Undrunk Guinness used to create a bio-gas

Undrunk Guinness used to create a bio-gas

Guinness’s flagship brewery at St James’s Gate in Dublin usually produces 720 million litres a year – the equivalent of 39 pints per second.

But at the start of the coronavirus shutdown, operations had to be scaled back to the bare minimum required to keep yeast stocks alive.

Pubs, bars and restaurants across Ireland and Great Britain had to return their undrunk Guinness to the brew house – but instead of them being thrown away – they are now being used to nurture Christmas and willow trees instead.

Some is also being used to create a bio-gas, which bosses hope could help power the brewery in the future.

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Source / More information : sky.com, Coronavirus: Where does undrunk Guinness go? Here’s a clue: it will still make you feel merry

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