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The Manchester Brewery Helping Reduce Waste Whilst Creating Cracking Craft Beer
With reducing waste a key focus for businesses, Kellogg’s have partnered up with Salford based brewery Seven Bro7hers to not only do just that, but also create a stunning range of three beers!
The range is made with up-cycled cereal that didn’t quite make the cut for Kellogg’s and includes a Stout, an IPA and a Pale Ale, with each being given the perfect name!
First up is the Cast Off Pale Ale created using up-cycled Rice Krispies is a light double dry hopped pale. It’s an easy to drink craft beer that will be enjoyed by the usual Pale Ale fans as well as bridge the gap to lager drinkers who are interested in trying a drink with a few different elements in the flavour profile but without being overly hoppy.
Second up is the Sling It Out Stout, which might just be our favourite name out of the lot. It’s made with Coco Pops, giving it that rich chocolate flavour that has become popular amongst many stouts. We also thought whilst we were still at the Ancoats Beerhouse, why not check it out as well! We loved it. Not usually stout drinkers other that the occasional Guinness, we weren’t sure what to expect but it truly did blow us away. We are now converted!
The third in the range was the first released, a Throwaway IPA, developed by using Cornflakes. Of course, whilst we were at the Beerhouse we couldn’t leave without having all three, so we had a pint and it was potentially our favourite out of the lot. With strong hoppy notes and amber in colour, it has a slight sweet tinge which makes it very easy to drink. Packed full of flavour, it’s a must for anyone who is a fan of an IPA!
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