Can You Really Make Drinkable Beer From Concentrate?

If you’ve ever tasted a Miller Lite, you know it takes a lot of water to make beer. That water is heavy—8 pounds per gallon. Which means that there’s a huge monetary and environmental expense in transporting and distributing kegs and cases around the world. But in 2008 Pat Tatera of Pat’s Backcountry Beverages in Golden, Colorado, came up with a solution: Add the water after you ship the beer.

Can You Re ally Make Drinkable Beer From Concentrate?

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