Save the Planet by Drinking Beer, Wastewater Beer

There are more breweries in California than anywhere else in the nation. That's great for beer, but not so great for another cherished liquid in the Golden State: water. Each pint of beer needs five pints of water to be produced. Lenny Mendonca, owner of the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company, thinks he has a solution. He's been experimenting with using recycled wastewater to make beer. Bloomberg Businessweek's Sam Grobart went to taste wastewater beer in this episode of The Spark series. (source: Bloomberg)

Molson Coors' Canadian Business Challenges
15:21 - Big breweries across North America are struggling, as beer drinkers' taste-buds shift to local and craft products. Molson Coors is the oldest brewery in the region, but is no exception to the pressure. Molson Coors Canada President and CEO Fred Landtmeters speaks on "Bloomberg Markets Canada." (Source: Bloomberg)
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