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ReGrained Beer Granola Bars are Made Using Leftover Brewing Grains

 - Oct 24, 2013
References: regrained & thatsnerdalicious
ReGrained beer grain granola bars let you get the taste of beer without having to actually drink beer. While a lot of foods are infused with the taste of beer, ReGrained actually makes its granola bars using leftover grains from the brewing process. According to the company, only 10 percent of the ingredients used to make beer actually come out as beer. That leaves a lot of leftover grains, and potential granola bars.

Instead of throwing the grains away or using them as fertilizer, ReGrained has turned them into snack bars. The ReGrained beer grain granola bars currently come in two flavors: IPA and chocolate-coffee stout. The bars have the taste of beer but are completely non-alcoholic. The company is currently selling its bars in bulk, with 12 bars going for $22.