Tor vanilla bridges look like this:
Bridge x.x.x.x:1234 9DD03662B50FEDBF6F8D5630CB86D7E8CE4F4432
It's only the IP/Port and a hash of the key.
Can Bob and Alice do an authenticated Diffie–Hellman key exchange if Bob just knows the hashsum of Alice's key?
Thinking by myself is possible, Bob receives Alice's key and verify the integrity, if a there is a different hash of the key, Bob end the connection and knows that a Man-in-the-middle attack happened; with the right key, Bob can encapsulate a block cipher secret key with Alice's key and send to the, she decrypt the data block and send her key to Bob encrypted with block cipher secret key that Bob send to her, and so an encrypted tunnel is established.
/\ am I right?