No boil beer brewing saves water and reduces carbon emissions
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Anheuser-Busch InBev announced its new, patented method for brewing beer without boiling temperatures. Based on four years of research, the new method injects heated liquids with carbon dioxide. Rather than bringing the liquids to the temperature required for boiling, the new process works at a number just below. Despite being so close to the boiling point, the new technique reduces carbon dioxide emissions as well as water use. The new process reduces CO2 emissions by five percent. It also reduces water consumption by half a percent, which then also helps to reduce the amount of evaporation produced. The company states the process reduces the amount of evaporated water from five percent to less than one percent.
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