Castle Rock to use treated wastewater for drinking; Aurora has re-used downstream water for years

Eric Seufert, owner and manager of 105 West Brewing Co., poses for a photo at his brewery room Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022, in Castle Rock, Colo. Brewin...

October 23, 2022
3:16 AM

Eric Seufert, owner and manager of 105 West Brewing Co., poses for a photo at his brewery room Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022, in Castle Rock, Colo. Brewing beer, cooking food, and refilling water bottles with recycled wastewater could soon become standard practice in a state that's synonymous with its pristine-tasting snowmelt and mountain springs. (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson) Castle Rock |  When Eric Seufert brewed a test batch of beer in 2017 with water from recycled sewage, he wasn't too concerned about the outcome.

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