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  • Regrained turns old beer into new granola
  • Regrained turns old beer into new granola
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Regrained turns old beer into new granola

When Dan Kurzrock started home-brewing as a student, he was struck by how much waste he was lumped with; throwing out mounds of oatmeal each day seemed outrageous. So he started baking bread, and then cereal bars – which are now hitting the shelves as an ethical way to 'eat beer’.

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