You can love a beverage, but you shouldn’t make love to it.
Researchers at the University of Ghent have created a device that separates urine into water and fertilizer. Naturally, they want to use the water to make beer. They call it Sewer to Brewer.
It sounds gross, but is perfectly safe and sterile according to 7 Cent Brewery co-founder Doug Bremner. Even though it’s grown in belly button lint, “yeast is yeast.”
Young, old, polite, or bitchy, this beer stand doesn’t turn away customers. On a hot day, it’s hard to beat the price of $0.25 for a glass of nice cold beer. At the same time, the person behind the stand will absolutely not take your bullshit because the beer industry is some serious business. Watch below to see how he handles it.
Containing about as much protein as a sirloin steak, “Barbell Brew” is a beer with an alcohol concentration of 3.6 percent (95 percent more than regular beer), 85 percent fewer carbohydrates, and 33 percent fewer calories than even a light beer. Muscle Food has worked tirelessly to synthesize a drink with these properties that also tastes like a traditional brew. Why worry about protein shakes if you’re a gym-goer when you can sip on this protein beer?
You can purchase the “Barbell Brew” from Muscle Food from their website here.
Featured image by Quinn Dombrowski via Flickr CC.
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