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Conserving a Diminishing Resource
The New Brewer: Sustainability Issue

Water

Breweries who have not successfully implemented a water conservation plan can be expected to use upwards of 10 gallons of water to produce 1 gallon of beer.

sustainability

Sustainability 101 and a Success Story: Cashing In on Resource Efficiency!

Discover the most common sustainability best management practices for craft brewers, along with the biggest resource optimization opportunities that your brewery should be cashing in on! Join Kaitlin Urso, small business environmental consultant for the Colorado Department of Public Health …Read More

human-resources

Optimizing CIPs for Water Savings

Cleaning and sanitation within a brewery are critical to good beers; but these activities use a lot of water in the process. Speakers in this session have an incredibly amount of experience and knowledge that you won’t want to miss. …Read More

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Pure Water Brewing Alliance: Water Reuse and Brewing

Over the past four years, beer brewed from reclaimed water has started conversations about the reusable nature of all water. Craft brewers, homebrewers, and wastewater utilities will discuss water reuse in brewing. Read More

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Sustainability on the Farm

We all rely on high quality hops and barley to make our delicious brews, but what goes into growing those crops? What inputs are required to grow essential ingredients? Learn about the hurdles and successes faced by hop and barley …Read More

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