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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Brewery’s Edible 6-Pack Rings Designed To Feed Marine Life Instead Of Killing It

If you’re like me, once a six-pack of soda or beer is gone, leaving behind only plastic rings, you can’t help but be seized by the urge to snip them apart, an urge likely fueled by grade school lessons about what can happen when they find their way to the sea, and marine animals get tangled up in them. One brewery has created edible six-pack rings that are designed to feed aquatic wildlife if they end up in the ocean, and eliminate the need for all that snipping. 


Anonymous said...

Why did this take so long? A simple solution to an enormous problem.

Anonymous said...

If it's good enough to feed marine life, make it good enough for the beer drinker to eat. Onion rings somehow come to mind.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful concept! Hope it
will inspire all brewerys' to do the same

Anonymous said...

Who really buys six packs with those types of can holders anymore? They were common when a case was 4 six packs in a cardboard flat. Most all case come in a box like a 12/18 pack.