Wiper and True in Bristol have just completed the install of their carbon dioxide recovery plant, and are now capturing carbon dioxide produced as a byproduct of fermentation, to reuse elsewhere in the brewing process. The unit installed has the capacity to capture up to 70 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year, reducing Wiper and True’s carbon footprint as a business, and their dependence on third-party CO2 suppliers. Wiper and True strongly believe that this technology is the future of sustainable brewing, and are delighted to be at the forefront of testing out these new machines; theirs is the second unit to be successfully installed in England. The first brewery to commission the unit was Gadds’, the Rasmgate Brewery over in Kent. The Wiper and True couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate this massive leap forward in brewing sustainability than brewing a beer with Gadds’ themselves; our collaborative classic best bitter will be out at the end of May.
More details can be found on the Wiper and True website here.
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