Toast Ale

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Why We Support

Toast Ale is on a mission to end food waste by using surplus bread to produce beer. Toast Ale aims to make systemic change to the food system for the benefit of people and the planet, not profit.

Zero Waste
Sustainable Practice
Healthy Living

Our Review

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44% of all bread is never eaten and go to waste. Toast Ale tackles this problem by brewing all beer with surplus fresh bread. Toast  Ale is a certified B Corp and gives their profits to Feedback, an  environmental charity campaigning to end food waste in addition to working  with local food charities. Toast Ale's brewery partner uses wind turbines  and sources barley from local farms. Spent grain is also diverted from  landfill and used as animal fed.

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Last Updated: April 2020

Our Standards

  • 44% of bread is wasted in the UK
  • 33% of fresh bread produced in the USA is never consumed
  • If food waste was represented as a country, it would be the third largest GHG emitter with a carbon footprint of about 3.3 billion tons of CO2 (UNEP)

Did you know?

  • Toast Ale has saved nearly 2 million slices of bread in the UK
  • Toast Ale USA has saved over 140,000 slices of bread
  • 100% of all profits go towards Feedback, an environmental charity campaigning to end food waste

Brand Story

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Toast Ale was founded in London in 2015 by Tristam Stuart to reduce food waste by taking surplus bread and brewing craft beer. Stuart was inspired by a visit to a brewery in Belgium called the Brussels Beer Project, where beer was made from waste bread. Toast Ale has expanded to the USA, launching in NYC using fresh, surplus bread from Bread Alone Bakery.

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