We need to cut carbon emissions to fight climate change and build a better future for everyone

Bold policies from governments and strong action from corporations are crucial to saving the planet. However, never underestimate the power of people who come together in large numbers.

Every individual can help reduce carbon dioxide emissions, especially when politicians and corporations pay attention to their opinions. And every day, more and more people are choosing more sustainable, more climate-friendly products.

Join the sustainable beer revolution!

 
 
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What can you do...

 

As a consumer

Make a difference by choosing our sustainable beer when it becomes available. If sustainable beer is not available in your local market, pub or restaurant – ask for it. 

You can also invest in us, and become an owner of our sustainable brewery and help to cool the planet.

As a craft brewer

Invest in sustainable technology, commit to buying green energy, find partners to circulate your wastes, and study your production to learn how to save energy and water. 

Join us on our mission to make the beer industry climate-friendly and carbon neutral.

 

Worldwide, beer sales are almost 200 billion liters per year

Based on various studies the brewing process alone generates 500 - 1000 grams of carbon dioxide for every liter of beer brewed. This means that the minimum carbon footprint of beer production is at least 100 billion kilograms of CO2 per year.

Add in the emissions generated by the supply chain, transportation and cooling, and the number is 150 - 200 billion kilograms of CO2 per year. To put it in perspective, that’s the equivalent to the CO2 emissions of 35-40 million passenger vehicles driven for a single year.

Carbon dioxide emissions make climate change worse. That doesn't only concern individuals, if the brewing industry doesn’t do something about its emissions, eventually it won’t even have access to the quality hops, barley and water it needs to brew beer.

 
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