Frozen bread can be kept for up to 6 months and if stored properly will maintain a high level of freshness. Either store as a whole loaf or in slices, first wrap tightly in plastic wrap then wrap in a layer of aluminum foil or freezer paper. The plastic layer will act as protection from cold air while the foil insulates the bread to stop freezer burn.
To serve the bread after freezing, allow it to thaw wrapped at room temperature then place in an oven at high heat to develop a crust again. A loaf prepared in a bread proofing basket will ensure the defined shape is maintained. Slices of frozen bread can be toasted for immediate results otherwise refresh the loaf in the oven to bring back the fresh flavors and texture of the original loaf.