(CNN)A boutique London brewery is turning unwanted bread into craft ale with the aim to reduce food waste.
Each bottle of Toast Ale has the equivalent of one slice of bread in it. While you can taste the wheat and caramel notes from the bread, you won’t find croutons bobbing in your brew.
Instead, the makers use leftover bread to replace a third of the malted barley that would otherwise be used for brewing.
Toast Ale sources its bread from sandwich-making factories, which have no use for the end slices of a loaf.