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If you're a lover of beer and a proponent of the environment, this may be your drink! The Doctors try out a beer that is brewed using recycled wastewater!
It can take a lot of water, up to 20 gallons, to make just one pint of beer! One company had this unique solution to use recycled wastewater. ER physician Dr. Travis Stork asks the audience if they would sip this beer and the majority say "No!"
Before you are quick to discount it, the beer is apparently filtered through a microbiological and ultrafiltration membrane, they use reverse osmosis, and they also expose it to ultraviolet light to kill bacteria.
Dr. Travis says it smells good and The Doctors give it a taste... they approve!