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Source: Sierra Nevada Brewing Company

How Sierra Nevada Brews Organic, Eco-Friendly Beer In The US


Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. (SNBC) was born in the 70’s when Ken Grossman took his passion for beer and opened a home-brew shop in Chico, California. The company’s name was inspired by Grossman’s favorite nearby hiking trails in the mountains and rapidly continued to grow in popularity over the decades. SNBC became a trailblazer in both the beer industry and sustainable movement. In 2005, the company was given the Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award for Sustainable Practices and was later honored with the Zero Waste Achievement Award in 2008.  

So what makes this brewery so environmentally responsible? Pretty much everything they do is eco-friendly. They avoid genetically modified barley and uses hops created by traditional methods. In fact, their Estate Homegrown IPA is certified organic beer grown right at their facility in Chico. The company takes their sustainable farming practices to the next level by fertilizing their gardens with organic compost created with their own by product. This closed loop practice allows them to use the produce and herbs from those gardens in their two brewery restaurants.