beer Tag

This is a guest post by Dan Kurzrock, co-founder of ReGrained ReGrained is Toast’s soulmate from across the pond, reducing waste from brewing beer by baking goods. We’re tackling food waste at the tap, while Toast are using the tap to tackle food waste. Together we're challenging the status quo: saving the world can be simple, delicious and fun - drink your toast, eat...

This is a guest post by Chris Coles, Founder of Vin2o, a social enterprise which sells wine and dedicates 100% of profit to clean water projects. I’d like you to imagine you are in a shop and you want to buy a beer. You’re in the market for a high quality product, made by people passionate about their craft. On the shelf...

This year’s German Beer Day marks 500 years since Munich’s Duke Wilhelm IV decreed the beer purity law, or Reinheitsgebot. It stipulated that beer could only be made with water, hops and malt. None of the nasty stuff that unscrupulous brewers were adding to their brews at the time. Yeast was allowed later as its importance in the fermentation process...

What comes to mind when you think of bread waste? Depending on your preference, it may be uneaten slices of soft, white pre-packaged bread or it may be crusts of artisan loaves that are too hard even for the toaster (still makes great eggy-bread with a good soak!). It all adds up over a year, and over multiple households...