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Sourdough Beer Bread TASTING (organic and made with brewery barley grains in Toronto)

The Spent Goods Company

Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM (EST)

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If you love sourdough, you gotta try how beer grains add a complex flavour profile
The crust is chewy, and the inside is light and moist. The best sourdough bread I've had in years - Try it out. You won't be disappointed.
Here's a new way to make bread AND reduce climate change (by diverting brewery barley grains from landfill)
Now you can eat your beer! Free samples!!


Flour: Locally sourced certified organic whole wheat and spent barley grains

  • Made using a wet dough and long slow natural fermentation over 3 days to increase nutritional value, flavour, and digestibility.
  • Organic + Local: Sourced locally using traditional stone milling techniques to preserve the integrity and unique character of the grain.
  • 100% Vegan (e.g., no eggs, no dairy) and no preservatives
  • No commercial yeast – made with our own sourdough starter

Spent Grain Bread that’s also good for you - it's nutritious, healthier for you and the planet.

This is a project by The Spent Goods Company who learned about how 6 Billion pounds worth of spent grains ends up in the landfill (US) every year.

That's the equivalent of being able to feed every person a loaf of bread every week for almost 1 year.

While larger breweries divert their grains as animal feed, urban craft breweries produce too little in comparison to financially justify pickup or deliveries to nearby farmers.

With craft breweries growing 25% every year in Ontario, The Spent Goods Company is working with forward-thinking businesses to find a win-win situation for all.

So we diverted spent barley grains from landfill and made a delicious, organic sourdough bread instead.

It's Healthy for you!

Barley Grains are:

Good for your Health – Considered one of the healthiest whole food grains.

Studies show it’s protective against Breast Cancer, Type 2 Diabetes, Gallstones, Heart failure and lowers cholesterol

Good Nutrition – Double the fiber and protein; Less gluten (but NOT gluten-free) and low glycemic compared to white flour bread.

Good for the Planet – You have directly reduced greenhouse gases by diverting leftover grains that typically end up in the landfill.

See you there!
Have questions about Sourdough Beer Bread TASTING (organic and made with brewery barley grains in Toronto)? Contact The Spent Goods Company

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Kensington Market - 4 LIFE NATURAL FOODS
210 Augusta Avenue
Toronto, ON M5T 2L6

Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM (EST)

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The Spent Goods Company

The Spent Goods Company transforms food by-products created during the production of beer (normally disposed as food waste) into value.

Sold under the Spent Goods brand, we work with local breweries and bakeries to manufacturer products such as beer from surplus bread (Bread->Beer called Sourdough IPA) and take spent brewery grains to make organic sourdough bread (Beer->Bread which is considered by BlogTO as the latest bread craze as of August 2018).

Our theory of change is that these types of solutions empower end consumers to vote with their wallet.

Partner breweries and bakers work with us to find climate change-friendly solutions, explore ways to differentiate themselves in competitive markets and generate revenue from new sources by private labelling the products we manufacture (e.g., bread made from spent grains on brewery’s menu).

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