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World’s largest brewer develops greener way to put bubbles in beer

Gas bubbles will be generated without boiling, which AB InBev says will cut its CO2 emissions
Bottles of beer and cider produced by Belgian-Brazilian group Anheuser-Busch InBev, (Budweiser and Beck's) and British brewer SABMiller (Peroni and Bulmers) are pictured in London, on October 13, 2015. British brewer SABMiller announced Tuesday it had finally agreed a takeover by Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's biggest beer producer -- for about $109 billion. Including debt, the cost of buying SABMiller is around $117 billion (?77 billion, 103 billion euros), making it the world's third biggest takeover after two mega mergers across the telecoms sector. AFP PHOTO/JUSTIN TALLIS / Getty Images

The world’s largest brewer is rolling out what it claims is a greener way to put bubbles in beer at a crucial early stage in its production, and reduce its CO2 emissions by 5%.

The Belgium-based company AB InBev says it has developed a technique to

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