takeout. "That's just to protect the people that are working for me and the people that are coming in," Hoag said. "With the wholesale side of things, I can hopefully carry myself until things get better, and whatever retail we get is a bonus."

The original print version of this article was headlined "Crumbs"