Wastewater and Beer Make a Fine Pairing
San Diego is aiming to to become the most environmentally sustainable city in the United States. As part of its ambitious Climate Action Plan, last year the city council unanimously approved a $3 billion initiative to recycle wastewater for drinking. Now the city is demonstrating that the pure water program can be used for just about anything, even a cold beer, by partnering with Encinitas-based craft beer maker Stone Brewery to unveil Stone Full Circle Pale Ale -- a beer made with 100 percent recycled wastewater from the city's pure water program. "Just a great example of what this is gonna be[...]
Wed 22 Mar 17 from Discover Magazine
Last year, conservation-minded Belgians brewed up beer using water that had been, well… previously used and donated by music festival visitors. Now a crafty California brewery has followed ...
Mon 27 Mar 17 from Geek.com
The brewery's "Full Circle" ale is made from recycled wastewater.
Wed 22 Mar 17 from Livescience
The late-night comics take a look at the science behind recycling sewage water into beer and sending a human to Mars.
Wed 22 Mar 17 from USA today
Stone Brewing, a brewer headquartered in Southern California, has successfully tested a beer using treated sewage water. Customers said it was 'outstanding.'
Mon 20 Mar 17 from Daily Mail
San Diego is aiming to to become the most environmentally sustainable city in the United States. As part of its ambitious Climate Action Plan, last year the city council unanimously approved ...
Mon 20 Mar 17 from Inhabitat
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