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Bruges just built a two-mile-long underground pipeline for beer

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 21, 2016 01:08 AM
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by Julie M. Rodriguez last modified Sep 19, 2016

The Belgian city of Bruges is renowned for its historic architecture and cobbled streets - however the narrow winding roads also make traffic a nightmare. That was a major problem for De Halve Maan brewery, which moves a million gallons of beer each year to their bottling plant outside of town. Now, an underground pipeline will help ease traffic congestion by pumping the beer directly to the facility. The series of bundled pipes can transport up to 1,060 gallons of beer per hour. The owner...






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