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What is brewer’s yeast?
Brewer’s yeast is an ingredient used in the production of beer and bread. It is made from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a one-celled fungus. Brewer’s yeast has a bitter taste.
Brewer’s yeast is also used as a nutritional supplement. It’s a rich source of chromium, which may help your body maintain normal blood sugar levels. It is also a source of B vitamins.
Brewer’s yeast is considered a probiotic and is used to aid digestion.
What does brewer’s yeast do?
Brewer’s yeast contains small organisms (microflora) that help maintain the proper functioning of the digestive tract. It’s contains nutritional value and is a rich source of:
It is also a great source of B vitamins that provide:
- thiamine (B-1)
- riboflavin (B-2)
- niacin (B-3)
- pantothenic acid (B-5)
- pyridoxine (B-6)
- folic acid (B-9)
- biotin (B-7)
What are the benefits of brewer’s yeast?
The probiotic characteristics of brewer’s yeast may make it an effective way to prevent diarrhea. It has been used to treat other disorders of the digestive tract, including:
- diarrhea caused by antibiotics
- traveler’s diarrhea
- irritable bowel syndrome
- clostridium difficile colitis
- lactose intolerance
- Brewer’s yeast can provide energy and may help maintain healthy skin, hair, eyes, and mouth. It may be effective at supporting the nervous system and enhancing the immune system.
The chromium in brewer’s yeast may help control sugar levels for patients with type 2 diabetes by improving glucose tolerance.
Brewer’s yeast is a source of B vitamins but it does not contain B-12. Inadequate amounts of B-12 can cause anemia, so it’s important to make sure you have sources of B-12 in your diet.
This article has been taken and edited from https://www.healthline.com/health/brewers-yeast
You are advised to verify the information for yourself. Please consult a health specialist if you have any concerns or experience any pains as a result of taking brewers yeast.
Growler Swap has arrived; the first zero-waste drinks delivery service of its kind! All of our beers are now available to order on the Growler Swap website for home delivery or to collect from various locations.
Growler Swap is a drinks service focused on making accessible quality, artisan drinks, freshly made by producers which subscribe to our unfiltered, unfined and unpasteurised philosophy. Growlers are reusable glass vessels which allow consumers to stop buying drinks via single-use containers. The Swap scheme also addresses all the disadvantages found with refill systems. What’s more, Growler Swap has been created right here in Milton Keynes!
We’re proud to say we don’t sell our beers in single-use containers and therefore reduce the high carbon footprint caused by recycling! Invest in yourself and the future with Growler Swap!
All you have to do is Swap your empty for a fresh growler with the drink of your choice! Find out more by visiting www.GrowlerSwap.co.uk
Experienced brewer wanted to oversee day to day brewing operation, recipe development etc. Applicant needs to be experienced, energetic, hard-working, honest, versatile, a great communicator, posses good hygiene standards and have a basic understanding of brew-house engineering.
Must be available to start immediately. Salary between £20,000 and £28,000, depending on experience.
Please send a cover letter stating why you are suitable for the position, attaching your CV with details of previous experience.
Please email your cover letter and CV to info@BucksStar.Beer
20 months after the fire which affected Bucks Star Brewery, the roof on the building has now been replaced and internal works are taking place to have the brewery reopened for the New Year.
The Founder of the brewery, Datis, says the challenges of the past 20 months have not only served to strengthen the character of the business and it’s offering, but have also revealed how supportive members of the community have been during this time, especially those who have bought into the Growler Swap initiative. This initiative is the first of its kind and means two things: zero waste and fresh, local beer. We very much look forward to seeing customers, old and new, in 2018, and to the brewery becoming a hub of great conversations and memories, and perhaps the start of an important zero-waste movement propelled by Growler Swap and great artisan beers.
The New Year will also see the launch of a separate Growler Swap website which will allow customers to place orders online for same day delivery of fresh beer to their home. Please go to our events page to see where you can Swap this month.
We’re so pleased that our head brewer and founder, Datis, is a finalist amongst other leading Entrepreneurs from around the Country at the SME National Awards, being held at Wembly Stadium on 1st December!
Growler Swap, an innovative, eco-friendly scheme, designed to reduce waste and environmental destruction whilst making purer and better quality beers more accessible to discerning drinkers, is what has set our founder apart and secured him as a finalist in the business awards.
Datis will now be judged amongst many other talented business owners from around the Country, the results of which are to be announced next month. Other super-talented contestants battling for the title of Entrepreneur of the Year, are:
Abi Purser, Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel Group
Amanda Murrell, Amanda Murrell Associates Ltd
Angela Steel, Superwellness
Chris Morgan, New Skills Academy
Edward Williams, Elite Swimming Academy
Harjinder Singh, Smarta Healthcare
Nick Thompson, DCSL Software
Paresh Davdra, RationalFX
Peter Smits, Ashbourne Insurance
Pippa Simpson, Atomic Bee Ltd
Robin Williams, Brighter Foods Ltd
Sahaj Kothari, Make in 3D
Tom Warner, Warner Edwards Distillery
More information can be found by visiting: https://www.smenationalbusinessawards.co.uk/finalists-2017
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