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Beer Goes Green: Eco-Friendly Efforts by Breweries

Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day this Monday, Draught Lines wanted to highlight a few breweries doing their part to make the world a better place. Cheers to Mother Earth and those who “brew green”!

Peak Brewing – Organic Ingredients 

“Our mission is to source the finest ingredients to brew the best beer.” This is what Peak Brewing has always been about. The brewery, which is passionate about supporting sustainable farming, gets all their hops, barley and wheat from farmers in the Northeast. Check out their “Farm Feature” to learn more about the impact of organic brewing!

Guinness – Losing the Plastic

Guinness recently announced that they are ditching plastic! By 2020 the Irish brewery will be using 100% recyclable and biodegradable cardboard for all packaging of their products, getting rid of all plastic rings and shrink wrap.

Cape May Brewing Co. – Twin Fin Sour IPA

Cape May Brewing Co. has teamed up with Iron Hill Brewery and Surfrider Foundation South Jersey to create their latest release, Twin Fin Sour IPA. The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans and beaches. Cape May Brewing Co. will be donating $1 for every pint and 4-pack of Twin Fin purchased this weekend to the foundation! Twin Fin is a kettle-soured, session, New England IPA with flavors of lemon and tropical fruits. This beer is tremendously juicy and citrusy with lots of pineapple notes.

On top of this, the company will be cleaning up New Jersey’s Higbee Beach and they would love your help! Join them in their efforts and head to the brewery afterwards for some Twin Fin! Sign up here.


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