How pipeline technology could change the food industry

What if a pipeline transported beer?

It turns out the same technology that moves as much as 3.9 million barrels of oil from Western Canada every day is at the heart of an emerging effort around the globe to rethink how food, drinks and other products are shipped. In Bruges, Belgium, for example, as much as 6,000 litres of beer per hour is pumped through a 3.2-kilometre underground pipeline that stretches from the centuries-old De Halve Maan brewery and restaurant to its new bottling plant outside of town.

To understand more about this topic, check out CBC website: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/pipeline-technology-1.5281589

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