Toast Pale Ale

Every day bakers across the globe make fresh bread for hungry consumers, but sadly, around 44% of that ends up getting thrown away. Toast Pale Ale is the beginning of an attempt to end that waste, so if drinking beer for a good cause is your thing, you might be interested. Brewed by Hambleton Ales in Yorkshire, UK the beer gives new life to discarded bread by adding it to a simple recipe that also includes malted barley, hops, and yeast. In the UK, you can buy between 6 and 24 bottles for the same price, and all profits go directly to an environmental charity dedicated to ending food waste.

  • Ayinger Bavarian Pilsner Beer

    Founded in 1878 and still owned and operated by the founding family, Ayinger Brewery has a global reputation for quality brewing. Ayinger Bavarian Pilsner has been brewed for years in Germany and is making its way to the U.S. for the first time. Available just in time for spring, it's brewed using the best quality German barley, along with noble hops from Hallertau. The final product is a clear, crisp, golden color with incredible balance and a bitter finish that dissipates quickly. Faithful to the style first brewed by a Bavarian master brewer in the town of Pilsen, this new arrival is guaranteed to be a big hit with pilsner fans from coast to coast.

  • Budweiser Prohibition Brew

    While most aren't nostalgic about the days of Prohibition, some good things came from the era when booze was restricted. Budweiser Prohibition Brew allows you the chance to enjoy the taste of Bud, whenever and wherever you want, but with 0% alcohol. It's crafted using the same ingredients you'd find in Budweiser; yeast, hops, filtered water, and the distinctive beechwood aging process. So if it's all about taste, and Bud is your beer of choice, look for this non-alcoholic version — which is set to launch in Canada first — very soon on store shelves.

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