6 ways to Green Your Beer
Whether you favor ale over lager or Belgian over Boston-brewed, "greening" this classic beverage can be an easy—and tasty—effort.
National breweries and regional microbreweries alike produce beer that's crafted from organically grown ingredients, which tread lightly on the environment and don't sacrifice on taste.
Drinking regionally brewed beer not only supports your local economy, it also shrinks the carbon footprints created by cross-country truck transport.
Home brewing can be an enjoyable hobby—and one that allows you to drink beer crafted from exclusively organic ingredients and cuts back on the excessive packaging associated with store-bought beers.
Recycling your empties is a crucial step in becoming an eco-friendly imbiber.
Opting for the six-pack with the least packaging is a great way to reduce waste.
If feeling eco-guilt about the outrageous number of six-packs you consume, supporting bottle bill legislation can improve recycling rates in your state. Find out how...