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These Beer Brewers are Embracing Sustainability

20 Apr 2022
These Beer Brewers are Embracing Sustainability
Using bamboo straws and toothbrushes are not the only way you can do your part for the environment. Support breweries that produce beer via sustainable methods, such as some of these!

Eagle Bay

This family-owned and operated brewery and restaurant is all about making good beer as naturally as possible. Eagle Bay's beers are completely handcrafted in a solar-powered brewhouse and slow-brewed with only quality and the most essential ingredients such as fresh rainwater, malted barley, speciality yeast and homegrown hops. Yes you have read that right–rainwater! Now you know why craft beer tastes especially good when it rains, it could have been one of the ingredients!

Raining Beer
Image credit: Just Wine App


Hawkers

Recognised as one of Melbourne's largest independent brewery, Hawkers feeds hungry Angus cows with the spent grain from malt in a beer brew. This beer-brewing byproduct is often dumped by many breweries, but instead, it is providing a no-cost nourishment to happy, healthy cows. 🐮

Hawkers-beer
Image credit: Hawkers Beer


Great Divide

Founded in 1994, Great Divide brews some of the globe's most balanced yet assertive and flavourful beers. Hailing from Denver, the brewery has established itself as a community recycling center for small manufacturing businesses in the neighbourhood. They are now registered as an official recycler in the state of Colorado.

Image credit: youngs_adventures

We're very proud of these breweries who continue to find ways to save the planet, one beer at a time. Sometimes it just comes down to the simplest things that we can do which will have a massive impact on the environment. Which is why, to celebrate Earth Day 2022, we now collect back Pak Tech–those plastic beer can holders to keep your beers together. Just pass it along to our drivers during a delivery, and we'll reuse them to pack more beers (all sanitised of course!).