The BeerTrim nozzle is a simple, waste-saving device designed to improve tap performance and bar efficiency. A patented gadget that retrofits onto any beer pipe or tap, BeerTrim uses laminar flow to ensure a smooth and stable flow of beer from the tap with minimal foaming and fobbing.
The key aim of this project was to process returned beer into environmentally sustainable products. We committed to taking back unsold, out-of-date kegs of beer from our customers: more than 28 million pints of beer from Ireland and around the world.
Estrella Damm is the first Spanish beer brand to eliminate plastic rings and printed plastic shrink wrap from its packaging. The packs of beer cans are now packaged using 100% biodegradable cardboard from sustainably managed forests.
Royal Grolsch is one step closer to its goal of being CO2 neutral by 2025. Despite the pandemic, the Dutch Enschede-based brewer achieved good results in the field of sustainability and corporate responsibility in 2020.
In preparation of the reopening of the HORECA in the Benelux & France, Dolium have prepared its keg collection program, developed local dismantling, and realized solutions for 100% reuse of the materials together with recycling partners. All at no cost for customers.
From barley to bar: AB InBev trials blockchain with farmers to bring supply chain transparency all the way to beer drinkers
AB InBev, the world’s leading brewer, has launched a new pilot in Europe that will use blockchain technology to give full transparency and traceability in its supply chain of barley, from consumer back to the farm.
The innovative OxySteam process can reduce losses from boilers by up to 95%
GreenKayak is an environmental NGO that engages volunteers in the fight against environmental pollution while kayaking. We have proudly sponsored a fleets in three countries since 2018.
The Brussels Beer Project brewed the world's first beer from unsold bread in 2015, called Babylone. Now it has closed the loop, by brewing a beer from unsold fresh bread and making bread with spent grains from brewing. Over 10 tons of bread is recycled per year.
Iconic beer brands now plastic-ring free, eliminating 250 tonnes of plastic every year across from the canned beer range, including Budweiser, Bud Light and Stella Artois.
Heineken's popular Hungarian brand, Soproni, has taken one step closer to Brewing A Better World, the company's sustainability strategy, with the local sourcing of ingredients at its core. Barley, sour cherry, elderflower and, as the latest addition, hops are now all locally sourced in Hungary.
HEINEKEN is working with one of its fridge manufacturers in Mexico to collect more than 7,300 used fridges from the market. This means that 99.8% of the components of old fridges can now be reused, remanufactured or recycled.
In the last 5 years Bulgarian brewers have increasingly adopted sustainable brewing practices investing around 30 million EUR in innovative green solutions for improving the eco print of the brewing industry.
Each year when the music stops a lot of waste is left behind.
This report contains pledges by the Spanish Brewing Sector, quantifying the main indicators at the time of publication and setting targets for 2025.
The short chain: valorising by-products in order to avoid food losses
At Roskilde Festival in 2019, Tuborg replaced over 1 million one-way plastic cups with sustainable cups that can be used up to 25 times, complete with collection and washing for re-use.
Carlsberg Group is developing the world’s first fully biodegradable wood-fiber bottle for beverages