That said, I suspect there won't be too many guys at the Grammies dressed by my designers -- the Marts of Wal and K.
"It's the circle of life at its finest," Time magazine recently gushed about an Alaska microbrewery's new recycling scheme: using beer to generate electricity, and then using that power to brew more brew.
A new $1.8 million boiler that converts mashed-up, pulpy grain left over from the brewing process into steam used to produce fresh batches of beer was recently installed at the Alaskan Brewing Co. in Juneau.
The new system is expected to cut fuel consumption by as much as 70 percent and save Alaska Brewing Co. $150,000 annually, according to brewery officials.
It's probably only a matter of time until the brewery recognizes the potential of another green power source associated with beer-making and beer consumption:
Installing micro hydro-power units in all the men's rooms where Alaska Brewing Co. products are sold.