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Surrey brewery seeks crumber

Can you help turn surplus Real Bread into beer?

Crumbs! Chris Young / CC-BY-SA 4.0

Crumbs! Chris Young / CC-BY-SA 4.0

Morgan Arnell, owner of Reigate-based Crumbs Brewing, is looking to partner with a local bakery (or someone else who has the kit) to turn surplus Real Bread from Chalk Hills Bakery into crumbs at a commercial-scale – around 70kg a batch.

If you can help, or would like to find out more, please drop Morgan a line:

Crumbs Brewing was founded by Morgan and Elaine Arnell in 2017. They say that, after many years working in the corporate world, they were keen to create something together with a positive message at its heart. They teamed up with local Real Bread bakery owners Chris and Rosie Robinson “to find a new purpose for one lovingly crafted artisan product by creating a new one - beer!”

To date, they estimate they have saved around 23,000 loaves of Real Bread from being wasted.

Published 18 Oct 2021

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