The Independent Brewers Association (IBA) has announced it will launch a new sustainability benchmarking tool on Thursday 2nd December.
Breweries are resource-intensive but that doesn’t mean they can’t be sustainable according to Helios Brewing founder Scott Shomer following a major award win for the brewery.
Young Henrys made international headlines for its algae project, and now the team is hoping to help combat methane emissions in the farming industry with phase two.
After becoming a signatory to the UN Global Compact in 2020, Hop Products Australia has now published its inaugural sustainability report.
Taproom licence, sustainability and capacity expansion projects on the cards for WA’s Rocky Ridge Brewing Co. which is aiming for 3 million litres.
Container suppliers like O-I, Orora, Petainer and Konvoy are juggling logistics, carbon footprint and recyclability concerns as they look to create a more sustainable industry.
Melbourne’s Burnley Brewing and beer brand A Local Beer have teamed up for a beer made from surplus bread and locally-sourced fruit.
New South Wales startup SwitcH2 is bringing to market technology which it says will allow breweries to turn their wastewater into fuel.
Unleashed Software uses its data to identify the biggest trends that will influence breweries in 2020 and help brewers prepare and profit from them.
Getting sustainability right is difficult. Stone & Wood’s James Perrin and Envirobank’s Chris Chamberlain discuss the issues with recycling, including the ongoing battle over cans vs bottles.