No ice? No fridge? No problem. TurboCool means you’ll never crack open a warm can again.
There’s talk of opening up some areas of Germany to fracking, but beer makers are opposed: “The water has to be pure.”
Billed as the first “interactive” beer bottle, the Heineken Ignite is a study in new technologies and collaborative design.
Alaskan Brewing Co. continues a tradition of green innovation with a new boiler that runs on spent grains produced in the brewing process.
Vivant Brewery in Grand Rapids, Mich. — which features beer in recycled aluminum cans — has claimed the title of the USA’s first LEED certified microbrewery.
Why waste your money on an outdoor mini-fridge or tons of ice for the cooler, when you could try this simple DIY solution instead?
New Belgium Brewing adds an electric vehicle fleet of two Nissan Leafs to its green repertoire, which already included a 200-kilowatt solar array.
Thanks to a new solar thermal system featuring thermal tubes and a large water tank, Hale’s Ales of Seattle will cut the carbon footprint of its beers.
Atlanta craft brewer SweetWater is expanding to meet growing demand, and a hefty Solyndra solar panel system will help power its operations.
Big Al’s Brewing in White Center, Washington, has turned to a solar thermal system to heat the water it uses in its brewing process, saving lots of natural gas.