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What usually happens to brewers’ “spent” grain?

What usually happens to brewers’ “spent” grain?

by Dan Kurzrock June 13, 2017 This is a valid question. And we find ourselves answering it a lot. It’s a polite way of asking if ReGrained is a solution in search of a problem. TLDR; We’re not. Historically: The supply of this brewer’s byproduct has been in balance with agricultural demand… Read more »

4 Uses For Spent Grain

4 Uses For Spent Grain

February 27, 2017 • Alyson Swihart • Behind the Brew • Brewing Beer • Brewing Provisions Brewers are always faced with the question, “What do I do with my spent grain?” If you are anything like us, we hate to throw it away. So, we’ve provided you with some alternatives to keeping that spent grain out of the… Read more »

SPENT GRAIN, HOPS, AND YEAST: THEIR USES IN MAKING SOAP

SPENT GRAIN, HOPS, AND YEAST: THEIR USES IN MAKING SOAP

BY KAYLA | MAY 20, 2014 | EXBEERIMENTS |Well, you might be surprised to hear this but most people don’t think about soap when making beer… Whoa! Mind blown. But in recent days I have given a lot of thought to finding ways to recycle the by-products of the home brewing process in the home. While… Read more »

How to Make Soap from Your Homebrew Leftovers

How to Make Soap from Your Homebrew Leftovers

It’s nearly summer, so we at Noble Brewer would like to take the opportunity to offer you a special summer activity that involves making beer and beer-infused soap! Introduction to making beer and soap More Soap Making Making Bar Soap How to Make Natural Soap with Vegetable Oil and Lye Milk and Honey Soap At… Read more »

Spent Grain Bread Unites Your 2 Favorite Carbs

Spent Grain Bread Unites Your 2 Favorite Carbs

Bakers (and brewers) are taking the concept of beer bread to a whole new levelBY AMY SHERMAN12/1/17 Photo: Chad Robertson Bread and beer are practically cousins, according to pastry chef and culinary instructor Jenni Field. “They contain the same ingredients: water, grain, yeast—and both have a maverick sensibility in the U.S.,”… Read more »