Brewing biogas: Heineken turns beer wasted during lockdown into energy for Manchester brewery

James Murray
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Recycled beer helping to power brewing kettles and canning pasteurisers used to produce new beer, as government announces new green distillery funding

If the world gives you wasted beer, then make new beer. That seems to be the philosophy at Heineken, after the drinks giant today revealed that it has used some of the millions of pints that were wasted...

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