Toast Ale turns discarded bread into delicious beer, hoping to help reduce food waste

Novelty beers are a dime a dozen, but one brand is looking to make their sale pitch reducing food waste across the world. Toast Ale is an eco-friendly beer brand that uses leftover bread to create their own beer. It may sound like an odd recipe, but because the carbs in bread can be broken down into sugar, which then yeast turns into alcohol, it is totally possible.

The brand has saved 7,000 pounds of bread products from ending up in a landfill and 100% of their profits go to Feedback Global, a worldwide food waste charity. The brand is currently running an Indiegogo campaign to work in the U.S. which has earned over $9,000 of its $35,000 goal. The brand is also looking to have their product in South Africa as well.

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Toast Ale

 

Novelty beers are a dime a dozen, but one brand is looking to make their sale pitch reducing food waste across the world. Toast Ale is an eco-friendly beer brand that uses leftover bread to create their own beer. It may sound like an odd recipe, but because the carbs in bread can be broken down into sugar, which then yeast turns into alcohol, it is totally possible.

The brand has saved 7,000 pounds of bread products from ending up in a landfill and 100% of their profits go to Feedback Global, a worldwide food waste charity. The brand is currently running an Indiegogo campaign to work in the U.S. which has earned over $9,000 of its $35,000 goal. The brand is also looking to have their product in South Africa as well.