As part of an editorially independent sponsored partnership with 412 Food Rescue, East End Brewing Company, and Five Points Artisan Bakeshop, we are exploring bread, beer, and Loaf, a forthcoming collaborative project that’s turning one into the other. Previously, we looked at the history of kvass and the process of brewing a bread beer. Today, we premiere our short film about the process of brewing Loaf, a bread beer.
After months of collecting bread and weeks of putting the finishing touches on the brew, Loaf, the bread beer made via a partnership between 412 Food Rescue, East End Brewing Company, and Five Points Artisan Bakeshop, is almost here. Watch our video above to get a peek into the process.
Loaf will result in 200 total shares, and a share, priced at $100 each, comes with four growlers. The proceeds from the production and sale of the beer will support 412 Food Rescue’s mission to reduce food waste while offering a short-term solution to feeding those in need in the Pittsburgh area. Learn more about the program—and purchase your shares—here.