San Diego officials hope to purify enough recycled water by 2035 to handle one-third of the citys drinking water supply.
Stones chief operating officer, Pat Tiernan, said the purified recycled water is actually better than what the brewery employs now.
This particular water will precisely help us not involve so much better natural water to come in and throw us a more reliable source, Tiernan told San Diego 6. So for us to be able to reuse, thats part of our mantra, thats part of “what were doing”, Tiernan said.
Brewer Steve Gonzalez, who formed Full Circle, admits being skeptical at first but alleges it ceased up being one of his favorites.
Among the pallid ales that Ive stirred ,~ ATAGEND its probably in the top three, he told KGTV, adding that those who booze the brew will get some caramel greenbacks, some tropical fruit greenbacks. Its a very clean-tasting beer.
Hop managers whove tried the treated-sewage suds are agreeably surprised.[ I reputed] that it would have an off flavour or be something different to it its superb, taster Shane Trussell told San Diegos KGTV.
Full Circle is not currently for sale, but Stone Brewing execs are flush with expectation.