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New beer made from loose molded PIE pods sold at supermarkets

A BREWERY has launched a flavored beer with a molded shell.

Tapestry Brewery used 30kg of cake crumbs to sell early 3,000 cans of Pie-oneer pale beer.

Pie-oneer can be purchased at Morrisons

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Pie-oneer can be purchased at Morrisons

The raw crust provides the starches that break down into sugars that ferment into alcohol for the drink. Bakery chain Pieminister has offered cuts of meat to create a naturally vaguely colored beverage.

Taste notes describe it as a “light and refreshing beer with light tones of golden, crispy pastry”.

Tapestry and Pieminister, both based in Bristol, have partnered with green energy and waste management company GENeco to create a carbon-neutral beer.

Richard McCluskey, of GENeco, said: “Pie-oneer is all about presenting waste as a resource in a fun and creative way while raising awareness about food waste.

“It represents the partnership we believe is needed between businesses and organizations with shared sustainability values ​​to reduce their impact on the environment and help achieve net-zero . climate goal. ”

It comes after we revealed how boss Howard Kinder, 59, saved his Covid-threatened Malton Brewery with a beer containing Yorkshire pudding.

Howard said he’s been trying to use half a pud to make a soft, creamy beer now sold in Morrisons.

“They break down during the brewing process, adding flavor to the bags,” he said.

The flavor notes describe the Pie-oneer pale ale as a 'light and refreshing beer with light tones of golden, crispy pastry'.

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The flavor notes describe the Pie-oneer pale ale as a ‘light and refreshing beer with light tones of golden, crispy pastry’.
The brewery creates the UK’s largest beer keg at over two meters in length

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/17246021/brewery-pie-crusts-supermarket/ New beer made from loose molded PIE pods sold at supermarkets

JACLYN DIAZ

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