August 3, 2006

Drinking Beer is Good for the Planet

Beer in a GlassWe knew it! We knew there was an environmental benefit to the massive quantities of beer we drink, beyond the ability to recycle aluminum and glass!


Enjoy a drink with an environmentally clean conscience - beer bran, a by-product of brewing beer from barley, can be used to clean polluted waters

NOW there is another reason to enjoy that glass of cool beer on a hot summer evening. Beer bran, a by-product of brewing beer from barley, can be used to clean polluted waters.

via New Scientist

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at August 3, 2006 10:18 PM
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