Sustainability scheme: BrewDog has announced it plans to become carbon negative

BrewDog is now ‘carbon negative’

By Nikkie Thatcher

Scottish brewer and operator BrewDog has announced it takes twice as much carbon out of the air as it emits in a bid to become the “world’s first carbon negative international beer business”.

Attention: Ryan Fritsch outlines his plans for BBG's future

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From bombs to beer – AB InBev’s new UK head of on-trade talks pubs

By Nicholas Robinson

Yes that’s right, from bombs to beer. As it turns out, Budweiser Brewing Group’s (BBG) recently appointed on-trade sales director for the UK and Ireland Ryan Fritsch has an extensive background in bomb defusal, a skill he’s hopefully unlikely to need...

Committed AF: “at BrewDog, we are on a mission to prove that alcohol-free does not equate to taste-free,

In association with BrewDog

Why draught alcohol-free beer is a winner

By Stuart Stone

Alcohol-free beer has long been the preserve of the fridge, but new brewing techniques and a 'punk' focus could see that change as BrewDog looks to put its stink on the sprouting category.

How has lockdown affected consumer behaviour?

In association with Molson Coors

Understanding consumers to rebuild your business

By MA editorial

The re-opening of pubs, bars and restaurants has been long awaited, with enforced closures of 15 or more weeks being something that is truly unprecedented for the industry.

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