Featured Beverage Online Content

  1. Brewery Pollution Challenges Water Quality

    Wastewater from breweries is creating pollution problems in Lake Champlain.

  2. Bottled Water Contains More Plastics Than Tap Water

    Drinking bottled water may mean guzzling down tiny bits of plastic.

  3. Water Contamination Could Put Beer At Risk

    Dangers to the water supply are not just bad for water utilities. They also pose a risk to another vital resource: beer.

  4. Whiskey Plants Charged With Polluting Tennessee’s Waterways

    Tennessee’s waterways face a surprising threat: Jack Daniels. “As the whiskey industry continues to grow, Tennessee’s two largest distilleries struggled to comply with water quality regulations last year,” USA Today reported.

  5. Denver Breweries Latest To Utilize DPR Water For Craft Beer

    In the latest iteration of a familiar method for getting potable reuse to become more popular, three breweries in Denver will be making their latest batches using recycled water.

  6. This Brewery Sees Value In Treating Its Own Wastewater

    Breweries and other industrial beverage companies face a dilemma: They are major water users, and they also incur major wastewater costs. Some companies are trying to streamline the process by cutting out the middleman and treating their own wastewater.

  7. San Diego Brewers Tout Recycled Wastewater

    Recycled wastewater has a persuasive marketing ally in San Diego: beer brewers.

  8. Winemakers Want To Treat Their Own Wastewater

    California wineries relying on new forms of wastewater technology are hoping treatment innovations will slow the shipment of water away from their businesses and their regions.

  9. New Technology Turns Brewery Waste Into Drinkable Water

    Wastewater seems to be a new frontier for resources around the country.

  10. Bottled Water From Wal-Mart Contained Window Cleaner, Says Customer

    Wal-Mart may be in trouble after a customer reported that he was injured when drinking what he had believed to be store brand water, but contained a chemical similar to window cleaner.