Mixed Case – 24 Beer Bottles


Award-winning beer brewed with surplus fresh bread.

All profits go to the charity Feedback who share our mission to end food waste.

Enjoy a selection of Toast Ale’s core range and collaboration beers with game changing breweries. Here’s to collaboration. The box contains:

4 x 28 Days Rye IPA: Toast Ale x Tap Social Movement
4 x Flour Power Pale Ale: Toast Ale x Stroud Brewery
4 x Bread Pudding Amber Ale: Toast Ale x Wiper & True
4 x Toast Ale – Pale Ale
4 x Toast Ale – Craft Lager
2 x Toast Ale – Session IPA
2 x Toast Ale – American Pale Ale


Available Varieties:

Craft Lager: Much Kneaded is a crisp, refreshing pilsner style craft Lager with delicate hops character (5%).

Pale Ale: Crafted from fresh surplus bread, malted grain and the finest Centennial and Cascade hops. Delivering passionfruit and citrus aromas with a refreshing finish (5%).

IPA: A punchier version of the Pale Ale with higher bitterness and more intense hop aroma. It’s moderate alcohol versus other IPAs in the market so our drinkers can enjoy as a session beer (4.5%).

American Pale Ale: Crafted from fresh surplus bread, malted grain and the finest Centennial and Cascade hops. Delivering passionfruit and citrus aromas with a refreshing finish (4.8%).

Bread Pudding: An amber ale brewed in collaboration with Wiper & True (6.9%).

28 Days: Style: Dark aged rye IPA brewed by Tap Social Movement, in collaboration with the Oxford Food Bank (5%).

Flour Power: An organic pale ale brewed by Stroud Brewery in collaboration with Friends of the Earth (4.1%).

About Toast Ale

Toast Ale is on a mission to prove that the alternative to food waste is delicious & pint sized. They brew award- winning beer with fresh surplus bread to replace 1/3 of the malted barley. They source bread from bakeries and sandwich makers and brew with Wold Top Brewery in Yorkshire, one of the UK’s most sustainable breweries. All profits go to their partner charity Feedback to end food waste, making Toast the best thing since, well, you know …

In the UK, bread is top of the list of our most wasted household food items.  We waste almost 900,000 tonnes of bread every year – around 24 million slices every day. In terms of calories, that’s enough to lift over 26 million people out of hunger.

World Top Brewery use traditional methods and recipes to brew ales with character. The character reflects the fact that the pure, chalk filtered water travels only metres from a borehole to the brewery, that the barley is exclusively Wolds grown and malted by family maltsters and that selected British grown hops impart a distinctive flavour. Crops are surrounded with two metre margins to maintain wildlife biodiversity and maintain 35 acres of species rich chalk grassland that is home to varied flora and fauna. Two wind turbines power the brewery and the farm, hops are recycled as garden mulch, spent grains are collected by a local farmer to feed his cows and reed beds filter waste water. 

Additional information


Craft Lager, Pale Ale, Session IPA, American Pale Ale


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Toast was founded in 2015 by Toastmaster Tristram Stuart. He’s an award-winning author and campaigner on the environmental and social impacts of food production. He also set up the charity Feedback, which aims to put a stop to food waste.

Tristram met the guys behind the Brussels Beer Project. Their bread-based Babylone inspired him to create a delicious beer that could tackle bread waste at an industrial level, whilst raising awareness of food waste globally and raising funds for Feedback.

They brewed our first batch in Hackney, London and launched to coincide with being featured on Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty’s Friday Night Feast in January 2016.

Toast Ale have pledged profits will go to the charity Feedback, which aims to halve food waste by 2025. They want their impact to be greater than what they can do alone. So whilst they're directly tackling bread waste by including surplus in our beer, they're enabling Feedback to do much more.

Feedback leads a global movement against food waste, working with governments, businesses and civil society to catalyse change in social attitudes and demonstrate innovative solutions to tackle food waste. Its campaigns include: Feeding the 5000, Gleaning Network, The Pig Idea, Stop Dumping, and the FSE Network.

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