BrewDog bio-energy: Drinks firm fires up waste-powered green gas plant

James Murray
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New £12m facility at BrewDog's Scottish headquarters will use brewing waste to produce green gas

No one likes a gassy pint, but a beer made using low carbon green gas has plenty to recommend it. Drinks company BrewDog has today taken a major chunk out of its carbon footprint with the commissioning...

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