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Part 1 of 2: TOP 4 Sustainable Breweries in Celebration of American Craft Beer Week

Part 1 of 2: TOP 4 Sustainable Breweries in Celebration of American Craft Beer Week

Posted on 16. May, 2011 by .

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For the beer industry, “Reduce, Re-use, Recycle” isn’t just a convenient mantra or well-rehearsed platitude, it’s gospel. Many breweries are finding creative ways to reduce energy and raw material inputs, re-use water, and recycle waste outputs. Breweries are leaving no stone unturned, no avenue unexplored, to make their systems and processes more sustainable. There’s a synergy between profitability and sustainability – a good beer is an environmentally and socially conscious beer. So, as you knock back a few in celebration of American Craft Beer Week, you can drink knowing your suds are more than satisfying, they’re sustainable.

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Efficiency and Conservation: An Eco-Enthusiast’s Batman and Robin

Efficiency and Conservation: An Eco-Enthusiast’s Batman and Robin

Posted on 19. Aug, 2009 by .

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately, you’ve probably heard about the detailed report released by McKinsey and Co. espousing the merits of energy efficiency as the cheapest and […]

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