The Canadian born, American legend, Neil Young has carried us through the years. With a “Heart of Gold,” the artist was inducted into the Hall of Fame twice, once during his time in Buffalo Springfield and again as a solo artist. Singing songs for a better world, Young shares a clear message in perfect harmony. The flower-child has yet to put his guitar and voice to rest, today marks the release date of his newest album, “Monsanto Years.” Neil Young and Promise of the Real have filled an album with earth-loving messages to kick the summer off to be an environmentally mindful one. And on that note, here are a few brewing companies with moral values so you can throw their brews back this summer with a clear conscience…
Odell Brewing Company makes great efforts to reduce their impact on the environment. The company conserves water and energy by using innovative technology including solar and wind power to brew their beer.
New Belgium Brewing Company is a huge advocator for a sustainable world using its voice to raise awareness. Working with causes like the Wetlands Initiative and its own Environmental Stewardship Grant program, picking up a six-pack of their well-known Fat Tire amber ale is basically like making a charitable donation.
Sierra Nevada built their company on the words “reduce, reuse, recycle.” With efforts to recover and recycle C02 production, practice water conservation, and more, it’s a reliably good source for your afternoon brew.