Now there’s a better drunk food than pizza.

A company in San Francisco called Regrained is selling beer granola bars. (Don’t worry, they don’t actually contain alcohol.)

Because only 10 percent of the ingredients used to make beer make it to the final product, Regrained sought out a way to repurpose those leftovers.

With the slogan “Eat Beer,” the company turns the scraps of grain left over from the beer-making process along with ingredients like organic honey, puffed quinoa, chocolate and sea salt into tasty snack bars.

Image: regrained

Image: regrained

The bars are rich in spent grain, which, as explained on the Regrained website, “contains fiber, protein, and as most curious homebrewers inevitably discover, it has a unique texture and flavor,” which makes it “an ideal baking ingredient.”

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The bars are available in two flavors: Chocolate Coffee Stout and Honey Almond IPA.

A 12-pack is priced at $24.99, so consider gifting them to a beer lover or bringing as a snack to a holiday party. The bars will taste much better than the warm 12-pack you picked up on your way over, anyway.

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