Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. is committed to the preservation of healthy waterways, like the Shenandoah River.
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Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
Since 2009, California-based Sierra Nevada Brewing has donated more than $400,000 nationwide to preserve vital waterways for recreation, wildlife, and wilderness through its Wild Rivers campaign. The brewery recently announced that, for the second year in a row, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation has been selected as one of the conservation organizations supported by this campaign. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every 12-pack of Sierra Nevada beer purchased from June 1 through July 15, 2013, has helped preserve vital waterways across the country.
With a longstanding commitment to sound environmental stewardship, Sierra Nevada has become a role model through its pioneering leadership in sustainability. They learned early the importance of reusing materials, conserving energy, and reducing waste. And, for three decades, the brewery has been following that philosophy—using state-of-the-art techniques and equipment to make the brewing process more efficient and minimizing their impact on the planet.
"Clean water is not only essential to our brew process, but more importantly, to our local community and region," says Andrew Davis, Digital Manager for Sierra Nevada. "We strive to use this valuable resource as efficiently as possible. As such, we are pleased to support the clean water efforts of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation with our Wild Rivers campaign."
Learn more about Sierra Nevada Brewing Company's Wild Rivers project at sierranevada.com/wildrivers.