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Why is beer often bottled in green bottles?

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Green glass, like brown glass, helps prevent light from affecting the contents of the bottle. Exposure to light speeds the breakdown of the hop oils and other components of the beer, which can lead to 'skunky' flavors and aromas. Although green bottles aid in this prevention of 'skunk' beer, brown glass is far superior.
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