Our Crumpet Beer is back and butter than ever!

That's right, our sell-out limited-edition beer made in partnership with Toast Ale is back by popular demand and now brewed with an un-beer-lievable new recipe. Our original launch brew sold out in just five days earlier this year.

The tasty beverage has an alcohol content of 2.8%, and, as before, cleverly transforms surplus crumpets into a refreshingly cold brew. Available from today, the Table Beer brewed by Toast Ale, uses our crumpets that didn’t quite make the cut but are the perfect ingredient for producing a dough-lightful beer.

Don’t expect any holey crumpets bobbing in the brew - Toast Ale replaces some of the malted barley in the beer with crumpets, extracting starches and sugars and breaking them down into fermentable sugars - meaning the crumpet does more than just flavour the beer. It really does bring new meaning to the phrase responsible drinking.

Whether you missed out the first time or can’t wait to get your hands on the latest beer, don’t waste any time, because you can purchase Warburtons X Toast Ale Crumpet Table Beer on the Toast Ale website
 for £28 for 12x 300ml bottles available whilst stocks last.

Darren Littler, Innovation Director at Warburtons, says: 

We’re thrilled to announce the return of a brew made with crumpets, following the overwhelming response in February this year. We’re so happy to be able to use an innovative way of utilising our ‘wonky’ products whilst celebrating the nation’s love of crumpets in a whole new way!


Louisa Ziane, Chief Operating Officer at Toast Ale comments: 

We had such an amazing response when we first launched our crumpet beer, so we couldn’t be more excited to be back with a new crumpet brew. Our mission remains to brew beer that is planet-saving and palate-pleasing, and this brew does just that. As a British staple, they bring something hole-y different than our bread brewed beer, with a unique taste. We hope everyone loves this new Crumpet Beer as much as we’ve loved brewing and tasting it!

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