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Sustainable Brewery Feeds Fish Farm With Leftover Grain And Water

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When breweries and wine vineyards find sustainable solutions, they can often find an alternative way to generate revenue. An Australian winery is able to generate energy for electric vehicles while customers drink their product. Now a brewery in Westfield, New York, uses excess grain and water to feed fish on their property.

Five & 20 Craft Spirits and Brewing has teamed up with a local fish farming startup called TimberFish Technologies to provide a unique way to produce seafood. They’ll be farming with a 70-foot long tank that features multiple sections with water, harvested wood chips, and used grain. This is the startup’s first commercial product in the wild, which first broke ground last August.