Daily News: Brewery Makes Beer with Bathwater, Miami Brings Us Champagne Machine Gun

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere:

– A Miami nightlife company has invented a “Champagne machine gun” that can spray a stream of sparkling wine, via magnum, at a distance up to 23 feet.

– Morocco has a surprisingly robust wine industry, with 40 million bottles produced annually.

– Amidst the water shortage in California, Half Moon Bay Brewing Company employs water-recycling technology, used previously by NASA, to turn bathwater into IPA.

– From the lighting to the clientele, Louis C.K.’s Horace and Pete provides an accurate depiction of dive bars.

– In southern France, Carianne celebrates its upgraded cru status after ten years of lobbying.

– Finally, the founders of Danish brewery To Øl discuss beer made with oats, native Nordic ingredients and exotic ones, like passion fruit, chili and kaffir lime.

[Photo: Flickr/Quinn Dombrowski]