How the Beer Industry is Embracing Sustainability

How the Beer Industry is Embracing Sustainability

How the Beer Industry is Embracing Sustainability

How the Beer Industry is Embracing SustainabilityPhiladelphia, PA - Whether it is wine or beer, brewing is not necessarily a practice that performs well in sustainability. The process requires a lot of water, along with a significant amount of energy and gas spent on fermentation and shipping. There are also the spent grains and hops, along with the byproducts of canning. Requiring around seven barrels of water to make one beer barrel also leaves behind a significant amount of undrinkable water. So what to do with such huge wastes? It is a question the brewing industry is trying to solve earnestly.


Crooked Eye Brewery in Hatboro, PA

Crooked Eye Brewery in Hatboro, PA

Photo: Crooked Eye Brewery in Hatboro, PA

Philadelphia, PACrooked Eye Beer - Crooked Eye Brewery was started as a 5-gallon hobby system in owner Jeff Mulherin's kitchen. The process was so enjoyable that Mulherin soon realized other people would want to sample his beer. As his brewing knowledge grew, he started experimenting with recipes and brewed more. The first production was in June 2013, and the brewery received its license in February 2014.


Visiting East Branch Brewing Company in Pennsylvania

Visiting East Branch Brewing Company in Pennsylvania

Visiting East Branch Brewing Company in Pennsylvania

East Branch BrewingPhiladelphia, PA - Visiting East Branch Brewing Company is a small brewery located in Downingtown that has gained popularity among beer enthusiasts and locals. The founders were high school friends looking to create something unique and special. And their brews are made using quality ingredients and have clean, fresh flavors.


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