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At first glance, Penicillin is like any other upscale bar: dimly lit with plush green velvet benches around low tables, guests sipping on cocktails and snacking on bowls of salty chips, with sultry jazz humming in the background.
But there are a few not-so-conventional parts of this bar, too. Its white, tile-clad entrance doubles as a “laboratory” where its mixologists experiment with new flavors, and at the back, a “fermentation room” houses jars of home-brews.
It’s all part of a broader concept — from drinks to furniture — built around reducing waste and minimizing carbon emissions.