Lisa Prevost of Energy News Network reports on Great Sail, a brewery in Rhode Island that is putting its emissions back into beer.
- CO2 is captured during the brewing process when yeast breaks down the malt sugar and converts it to alcohol and CO2.
- The CO2 is then captured through a piping system, converted to liquid, and stored to be used for carbonating and packaging the beer.
- As these carbon capture systems are introduced in breweries across the nation, grabbing a beer will soon become a carbon-neutral activity.
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