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Expert bread baker Chad Robertson loves bread so much, he even drinks it. The Biere de Tartine made by Linden Street Brewery in Oakland uses Tartine Bakery’s bread starter. “It’s a red lager with tiny bubbles, almost like Champagne bubbles, so it feels creamy on the tongue. It’s lacto-fermented but it’s not supersour,” he says. “It’s kind of toasty, even bready tasting. So it’s complimentary to our foods for obvious reasons.”