Brewer’s Crackers Expands Product Line and Changes the Cracker Game Thanks to Boom in Craft Beer Industry

The number of craft breweries doubled in the last four years, and the spent grain sent to landfills is well over 10 billion pounds annually. Brewer’s Crackers is reducing food waste, using spent grain to make highly nutritious and incredible tasting crackers and flatbreads.

SOMERVILLE, MA & COMMACK, NY, United States - November 4, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Brewer’s Crackers is proud to announce the release of their brand new flatbread crackers. The crackers are longer and crispier than the original line of crackers and are now suitable for those with a vegan lifestyle. The Brewer’s Flatbread Crackers are available in two flavors, “Sea Salt Flatbread Crackers” and the insanely flavorful and delicious “Everything.” The "Everything” flavor consisting of rosemary, garlic and thyme is a tribute to the owners’ father and their childhood, as they spent many weekends at the family-owned bagel store when they were kids.

Both the original and new flatbread crackers are available online at and Brewer’s Crackers are also available in retail locations such as Whole Foods Market, Iavarone Bros, North Shore Farms, Grace’s Marketplace, Gemelli’s Gourmet North, Holiday Farms, Pat’s Marketplace, IGA, Southbound, Babylon Cheese Cellar, Murray’s Cheese as well as numerous locations from New Jersey to Maine. Be on the lookout for Brewer’s Crackers to be featured in your local brewery’s tap room, favorite winery’s tasting room or on a cheese plate at a top-rated restaurant in your hometown.

The original line of crackers is made with spent grain, 100% whole wheat flour, honey, butter and sea salt. They are high in protein (6g per serving) and fiber (4g per serving) and come in four flavors: Sesame Sea Salt, Spicy Peppercorn, Original and Honey Graham (a kid favorite!)

Next time you’re entertaining with a cheese plate, charcuterie board or just relaxing with a glass of wine or beer, don’t forget to grab your new favorite crackers. Brewer’s Crackers are sure to be the hit of cocktail hour!

About Brewer’s Crackers

Brewer's Crackers is a "spent grain" cracker company driven to reducing food waste in the craft
brewing industry.

Spent grains are a valuable by-product from the beer making process. When making beer,
brewers steep super high-quality grains, like barley, in water. They then strain this mixture,
keeping the liquid to make beer and discard the "spent" grains. Turns out, these grains are still
incredibly flavorful and the steeping process actually unlocks valuable nutrients.

We recycle these grains into our crackers and combine them with 100% whole wheat flour. Our
goal is to rise above other cracker companies by providing our customers with an honest,
healthy, sustainable, and delicious product.

Brewer’s Crackers is owned by Commack, NY natives and brothers Kyle and Matthew
Fiasconaro. Kyle founded the company by discovering the discarded spent grains while riding
his bike past Greenport Harbor Brewery on the North Fork of Long Island. Using his culinary
background from the French Culinary Institute and his time working in some of the nation’s top
restaurants such as Blue Hill Farm at Stone Creek, Kyle began playing with recipes until he
discovered what has become Brewer’s Crackers. Matthew has an M.B.A. from Dowling College
and handles the accounting and marketing side of the business. Owners Kyle and Matthew owe
their passion for sustainability and entrepreneurship to their parents, who owned a bagel store
while they were young, and their grandparents, who always had a vegetable garden and would
compost regularly with egg shells, food scraps and coffee grinds to keep the garden healthy.

Contact Info:
Name: Matthew Fiasconaro
Email: Send Email
Organization: Fiasconaro Foods, LLC
Address: 63 Berkeley St., Somerville, MA 02143
Phone: (631) 793-9983

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