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Sam Calagione and Mario Batali will soon create a beer out of discarded food for the popular high-end Italian restaurant and retailer Eataly.
24 breweries in a partnership with Ceres have signed a declaration urging the industry to take greater action on climate change-related risks.
A leading brand of beer in Brazil, Skol, found itself in controversy after a poorly thought-out advertising campaign came across as condoning rape.
In Oregon, Clean Water Services wants to turn recycled water into beer and is petitioning the state government to allow it to move forward with a pilot.
The NRDC so far has signed up almost two dozen craft beer breweries to ensure local water supplies across the country remain clean.
SABMiller, the global beer giant, is part of Africa's emerging and roaring economic machine.
Just about all of us love beer and chocolate chip cookies, so why not combine the two for a fun DIY baking project?
In its most recent CSR report, Heineken USA announced achievements on community work as well as the environment. The green bottle is going LEED Gold.
I explain in my latest article on Guardian Sustainable Business how medium sized cities like Columbus and Milwaukee offer a host of advantages over the usual green business suspects of New York, Seattle and San Francisco.
Lakefront Brewery recently started serving "Wisconsinite," what it describes as the first truly “local” beer in the U.S.
Last week Anheuser-Busch InBev released its 2011 corporate social responsibility report, which focuses on waste diversion and water stewardship.
One of Missoula’s best features is its vibrant coffee scene. And this western Montana's downtown is full of great cafes. Liquid Planet and The Break Espresso are the start. And don't forget the beer.
In 2009, Anheuser-Busch InBev announced a set of ambitious global environmental goals that underpin the company's growth and performance. Water stewardship is a high priority.
Last month in Mozambique, a local SABMiller subsidiary, Cervejas de Moçambique, launched the first ever commercial scale beer based on cassava.
While the Milwaukee's thriving microbrewery scene has had a role in putting Milwaukee on the maps to which it absolutely belongs, the city’s past need not be forgotten.