Thanks to the King of Beers. Budweiser has given men another excuse for not shaving, and growing a beard. Let's extend this to any beer, or any reason, for growing a beard and saving water. Like growing a beard for locally made
When it comes to the issues that we cover every day on TreeHugger, those relating to food and health have a unique impact on our lives; after all, we all have to eat, every day.
While that creates different challenges and opportunities across different
As an occasional homebrewer myself, I have been known to muse on what brewing beer can teach us about living green, but beer advocate and American University's Director of Sustainability Chris O'Brien is streets ahead of me. Back in 2007, Siel got
A lot of people were excited to read about Magic Hat fueling the brewing process with fuel produced by its own waste, and a reader wrote in to share another brewery that has green merits also worth highlighting: British Columbia-based Driftwood
There's a lot that breweries can do—and are doing—to green their facilities. Some are easy, anyone-can-do-this steps like sending spent grains to local farmers. Others are innovative tricks that no one else has tried before.
Derek Denckla, as part of his FarmCity efforts, is hosting a series of food related events at 61 Local Public House in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. 61 Local is a new establishment, dedicated to locally crafted food and beer. The series is
The USDA has announced after much grassroot support for the change, that organic beer most be brewed with organic hops, according to a story on EcoCentric. One would beg to question why beer, which is traditionally made of just water, hops,
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Dear Pablo: I have heard claims that canned beer is more sustainable than bottled. I find it hard to believe that metal is better then glass. Can this be true?
Is Aluminum Better Then Glass?
Pound for pound aluminum is much
This week, Greenopia released its updated green rankings of the world's 15 largest breweries. Judged on the growing practices of the barley, malt and hops it uses, transportation, production efficiency
In the interest of minimizing e-waste, it is important that potential customers understand the limitations as well as the advantages of new electronic gadgets. And since the Apple iPad is being welcomed with open arms as the go-anywhere
Sitting outside with a cold beer is an iconic moment of the spring and summer. Drinking beer is also, of course, an essential part of many St. Patrick's Day celebrations. For these reasons we present a small collection
Sitting outside with a cold beer is an iconic moment of the spring and summer. Drinking beer is also, of course, an essential part of many St. Patrick's Day celebrations. For these reasons we present a small collection of some of our favorite green beers
We're in a beer renaissance in this country. And, according to Anat Baron, it's a welcomed change from the tasteless watered down beer for which we've come to settle. Microbrews are on the rise and more and more people are choosing to
Don't have plans for saturday night? You do now, with the Zerowasted Bar Crawl going on Saturday, September 19 in the Mission. Join fellow TreeHuggers and beer-lovers alike as you try your wits at their