Current Issue of The New Brewer Magazine®

The Sustainability Issue

For the March/April 2017 The New Brewer, we present our Sustainability issue. In this issue, we explore the growing number of LEED-certified breweries, ways breweries can learn sustainability from nature, and the unusual collaboration between Avery Brewing Company and the city of Boulder, Colo. In addition, we offer a glimpse of Washington, D.C.’s breweries, brewpubs, and better beer bars for the Craft Brewers Conference preview.

For more resources, visit the Sustainability section of BrewersAssociation.org.

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March/April Features

MAtnb17 LEED

Following the LEED: Brewers Focus on Sustainability

Pursuing LEED certification for its new brewery in Mills River, N.C., was an obvious choice for Sierra Nevada, as it has been for many other craft breweries.

By Cheri Chastain

MAtnb17 Lessons from Nature

Lessons from Nature to Green Your Brewery

Breweries are borrowing ideas from nature to green their breweries from the outside in, including building relationships and buying locally produced ingredients.

By Lea Elliott

MAtnb17 Avery Brewing

An Unlikely Pairing: Avery, City of Boulder Team Up

Avery Brewing Company and the city of Boulder, Colo. are working together to find a solution that is mutually beneficial when it comes to treating, and disposing of, wastewater.

By Chris Douville and Cole Sigmon

MAtnb17 Hop and Barely Growers

Best Practices for Hop and Barley Growers

Consumers expect safe and high quality food, with an increasing focus on sustainable production practices from the field to retail outlet. This applies to hops and barley, too.

By Ann George and Buzz Mattelin

MAtnb17 Bavarian Session Lagers

Bavarian Session Lagers: A New Twist on Classic Styles

If you’re looking for inspiration for session ales and lagers, look no further than Bavaria. It is within this drinking culture that we find the world’s most enduring quaffing beers.

By Horst Dornbusch

MAtnb17 CBC Preview

Craft Beer in Blossom: Washington, D.C. Hosts CBC

If you haven’t been to Washington, D.C. since the city hosted the Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America®

By Greg Kitsock


Jill Redding

This issue also includes all of our informative departments, plus brewery-generated news about the craft brewing community in the Brewery Updates, Distribution News, and Beer Releases sections; and new products and services from the allied trade in our Industry Supplier News department. In our back page interview, we highlight Heather Sanborn of Rising Tide Brewing Co., who was elected to the Maine House of Representatives in 2016.

Cheers, and we hope you enjoy this issue of The New Brewer.

  • Jill Redding
  • Editor-in-Chief
  • The New Brewer