Sustainable Beer – Innovations & Progress

With studies showing 59% of beer consumers are willing to pay more for a sustainably produced beer, improving sustainability of beer is good for the environment and good for business. 

Here’s a quick summary of where emissions are incurred through the grain-to-glass journey of beer.  As you can see KegLink empowers brewers to improve sustainability through the critical ‘last leg’ of beer production from brewery-to-glass.

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References
“Willingness-to-pay for sustainable beer” Sanya Carley & Lilian Yahng, PLoS One 13(10): e0204917, October 5, 2018
“The relationship between downstream environmental logistics practices and performance” Stephanie Graham, Byron Graham & Diane Holt, International Journal of Production Economics, 13 December 2017

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