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Distilleries and breweries in Kentucky are faced with many environmental challenges and opportunities, ranging from air quality and water conservation...

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Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative on June 20, 2012
One of the challenges discussed at the inaugural sustainability summit was the lack of information on disitllery websites concerning your environmentally, beneficial projects. 360 Vodka’s website has an entire “Think Green” section on their website. This serves as a good example of what kind of information you could include on your websites to showcase your sustainability successes.
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative on June 20, 2012
One of the challenges discussed at the inaugural sustainability summit was the lack of information on disitllery websites concerning your environmentally, beneficial projects. 360 Vodka’s website has an entire “Think Green” section on their website. This serves as a good example of what kind of information you could include on your websites to showcase your sustainability successes.
Eric Ringo
in Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative on June 12, 2012
I have many sustainability ideas. I am too busy expanding to implement. Many of the ideas are not new. I worked on the Commonwealth of KY CEMCS project since it's inception. It trsacks energy use in KY owned buildings. Check out this link: http://kyenergydashboard.ky.gov/ It may provide a model for Distilleries. We need to identify the metrics.
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative on June 11, 2012
Whisky wastewater powers Scottish distillery
By Kirsten Korosec | October 4, 2011, 10:34 AM PDT
William Grant & Sons — makers of the single malt libation Glenfiddich — will power one of its Scottish distilleries using an abundant, homegrown product: whisky wastewater (not be confused with the whiskey wastewater you might find in the U.S. or Ireland).
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Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative on May 18, 2012
In August, the Oak Park Micro Brew Review will take place in Oak Park, IL. This is considered the Midwest's largest zero waste craft beer festival. Check out what they're doing to support local breweries while keeping the event environmentally-friendly!
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative on May 3, 2012
Report shows that alcohol makers set fewer sustainability goals. Check out the report here and see how you compare!
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative
Kentucky Sustainable Spirits Initiative on May 3, 2012
Did you know that local craft brewery West Sixth is located on a Brownfield and is driving the local foods and community redevelopment movement in the area.