Would You Do It: Drink Beer Made From Bathwater?
Do you like to tie one one? Are you interested in water conservation Well then my friend I have the beer for you.
Out of California comes beer brewed with greywater. Greywater is the water that a home or business produces that doesn't contain human waste. Water that is used in sinks, showers, baths, clothes washing machines or dish washers. No poop, no problem.
Using a process NASA uses on the International Space Station, that greywater can be cleaned and filtered and made drinkable. The water is indistinguishable from the water it started as.
In October of 32015 Half Moon Bay Brewing Company from south of San Fransisco debuted a version of its Mavericks Tunnel Vision IPA that was brewed with recycled greywater. That beer worked out so well that in a blind taste test judges couldn't tell which beer was made with the recycled water.
The beer is not really available to buy , it was brewed as an experiment. using waste water in commercial production is currently inhibited by state regulations. but, as things change you could soon almost literately bathing in beer.