Toast launch lager made with surplus bread
Craft brewer Toast have launched a canned low-alcohol lager made with surplus fresh bread and lemongrass tea.
The Lemongrass Lager is the second beer in their Rise Up series telling the story of the ‘broken food system’ in Britain.
The craft lager is packed with citrus and low in alcohol at 0.5% ABV.
It is brewed with surplus fresh bread, sweet and fruity malts, modern European hops and teapigs’ pure lemongrass tea.
This limited-edition beer is part of a collab series with companies like teapigs.
Toast say: “Food production is the biggest contributor to climate change, but one third of all food is wasted.
“We’re here to change that. We brew our planet-saving beer with surplus fresh bread. All our profits go to charities fixing the food system.”
One of their previous collaborations was with Warburtons to create a Crumpet beer.
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