VIDEO: SaltWater Brewery Creates Edible Six Pack Rings
Thought that cutting the rings open on a 6-pack was enough, unfortunately it’s not. Sea turtles, fish and marine mammals still ingest those plastic beer rings, so SaltWater Brewery invented edible six pack rings. Hopefully other breweries will follow suit.
By Shira Kogut on Feb. 01, 2017
Huge thumbs up to SaltWater Brewery for this fantastic eco-friendly invention!
We hope other breweries will jump on the bandwagon and make safer 6-pack rings for our marine friends.
Read the full article with details on how this was done.
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