Reports: AB Inbev invents low-carbon beer bubbles

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Reports: AB Inbev invents low-carbon beer bubbles

World's largest brewer claims it can make fizzy beer without needing to boil water and hops

AB InBev, the brewing giant behind leading beer brands such as Stella Artois, Corona, and Budweiser, claims to have developed a new method for brewing beer that keeps the bubbles but cuts the carbon...

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