Brewer's spent grain

Definition and benefits
Spent grain is the residue from brewing beer and is mainly composed of barley and cereals. This beer by-product is packed with minerals, fibers, and vitamins which are all the essentials that your scalp needs. In addition, it contains antibacterial properties and nourishes the body for a healthy skin.

Being a growing problem in North America, a microbrewery can produce an average of 70 tons of spent grain per year (we're talking about 14 elephants here!).

Be part of the solution

At Malté, we want to be a solution for brewers looking to get rid of their spent grain. By purchasing Malté products, you are helping to encourage the circular economy of the substance in Quebec!