For Earth Day, New Belgium Brewing Created a Beer With Post-Climate Apocalypse Ingredients

The future is looking... bleak

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In the next 80 years, climate scientists expect the sea level to rise somewhere between a foot or two, meaning that much of Florida and other coastal regions will be under water and clean drinking water will become more difficult to access. The changing climate is also expected exacerbate wildfires, droughts and insect outbreaks, not to mention increasing the risk of pandemics like the one that we hope we’re almost done with.

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