Craft brewers cut down carbon dioxide pollution during COVID-19

Jul 7, 2020
Capturing carbon is expensive, so most brewers usually just release the gas into the atmosphere. That's changing during the pandemic.
One thing that’s driving breweries to capture their own carbon dioxide is that right now some suppliers don’t want to bother with low-volume customers.
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Retail beer sales are up but that's not cutting it for many craft breweries

May 27, 2020
Smaller brewers often don't have enough of a retail presence to offset loss of sales in bars and restaurants.
A brewery in Washington, D.C. seen in 2019. One brewery owner said about 40% of his brewery’s revenue comes from selling kegs to bars and restaurants.
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Employee stock ownership plans may perk up productivity

Dec 10, 2018
Nearly 7,000 businesses in the U.S. have employee stock ownership plans or ESOPs.
Great Lakes Brewing in Cleveland, Ohio recently decided to give employees stock in the company.
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How companies are helping with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Aug 30, 2017
From distributing supplies to coordinating volunteers, a look at how companies are helping with relief efforts on the ground.
A can of water from the Anheuser-Busch company.
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