Repurposed Booze

Booze brands are using waste food materials to create their products

Implications - Innovations in the alcohol industry are leading to products that are made using repurposed scrap foods, with everything from beer and wine to hard liquors adopting these sustainable practices. This shift is cost-effective and highly marketable for the brands in question, while appealing to consumers' wish for sustainable consumption that doesn't impact or alter their daily rituals.
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Fruit Waste Gins - The Reliquum London Dry Gin is Made from Leftover Farm Produce
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This Month and Hot 203 Clicks Pub: Oct 17, 18
Fruit Waste Gins
The Reliquum London Dry Gin is Made from Leftover Farm Produce
The amount of food waste that is being created on a worldwide basis has many consumers seeking out products and solutions to help them reduce their impact, which is where the Reliquum London dry gin... [More]
Wine Grape-Infused Water - 'O.Vine' is Infused Spring Water with Healthful Grape Skin Extracts
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This Year and Warm 401 Clicks Pub: Jun 6, 18
Wine Grape-Infused Water
'O.Vine' is Infused Spring Water with Healthful Grape Skin Extracts
Wine Water is a start-up that’s now introducing the world to O.Vine, a uniquely infused spring water product. As its name suggests, the product fuses wine and water, but in a non-alcoholic... [More]
Repurposed Bread Beers - Marks & Spencer and Adnams are Creating Beer from Discarded Bread Crusts
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This Year and Warm 164 Clicks Pub: May 2, 18
Repurposed Bread Beers
Marks & Spencer and Adnams are Creating Beer from Discarded Bread Crusts
British multinational retailer Marks & Spencer and Adnams, a British brewery, have teamed up to launch a unique line of beer called ‘Used Our Loaf’ that makes use of discarded bread... [More]
Tofu-Based Wines - Researchers in Singapore Created 'Sachi' as a Healthy New Kind of Wine
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This Year and Average 242 Clicks Pub: Jan 12, 18
Tofu-Based Wines
Researchers in Singapore Created 'Sachi' as a Healthy New Kind of Wine
Researchers from the National University of Singapore have successfully created a new kind of wine from tofu whey. The wine requires three weeks to be made and results in an alcoholic drink that... [More]
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