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    BEER and WEED, a new relationship!

    A new relationship, with all the correct buzz-words: sustainability, environment, impact, recycling, carbon emissions, technology, greenhouse gas - - oh my, the list goes on.

    Instead of releasing this greenhouse gas, beer brewers are selling it to pot growers - Jennifer Oldham
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    There has always been a relationship between beer and pot.
    Smoking pot gives you cotton mouth.
    Beer is great for getting rid of cotton mouth.
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    They had better use it quick as CO2, being the second most common greenhouse gas, doesn't hang along very long. The environmental geography and terrain of earth have natural CO2 "scrubs" have evolved over the past 2-3 billion years. In truth, the higher the concentration and at particular levels of the atmosphere the better/healthier CO2 ​can be.
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    As a much younger man I though that the combination of a few beers, then some weed, a few more beers, then some Kraft Mac & Cheese was the perfect evening combination. Throw in some Pink Floyd for ambiance and you've got the makings of a darn nice Friday night! In fact, I think the munchies sated by the mac & cheese began my interest in culinary oh so many years ago!!

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    Instead of using the expended brewery mash as animal feed they can use it as fertilizer.
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