In the News
In The News: A Swedish Beer With Sewage Water?June 1, 2018
Brewers often are quick to highlight the ingredients in their libations. One Swedish collaboration is turning heads, not because of the organic malt or hops, but because one of their main ingredients is recycled waste water.
Lonely Planet shared that Nya Carnegiebryggeriet brewery, Carlsberg and the Swedish Environmental Research Institute (IVL) have launched PU:REST, a 4.8 percent pilsner.
Also in the news…
Prince Carl Philip goes public
Are you a fan of Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip? You now can follow him on Instagram. Town and Country revealed that the prince quietly made his Instagram account public earlier this month.
Orchestra responds to hate mail
According to Mashable, the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra got a piece of homophobic hate mail. It decided to use the letter to create a cantata that it will perform in June.
Lollapalooza coming to Stockholm in 2019
The music festival Lollapalooza is expanding and will be taking place in Stockholm in 2019. Forbes reported that Stockholm will be the third European addition.
Get well Simone Giertz, get lost Brian
While not necessarily in the news, we send our warmest wishes to Simone Giertz, the self-proclaimed “Queen of Shitty Robots.” Giertz is recovering from surgery to remove a tumor she named Brian. Brian, take a hike, we need more robots. Get well Simone!