Air Co. is turning carbon dioxide into bottles of high-quality vodka

The company's innovative process only requires carbon dioxide and water.
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Air Co. Vodka

Air Co. isn't using rye, wheat, or corn to create their vodka, the company has figured out a way to turn carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into vodka without the need of a traditional fermentation process. This allows for vodka that is not only clean and free of impurities but is also incredibly eco-friendly as it eliminates for production methods that require farming or irrigation. The process requires just carbon and water and uses electricity to break apart the carbon dioxide and water and transforms it into ethanol and oxygen. Following a conversion process, a custom-built, 20-plate vodka still distills the ethanol into a 40% alcohol by volume vodka, making for the first carbon-negative vodka in the world.

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